The Dale Carnegie Course for Teens
At Dale Carnegie Training®, we call them "skills that will last a lifetime." The course content focuses on five key areas that are critical for future success:
Enhancing Communication Skills
Interpersonal Skill Development
Teamwork and Leadership Skills
Effective Attitude Management
The teen program curriculum was developed with feedback from students. It consists of either eight or twelve 3 1/2 hour sessions, highly interactive sessions that include real-life scenarios and role-playing.
Today, the world is more complex, competitive and demanding than ever before. Young people often need to balance school, work and relationships while at the same time, working and planning for their future. Generation.Next can help teens become more confident and better able to cope with the pressure and stress adolescents face.
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Thursday, June 08, 2017
05:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Tuesdays/Thursdays for Six Weeks
Grand Rapids, MI
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
06:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesdays for Eight Weeks
Who Should Attend
Young people looking to improve the skills they need to reach their goals and live up to their full potential.
Apply a proven process to recall names and facts
Utilize a proven process to strengthen relationships
Use your experiences to communicate more confidently
Persuasively communicate in a way so people are moved to action
Become more animated to energize and engage listeners
Communicate clearly and concisely Create an “all-win” environment
Give positive feedback on the strengths in others
Deal with challenging interpersonal situations more effectively
Use flexibility to create positive change Increase your ability to manage worry and stress
4.2 CEUs - 12 week
2.8 CEUs - 8 week
Dale Carnegie Training is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training, Inc. (ACCET). ACCET authorizes Dale Carnegie Training to award Continuing Education Units (CEU's) to qualified graduates.
At completion of this course, qualified graduates are issued 4.2 CEU's.
The American Council on Education (ACE), through its Program on Non-collegiate Sponsored Instruction, recommends Dale Carnegie Training graduates be granted college transfer credit by American colleges and universities. ACE includes Dale Carnegie Training and its accrediting agency (ACCET) in its directory of Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education (AIPE). The AIPE directory is used by many corporations as a reference in determining eligibility for corporate tuition support.
ACE recommends three semester credit hours in Oral Communications in the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category for qualified graduates of this course.