Functional Vocational Training and Research Society

Training of Trainers in Life skill

Functional Vocational Training and Research Society has been implementing skill training for the school dropout youth since 1993. In the course of time FVTRS realized the need of providing appropriate life skills to these youth along with the technical skills for overall development of the youth.

"Life skills" are understood as “psychosocial abilities for adaptive and positive behaviorso that human beings make use of their three unique human faculties of thinking, decision making and purposeful association prudently and proactively to enhance the quality of their life with due respect to other human beings.”

They are a set of human skills acquired via teaching or direct experience that are used to handle problems and questions commonly encountered in daily human life. The life skills will help persons for their well-being and assist individuals to develop into active and productive members of their communities.

The life skills shape the behavior of the person. Behaviour is the sum total of the thinking process and consequent decision making that happens in a person. This thinking and decision making is highly influenced by the values and perspectives which in turn is the formulation of ones experience of the social reality. Therefore life skill development has relation with value orientation.

To cope with the increasing pace and change of modern life in the society all need to refine and redefine the life skills periodically otherwise it can lead into stress, frustration, confusion and conflict.

Life skill Club

‘Life Skill Club’ is a team of resourceful persons spread across the country who can provide quality training in Life Skill development. This is an initiative of FVTRS.

We are conducting periodic trainings to personnel  who are interested to become Master Trainers on Life Skills.

Our Life training modules help the trainers to develop their own pedagogy in facilitating the life skill sessions. Through this the master trainers can understand and facilitate their audience effectively.

Course Content

Phase One (4-days )

Phase Two (4- days )

Phase Three (4-days)

  • Introduction to life skill
  • Personal skills
  • Interpersonal skills


  • Intellectual Skills


 Training Methodology

  • The training methodology consists of discussion, group work, individual work, simulation games and mock sessions. Each trainee is helped individually to develop theirskills and methods.
  • The entire training is conducted in three phases in four days each.
  • All teaching, presentation and reference material are in English or Hindi. 

Trainee will be awarded with a course certificate on completion of the third phase.

Learning Out come

  • By completing the training, participants will be able to conduct Life Skill training independently.
  • You will be a certified and recognised Life Skill master trainer
  • Will be a member of Life Skill Club

Who can participate?

  • Professionals working with children, students, youth, workers and other interested individuals and institutions.
  • People between the age group of 20 to 50 years.  
  • People with fair understanding of English or Hindi and fair knowledge of MS office and internet.

Participants Contribution:
Rs.7,500/- per person which include food, accommodation and training material for all three phases of 12 days.

Training Venue

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 For further details Contact:

Programme Officer
FVTRS, No.86 3rd Cross, BDS Layout,
RK Hedge Nagar, Bangalore – 560 077.
Cell No. 09844951100




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