Developing a child’s culture of communication
Communication culture includes various types of behavioural skills. There are different languages of communication culture such as business protocol, conversational culture for a family, and professional and also national communication characteristics. Various communication forms have, in general, much in common. A well-taught child will know communication standards like the back of their hand. To attain this, the child has to learn 20 types of targeted behaviour. A high level of communication culture will appeal to those around him/her.
How should you bring up your children?
Communication skills are usually developed slowly. Children copy the behaviour of their parents, groupmates, teachers, film characters, etc. This is often spontaneous learning, and such communication skills do not often reflect a high level of culture. At the same time, it is not difficult to teach a child the rules of cultured communication with those around. In the process of motivational teaching, good communication skills are formed within 24 hours of our classes.
Online School. Online Training
Enhanced communication training is held remotely, online, so no matter where you live, you can also access it. You will not have to travel to the Centres, you just need to get connect to the website. We have developed programs for individual sessions with a tutor as well as group training online. To illustrate the high quality of teaching, a test system for the assessment of students’ behavioural skills before and after the sessions has been developed. As a result, trust-based relations are formed between teachers and parents. The parents can see at any moment what their child is being taught and how his/her behaviour is changing.
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