Kids Life Coach Free Introductory Training - Johannesburg
Saturday, 18 October 2014 from 09:30 to 16:30 (CVT)
Johannesburg, South Africa
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In a world, which seems to be going crazy, we are seeing more and more problems in children and teenagers than ever before. There is no doubt that children now, more than ever are needing mentorship and guidance.
Join South African Child Behaviour & Motivation expert, Zelna Lauwrens for her free Kids Life Coach Training at Kings College in London. Zelna has trained Kids Life Coaches throughout Africa and her Kids Life Coach training is aimed at empowering people passionate about children to learn the skills and techniques for coaching young people to develop a positive cycle of success in their life. Zelna’s mission is to educate, motivate and inspire children to move past their labels and to become leaders in their own right.
Her experience spans over two decades as Teacher, Counsellor, Self Development Specialist, Motivational Product Developer, Life Skills Trainer, Kids Life Coach, Psychology Lecturer, Behavioural Consultant, Author and Inspirational Speaker.
Introductory Kids Life Coach Training Content:
The Psychology of Child Behaviour
Exploring Childhood Challenges
The impact of labelling
Moulding Toddlers to Teens for Life
Receive a Kids Life Coach Introductory Training Certificate of Completion after attendance.
This training is aimed at parents, teachers, social workers, therapists, youth workers, coaches, university students, nannies, Au Pairs and all those with an interest in mentoring children.
When & Where
The Kids Life Studio Founder - Zelna Lauwrens
The Kids Life Studio was Founded in South Africa in 2008 by Zelna Lauwrens, an expert in the field of Child Behaviour and Motivation.
Zelna has worked with children internationally and she is passionate about empowering children to learn the skills and techniques for developing a positive cycle of success in their life. Her mission is to educate, motivate and inspire children to move past their label and to become leaders in their own right.