Life Skills for Schools

Life Skills for Schools

About Life Skills for Schools

Aware Life Skills for Schools is a free educational programme offered to students aged 15-18, designed to help young people learn new ways to deal with challenges in life. The programme uses an approach based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which focuses on thinking and behaviour.

The programme contains eight modules delivered over four weeks in 75 minute sessions. This gives students time to reflect on the key learning point each week and time to experiment with the ‘new ways of thinking’ presented. The weekly schedule also allows time for students to raise any questions they might have with their programme instructor.

This programme will help students to:

How to request the ‘Life Skills for Schools’ programme?

If you are a teacher of senior cycle students and would like to request this free programme please click below.


1800 80 48 48

Available Monday to Sunday from 10am - 10pm.

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