Life Skills Classes

LifeSkillsCourse gives you access to our completely online, self-study and self-paced life skills classes. Choose between courses with duration from 1 up to 52 hours and get your certificate of completion at no additional cost.

Life skills classes are usually required by a court, probation or parole officer, judge, state or another organization.
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Why Should You Choose Us?
  • Completely online
  • Self-paced, self-study
  • Access from any device
  • Developed by experts
  • No presence required
  • Free certificate of completion
  • Free letter of enrollment
  • Developed by NCCB instructor
  • Accepted in all states
  • Classes from 4 up-to 52 hours

Lowest Price Guaranteed

  • No hidden costs
  • Courses starting from $24.99

If you find another provider with a cheaper course with the same hourly/weekly specifications, you will pay only 50% of the competitor's price.

Free Letter of Enrollment, Free Certificate of Completion, and no additional costs for workbooks or any other material.

Guaranteed Acceptance

  • 100% money-back guarantee
  • Full refund available

LifeSkillsCourse will refund your money if the court/employer doesn't accept your letter of enrollment or certificate of completion.

Learn more about the other guarantees provided by LifeSkillsCourse.

Nationally Recognized

  • Accepted by courts and employers
  • Accepted in all states

Our online life skills course is developed to meet the requirements of courts, law enforcement and legal representatives. Your Certificate of Completion will be accepted by any entity which allows distance learning.

Check whether your certificate of completion will be accepted by you state/county.

Check whether this life skills course will be accepted in your state

The online life skills class provided by LifeSkillsCourse is a completely distant learning, educational program which aims to provide the participants with useful knowledge about developing and improving life skills. You may be required to take part in such a life skills course by a judge, a court, a parole or probation officer, a legal representative, an employer or another entity within the country. Although our training is designed to meet the national and state requirements, we kindly advise our participants to check whether the certificate of completion is accepted in their state.

See What Our Clients Say About Us

I enrolled in the 4-hour cognitive decision making class and completed the education process the same day. I am glad I received my certificate by email, so I immediately forwarded it to my lawyer.

~ N. D.
This life skills program is a great decision for individuals who seek for future professional development. I referred many of my clients to LifeSkillsCourse.org and I observe significant results.

~ S. L.
This life skills training’s content is extremely useful for anyone who feels the need to adjust their watch. Participated in the most thorough course - 16 hour and I discovered some new things about myself. Thank you!

~ F. M.
I enrolled in this life skills course alongside my sister and while my certificate of completion was accepted by the judge, hers was approved by her employer. Thank you for the opportunity.

~ K. T.

Life Skills

Do you remember what we were taught in school? Algebra? Shakespeare? Chemistry? Basketball? The fact is that this knowledge enriches our common culture and is extremely important in the life of every person, but among it do not stand out any real life skills. But don't despair - there is still a lot of time to learn.

Simply put, life skills are the skills that allow us to live a full and happy life. Without good life skills, you have a high chance of encountering disappointments and failures, constantly wondering why things don't work out.

A study that followed 8,000 people for 11 years found that individuals with good life skills were healthier, happier and richer. Those without such, on the other hand, develop a greater tendency to depression and isolation, and they usually live more unhealthy.

If we ask passers-by who they consider to be the most important life skills, they will certainly list many, but they will all be directly related to three main aspects: social relationships, development and good use of cognitive abilities and coping with emotions.

There are several skills related to these three aspects that are present in virtually everything, whether it comes to work, school, family, friends or a partner. Of all the life skills proposals, the starting point is the list of 10 life skills documented by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1999.

What are life skills?

The world is a diverse place, made up of nearly 7 billion people, each with their own unique personality, characteristics and abilities. There is no one equal to another, but in this diversity we must all have developed specific abilities in order to prosper in life. These life skills are what allow us to survive and cope with the social, physical and emotional demands that our existence places on us.

There are several skills that we could consider basic for life, and even each could have its own list of what they are. Most would agree that it is important to have good relationships with others, to recognize and manage our emotions, to accept ourselves as we are, and to know how to make the right decisions. They would also emphasize that it is very important to understand others without making hasty judgments about who they are and to state emphatically and kindly what our views are.

But of all the lists of life skills, we can mention the most important is the one proposed in 1999 by the World Health Organization (WHO), an organization that lists the 10 most important life skills or HPV, defining them as necessary skills so that we can behave adequately and positively, which allows us to effectively deal with the requirements and challenges of everyday life.

Initially, these 10 vital skills were proposed to prevent problems directly related to public health, including the use of drugs such as alcohol, tobacco and cannabis at an early age. They were also aimed at avoiding high-risk behavior among the population, improving the health habits of the population, preventing discrimination, promoting self-esteem and positive social relationships, and improving academic performance, considered important not only in health but also in cognitive and social aspect.

According to the WHO, there are ten most important life skills, the first four being social skills, cognitive skills 5 to 8 and the last two skills for controlling emotions.

Life skills class and its importance

LifeSkillsCourse's main goal is to help its customers and anyone who has expressed a desire to grow and improve, to rediscover themselves. To this end, we bring to your attention access to our life skills class. It is entirely educational, and its content is useful even for those who are successful and confident not only in personal, but also in their professional life.

Our life skills course will pay special attention to the 10 life skills formulated by the WHO, which we mentioned in the previous lines; will give you extremely useful information illustrated with examples of how your constructive behavior can climb you up any ladder and how it can destroy everything you have ever built; will give you a number of useful tips and lessons suitable for every age group; last but not least, by completing the life skills program, you receive an instant, free certificate of completion.

Life Skills Certificate of Completion

You may be required to provide a certificate of completion by a court, a judge, a parole or probation officer, a legal representative, an employer, a family member or any other organization and entity in the United States. In fact, the certificate of completion is once available to be printed and is sent to your email address as soon as you finish the education. By its nature, it is an official document which certifies that you have successfully completed a life skills program.

This certificate of completion will be extremely useful in a number of cases among which stand out:

10 reasons to enroll in our life skills training

  1. LifeSkillsCourse's training is developed and designed by a certified specialist. The content is meaningful and encompasses various fields of knowledge. Among the topics included stand out the personal responsibility, decision making, problem solving, relationships, stress management, etc.
  2. We provide life skills programs with different duration from 1 up to 52 hours. While our most brief class is the 1-hour and aims to provide you with basic information about the life management skills, our most thorough is the 52-hour life skills class.
  3. In case you are required to enroll in a weekly life skills training, you are at the right place as well. We offer courses by week. For instance, some of our most wanted programs are the 12-week, 24-week and 30-week life skills classes.
  4. We are proud of the fact that our prices are absolutely competitive. Not only does our training start from $24.99, but also we provide the lowest price guarantee as well.
  5. Our online life skills class is completely distant learning. You do not need to attend any classes and no physical presence is required.
  6. Set the pace. Your progress will be saved anytime you decide to abandon the lessons for a while.
  7. No tests. You will not be required to pass neither tests, nor exams in order to complete the course.
  8. You get a letter of enrollment for free. Once your payment is successfully processed, you will be able to download your letter (proof) of enrollment. In many cases, the organization or entity which requires you to enroll in a life skills program, needs you to provide them with such a document.
  9. Get your free, instant certificate of completion once you finish your training. While many competitors charge you additionally, our certificate is included in the course price. No further fees apply.
  10. Our online life skills course is your first step towards change. Enroll today and open many doors for both your personal and professional life!

Is this the life skills course I have to take?

LifeSkillsCourse gives you access to a completely online, self-paced and self-study life skills training. We invite you to enroll in our program whether the court, judge, probation/parole officer, legal representative or employer required you to complete some of the following classes:

The life skills training may be found under different names. Different states, institutions and entities use different names of the program. Yet, in order to assure yourself whether this is the right course for you, please feel free to contact us. We will be glad to assist you in making the first steps towards change.

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