Azimuth, a digital content creation company that provides e-Learning products, services and e-Learning solutions, announced the launch of its Life Skills course on ‘Teenage Challenges’. This course is one more addition to the Azimuth Life Skills course series that is aimed at developing the personality of school students.
Azimuth’s ‘Teenage Challenges’ course teaches high school students how to identify, understand and resolve the challenges of the teenage phase; development, conflicts, relationship with family and friends, peers and peer pressure, crisis, bad practices, anger management, hygiene concerns and eating disorders.
Terry Leger, CMD and CEO, Azimuth said, “There is a significant reform happening in the school education with the introduction of Life Skills based education. We are proud to contribute to this enrichment by developing Life Skills courses that have very practical takeaways for the students. Our e-Learning courses are based on the school student’s daily life. Azimuth’s Life Skills courses will indeed improve the personality, perception and quality of lives of school students.”
“We are also customizing and localizing our Life Skills content for specific regions as the life styles and daily life practices can differ from place to place. Azimuth collaborates with government and non-government agencies to distribute its Life Skills courses to the public,” adds Anand, Vice President, Azimuth. Azimuth’sLife Skills series include Health and Hygiene, Diet and Nutrition, Traffic Rules and Road Sense, Managing Exam Stress and Environmental Friendliness.