Thanks to Gillev, the Life Skills Network had the time and the data
to put together the courses under the heading:
TRANSITION FROM EDUCATION INTO THE WORKPLACE
Link to why they supported us, and the philosophy behind the development of these courses.
Ashley Chilcott, Student at Sheffield University
It is thoughtful inputs like this that makes the courses what they are: hopefully everyone else will find them to be just as much of an empowering input as Ashley did.
PARENTING 2.0 - an early supporter of the LSN
This was the international organisation which invited Sreela Banerjee of the Life Skills Network to speak on two occasions - in 2014 on the 'Self care panel' at their international conference, and in 2016 as the lead of their 'Respect for Self and Others' panel.
If you want to know what these panels are, do visit their site - their Life Skills Report Card advocates that these qualities and attributes should stand as equal measures of achievement alongside academic results. Here is a link to the report card in question - ready for download.