your child's confidence and communication skills

Shy To Confident In 8 Days

Our Core Belief: Fun not only enhances learning; but deepens understanding of concepts. Hence, every course we offer is interactive, engaging and fun.

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    Do you experience this with your Child or Teenager?

    Shyness /

    Is your child's shyness negatively impacting them?

    Social Anxiety

    Is your child unable to interact with their peers?

    Unwilling To

    Does your child refuse to engage with others?

    Refuse To Ask

    Is your child too afraid to raise their hand in class?

    How Can We Help?

    One On One Coaching Sessions

    Group Classes Online

    Pre-College Coaching

    Writing Skills

    Vocabulary Building

    Personality Development

    Why Choose The Confident Communicator?

    Our programs create a fun, engaging and safe environment for all our students to learn and practice essential life skills like confidence and communication Students and their parents are connected to TCC not just during courses – but long after – and seek help during competitions, school elections and even college admissions. That is the TCC difference – once a student - always a student!

    How Our Programs work

    All our sessions are INTERACTIVE.

    Learn to be more organised and focussed

    They learn to let go of their fear of public speaking while having FUN.

    Team Building Activities as part of the Leadership Communication Course

    Activities designed to encourage taking leadership and responsibility

    Learning Outcomes

    • Kids learn to set goals and accomplish them despite obstacles
    • They become adept at speaking confidently in front of an audience
    • They learn the importance of networking to success

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Soft skills are often referred to as “people skills” or “non-cognitive skills” – essentially, the skills that are difficult to directly measure and the ones you can’t necessarily teach out of a book. These social skills for kids are vital for growth, development, and future employment opportunities. 90% of employers say they would train for the hard skills as long as candidates can communicate effectively and work in teams – the 2 top skills desired by employers.

    A soft skill is a personal attribute that supports situational awareness and enhances an individual’s ability to get a job done. The term soft skills is often used as a synonym for people skills or emotional intelligence. At TCC, we define Soft Skills as a combination of communication, confidence, resilience, empathy, teamwork, leadership and all of the human skills one would require in order to be a successful, fulfilled and capable adult.

    Children learn to be afraid of something they don’t know. They need to learn to communicate effectively both in writing and person, to think quickly on their feet, to be able to share their views without fear of rejection, to handle failure as a part of the journey, to be kind and empathetic and to work collaboratively with others. If they haven’t been introduced to these skills early in life, they will have a difficult time settling down in a workplace where these skills are crucial.

    Even a career in sports requires mental strength to deal with their team, the coach, the pressure from others, and resilience over and above being good at the skill of the sport itself. Every career and professional choice your child makes, will require soft skills.

    1. Adaptability: Adaptability reflects how quickly you respond to change and how easily you can master new skills.

    2. Communication: An effective communicator expresses their thoughts clearly and engages productively with others. Communication is a two-way process: so, they’ll also have to be good listeners, understand instructions, and carry them out accurately.

    3. Critical thinking: relies on your ability to draw on experience, gather information, and ask relevant questions to form the necessary judgements to come up with the best possible solution.

    4. Time Management: Employers rated this as the most difficult skill to find in employees/candidates. The ability to manage your time involves being realistic about your capabilities and prioritizing your workload to ensure that you consistently meet deadlines.

    5. Accountability: taking responsibility when things go wrong is essential to earn your colleagues’ and team’s trust and respect. If it looks difficult to meet a deadline or get a job done, communicate early and go into problem solving mode.

    6. Negotiation: is one of the most useful soft skills you’ll develop. Negotiating for salary or your point of view – all requires excellent communication skills, critical thinking, listening as well as empathy.

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