Developing empathy, self-awareness and social skills.

Nowadays, with daily stress, fast pace of life and our high exposure to violent events, the development of emotional intelligence in people and especially in children is extremely important. Children, first and foremost, need to feel accepted by their family, school and society and to know that there is a supportive environment for them at all times. Anyone who provides care or educates children needs to help them feel safe and secure so that they can develop their skills, recognise their feelings, and seek ways to manage negative emotions. Adults seeking to develop innovative methodologies to help children in the process of developing empathy, self-awareness and social skills need to recognise the importance of emotional intelligence, ways to improve it and how it positively affects impact. Through Active listening, diversity acceptance, creation of an environment that children can speak freely and be listened, we as parents, caregivers, educators, teachers etc. we can equip children with strong-based relationships and empower the next generation.




Number of Participants

min 7 - max 20


Regular Fee: 480.00 €
VIP Fee: 700.00€ - 800.00€


This primary goal is to give participants the knowledge and abilities they need to improve both their own and children emotional intelligence. The five pillars of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, self-management, motivation, empathy, and social skills—are going to help participants to understand in depth the emotional intelligence definition and to delve more in the meaning of each one of the pillars. Participants, will gain knowledge about the supportive/acceptable environments and the definitions like active listening, diversity, building strong relations. Also, participants will be armed with innovative and effective methodologies to aid children in their journey of developing emotional intelligence. They acquire methods and exercises for building empathy, resiliency, and conflict resolution skills during the course that they can apply adaptably.


The course curriculum is interactive and includes both group and individual projects as well as discussions. We do the training in small groups, with a maximum of 25 participants, because it is crucial that each participant have the chance to share their experience. In addition, the participants will receive worksheets and practical exercises that will help them use the knowledge they have learned in the classroom and assist their students develop their emotional intelligence. Each participant will create an action plan at the conclusion to utilize in the classroom.

Participants Profile



  • Introductory meeting.
  • Practical preparations explained, schedule presented, and course details. Start with an orientation meeting, when we go over the practical arrangements, the participants’ presentations, and the schedule. 
  • Participants share their needs, wants, and expectations about the program’s content and teaching strategies. The discussion of emotional intelligence as a personality feature is then continued, and the five pillars of Emotional Quotient —self-awareness, self-management, motivation, empathy, and social skills—are covered.
  • Exercise to “check-in with your own emotional world” enhances self-awareness. Through a group role-playing exercise, we identify the relationship between our ideas, behaviors, and emotions as well as the planning of our individual classroom activities.
  • Discussion on how to control our own emotions and how our ideas and actions might affect them. 
  • Five pillars of emotional intelligence
  • Developing supportive/acceptable environments
  • Ιnnovative and effective methodologies 
  • Methods and exercises for fostering empathy, assessing Emotional Quotient, and identifying facial expressions of emotion.
  • Social skills: using famous typology, role-playing effective communication approaches, providing feedback with messages, and self-assessment conflict management questionnaire.
  • Planning the follow-up activities, disseminating the learning outcomes, and putting them into practice are all covered, along with an appraisal of the knowledge and skills acquired and the important lessons learned.
  • Evaluation and closing of the session. 
  • Documentation and certificates of attendance.

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