Life Skills and Career Guidance

Life skills is a term used to describe a set of basic skills acquired through learning and/or direct life experience that enable individuals and groups to effectively handle issues and problems commonly encountered in daily life.

They include creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, the ability to communicate and collaborate, along with personal and social responsibility that contribute to good citizenship – all essential skills for success in the 21st century, both for healthy societies and for successful and employable individuals.

Life skills coupled with Japanese Language will help the Students to boost Confidence.

  • It helps them to develop self-confidence and successfully deal with significant life changes and challenges.
  • It gives them a voice at work place.
  • It enables them to make a positive contribution by developing the expertise and experience
  • understand their responsibilities, while preparing them for the challenges and opportunities in career


  • Personal SWOT Analysis
  • Understanding the Aspirations
  • Sharing an Landscape of Opportunities
  • Working on the Challenges and Shortfalls.
  • Mentorship.

YES Japanese Academy – Mentorship

This is a unique program that is setup to benefit the Freshers looking for opportunities and want to understand themselves.

Cohort and Industry professionals who are successful or made a progressions in there career will be able to discuss and coach the students.

    • Sharing experience,
    • Hand-holding the individual.
    • Understand aspirations and giving them the reality etc are some of the main activities in this program.

Life Skills and Career Guidance – Mentorship

Why you need a mentor

A mentor is a role model who can guide you on your job path, offering advice, support or knowledge – or a mixture of all three. They’ll be someone who you trust and deal with in your everyday life.

What makes a good mentor?

You might already know of someone who works in the role or career that interests you. If so, they might make an ideal mentor, and someone you should definitely talk to.

“Find someone fabulous and make it your mission to make them your mentor,

“Try someone from a similar background and whose life you think you might want in five years.”

That said, a mentor doesn’t have to be someone who works in your field of interest. Who inspires you in your daily life and how can you learn from them? How have they achieved their goals?

How does the relationship work?

You might want to meet up every week, where you can review your work choices and discuss ways of achieving your goals. It’s important your mentor gives you support and encouragement.

You may also want to think about how they can be ‘selling’ you. “It can be as simple as asking them to write a LinkedIn recommendation for you.

What should you get from the relationship?

Ideally, practical knowledge, inspiration and confidence. You might already know the steps you have to take in your career but lack the know-how or conviction to achieve them. Through regular encouragement and support, a mentor will show you how you can achieve your goals.