Why Soft Skills Training?

Whereas subject knowledge and technical skills can help you to get a job, soft skills are perhaps the ones that will make you successful (if you have them!). Emotional intelligence, your attitude, and communication skills along with a host of other skills are crucial for your success in both your job and your life. A soft skills training course is an attempt to familiarize you with these skills and equip you more completely to face a constantly changing world.

At FITA, Chennai, the objective of the Soft Skills Training Course is to help you grow your interpersonal skills, self-management and emotional intelligence and job procurement skills through a pre-placement package. The faculty is well trained and provide optimal conditions in which the student can learn. If you have not been able to attend a Soft Skills Course in your school/college, FITA Chennai is where you can make up this loss.


Whereas informal education institutions, the soft skills training course may be handed out during the last semester of a degree course, other institutions offer it as part of the regular curriculum for different courses. At FITA Chennai, you need to have completed your secondary school examinations or your degree course to be eligible to attend the Soft Skills Training Courses.

Detailed Course Curriculum – Soft Skills Training Course

1. Introduction

  • Soft Skills – An Introduction
  • Different Aspects of Soft Skills
  • How to Effectively Communicate
  • Classification – Different types of Communication
  • Personal Growth
  • 2. Communication

  • Telephonic Communication Skills
  • Communicating without words
  • Paralanguage
  • Positive Thinking
  • Motivation
  • 3. Communication - Continued

  • The Language of Touch - Haptics
  • Meta-Communication
  • Improve Listening Skills
  • Different Types of Listening
  • Proxemics and Its Effects
  • 4. All About Negotiation

  • Skills of Negotiation
  • Negotiation Strategies
  • The Art of Persuasion
  • Culture as a Means of Communication
  • Organizational Communication
  • 5. Further About Communication

  • Breakdown of Communication
  • Writing Skills – Basic and Advanced
  • Business Writing Principles
  • Different Types of Business Writing
  • Business Letters – Different Types
  • Business Letters – Formats and Styles
  • Group Communication
  • 6. Different Aspects of Leadership

  • Leadership Skills
  • Group Discussion – Different Aspects
  • Management of Meetings
  • Work Ethic and Adaptability
  • Speaking/Oratory Skills
  • Presentations, Speeches and Debates
  • How to Overcome Nervousness
  • Methods of Presenting a Point
  • Leadership and Management
  • 7. Job Procurement Skills

  • Planning and Preparing for Oral Presentations
  • Speeches for Different Occasions
  • Making Your Presentations Effective
  • Interviews
  • Presenting Yourself – How To
  • Planning and Preparation
  • Drafting a Resume
  • Facing Interviews
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Critical Thinking
  • Crises management
  • Business Etiquette
  • Job Opportunities

    Soft skills are required by most industries and candidates who have basic soft skills are held as precious by a majority of companies. Most corporates having a full-fledged HR department will need candidates proficient in soft skills. Those with proficiency in Soft Skills can also take up jobs at Soft Skills Trainers in large corporate organizations.

  • Soft Skills Trainer
  • HR Executive (with sufficient Basic Qualifications)
  • Customer Relationship Officer (with sufficient Basic Qualifications)
  • Customer Service Executives (with sufficient Basic Qualifications)
  • Customer Liaising Executives (with sufficient Basic Qualifications)
  • Employer Expectations

    From a candidate that has completed soft skills training these are the skills that employers look for:

  • Strong problem-solving skills: recruiters want candidates capable of solving problems
  • Adaptability
  • Effective Time management
  • Organizational skills
  • Proficient in oral communication
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Negotiation skills
  • Improved management skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • A positive attitude
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Work well In a team
  • Self Confidence
  • Accept Constructive Criticism
  • Course Objectives

  • The objectives of the Soft Skills Training Course are as follows:
  • To give the student a realistic perspective of the actual work environment and expectations
  • To help the student become capable of solving problems that can occur at any point in time
  • To help the students make decisions and shoulder the responsibilities arising thereof
  • To create a desire in the students to form goals and achieve them
  • To help students realize the perils of negative/unproductive thinking, wrong impulsive thinking, and self-defeating behavior
  • To help the student to work productively with a team and improve interpersonal skills
  • To help a student improve communication skills
  • To give an idea to the student about leadership and its significance
  • Soft skills Training Center in Chennai Venue:

    Are you located in any of these areas – Adyar, Ambattur, Aminjikarai, Adambakkam, Anna Nagar, Anna Salai, Ashok Nagar, Besant Nagar, Choolaimedu, Chromepet, Egmore, Ekkattuthangal, Guindy, K.K.Nagar, Kilpauk, Kodambakkam, Madipakkam, Medavakkam, Mylapore, Nandanam, Nanganallur, Nungambakkam, OMR, Pallikaranai, Perungudi, Porur, Saidapet, Sholinganallur, St. Thomas Mount, T. Nagar, Tambaram, Teynampet, Thiruvanmiyur, Thoraipakkam,Vadapalani, Velachery, Villivakkam, Virugambakkam and West Mambalam.

    Our T Nagar or Velachery office is just few kilometre away from your location. If you need the best Soft skills Training in Chennai, driving couple of extra kilometres is worth it!

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