Ahmedia Guest House launches workshop for teens

Basic Life Skills Workshop to promote learning through art and culture

The Ahmedia Guest House has launched a month long workshop for teenagers.
The Ahmedia Guest House has launched a month long workshop for teenagers.


The Ahmedia Heritage Guest House in Dubai has launched a summer program for teenagers called Basic Skills Workshop (BLIS).


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The month long program aims to empower teenagers with basic life skills through literature, art, and culture.

Planet Hospitality CEO and general manager of Ahmedia Heritage Guest House, Habib Khan said: “We are happy to organise the Basic Life Skills Workshop 2013 for teenagers in Dubai. This workshop is developed by para-educators based in the UAE, Singapore and the US. The faculty specialises in 21st century skill sets that include a wide range of basic tools to live a meaningful life that are missing in our school/college curriculum. The course is the first of its kind in the UAE and highly valuable for children in their teens.”

During the program, participants will interact with experts in various fields such as fashion, journalism, art and music. Workshops include topics such as creative linguistics, innovation and evolution, and culinary exploration.

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