The Senior Leadership and Management team at Auxilium School were involved in the planning and delivery of the Skills Builder Program. They ensured that the language of the Universal Framework was being spread throughout the school by using it in all of their training and materials. They also created a "Skills Glossary" for teachers and students to reference. In addition, they conducted regular workshops and refresher courses on the essential skills. To ensure that the program was implemented successfully, two staff members headed a "Master Skills Builders" team. This team met regularly with the School Leadership team to discuss progress and strategies. They also played a crucial role in the systematic dissemination of lesson plans, reinforcement, and assessment. This included regular WhatsApp messages to staff members with information about the schedule of lessons, follow-up activities, assemblies, reinforcement schedule, assessments, and holiday homework. To keep students, staff, and visitors aware of the essential skills, the school created displays near the Principal's office, at the reception, along the central staircase, and in the corridors. These displays showed all 8 essential skills and their steps from 0 to 15. The Skills Passport was also embedded in the almanac for students, so teachers could showcase and celebrate achievements in the skills with the students. Timely assessments were done and as per the assessments, every student was given a certificate. The Master Skills Builder's efforts were recognized at public forums. The KG had their assessment approval in the report card. Grade 1 to 4, Grade 5, and Grade 6 onwards had certificates as per their level of content covered.