Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the Richmond Peace Education Center’s basic two-day training in conflict resolution! This training is the foundation for all of RPEC’s conflict resolution programs and provides essential skills and insights to adults of all experience levels.
This two-day training is open to any adult interested in learning methods to resolve disputes peacefully. The training will include engaging exercises to give you opportunities to strengthen your communication, listening, and conflict problem-solving skills. The skills you’ll learn are helpful for addressing everyday interpersonal disputes at home, workplace, and in the community. Successful completion of the two-day training is also a first step for those interested in becoming certified RPEC conflict resolution trainers.
This two day training is well suited to educators, individuals who work with youth, and any member of the general public who wishes to strengthen their conflict resolution skills. Educators taking the training will earn a minimum of 15 points toward recertification of their Virginia teaching certificate. Participants who wish to enhance conflict resolution skills for their personal development are also welcome to attend.
Date: Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 6 from 9 A.M.-5 P.M. on both days
Where: Richmond Friends, 4500 Kensington Avenue, Richmond, VA 23221.
Leaders: The training will be led by RPEC trainers and educators Santa Sorenson and Ram Bhagat.
Pre-payment is required.Tuition for the workshop is $150, which includes the cost of a 100+ page training manual. Participants are asked to bring a bag lunch each day; snacks and drinks will be provided.
Pay the training fee below through Paypal (please be sure to include your name, address, e-mail, and phone number), or mail a check in advance to RPEC, 3500 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, VA 23221 with T4T in the memo line. A limited number of partial scholarships are available. Contact email@example.com for more information about the training or to request a scholarship.
For more about RPEC’s Conflict Resolution programs, see: http://www.rpec.org/programs/conflict-resolution-programs/