Play for Peace 2014 Certified Trainer Online Course Announced
Many communities and organizations have found Play for Peace to be an important tool in starting new youth leadership initiatives, motivating existing groups as well as promoting community participation in their efforts and events.
May 5, 2014 (FPRC) -- Washington, D.C. - Play for Peace is kicking off its annual Certified Trainer online course in May, there are 2 modules available running from 13th May to 10th June, 2014.
As a certified Trainer, participants will not only become a Play for Peace Global Learning Community member but also a social entrepreneur who can charge marketplace costs for leading training workshops. A donation is suggested for participation in the Certification Course and as Annual Membership support.
The Play for Peace Trainer Certification is a membership to a global community of experiential education trainers who use their skills to promote peace, social justice and youth leadership. It is also a document stating that Play for Peace evaluated the participant's skills and knowledge as appropriate to train and introduce others to the Play for Peace model, methodology and community. Specifically, trainers are qualified to train a new group of youth and mentors to become an active Play for Peace Club and lead Play for Peace activities.
Play for Peace has an established community of trainers around the world who are eligible to conduct trainings based on their vast experience in both the methodology and our organization’s philosophy. “We welcome all individuals who have experience in cooperative play facilitation to apply to our training course, we look forward to having you join the Play for Peace family.” said Sarah Gough, the Executive Director of Play for Peace.
About Play for Peace
Play for Peace is a global learning community dedicated to bringing together children, youth and organization using cooperative play to create laughter, compassion and peace around the world. We focus on communities that would benefit from increased youth leadership, cultural awareness and bullying or violence prevention programs.
To learn more please visit www.playforpeace.org
Send an email to Charlene Ruell of Play for Peace