The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated offers free online training sessions
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated has announced its 2012 free online training event beginning November 12th, 2012.
“We’ve seen over the years a constant decline in moral values”, said Yisrayl Hawkins, Author and Founder of the program, “Our goal is to reach as many people as possible and teach them that peace is attainable in their lives and we give them the tools and instructions to make it possible.”, he said.
“You see trouble in the schools everyday now, in homes, on the streets, everywhere you turn there’s violence and crime. Everyone’s looking for answers, well we have it.” The only way it won’t work is if we don’t use it. It’s guaranteed to work when properly implemented.”
The 2012 online training will begin November 12th. Each day will cover a different topic such as how to practice self-control and the importance of asking before taking something that doesn’t belong to you. The training can be used to improve oneself or a guide on how to effectively teach it to others.
“Each topic covers foundational character building traits that will guide a person to make better choices and when they make better choices it positively affects them and everyone.” explains Hawkins.
The training can be watched for free on the web at http://www.peacefulsolution.org/
For more details please go to http://www.peacefulsolution.org
About Us –
Pioneered by President Yisrayl Hawkins, in 1994 The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated began with a group of concerned parents and teachers whose keen observations led them to realize that positive character development was rapidly deteriorating in our society. Their concern prompted them to proactively embark on a mission to stop the decline and bring back positive character behaviors to society.
In 2004 The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program, authored by President Yisrayl Hawkins was successfully introduced in the United States and nine other countries.
Since that time the program has been successfully implemented in schools, prison systems, after school programs, daycare centers and in the home.
For more information please contact:
Eugenia Schoenheinz (325) 721-4818
Rebekah Mathews (325) 201-8241
Becky Fontenot (325) 721-1697
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