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Train-the-Trainer Training Services



Train-the-Trainer Training

At least 10% of your participants should be trained to be efficient trainers in the Peace-ing It Together fields: Mediation (Conflict Resolution) and Cool Calm, Clever Violence Prevention/Leadership).  However, upon completion, these individuals will possess a trainer’s fundamental skills and can train in other topics as well. 


Over our 25+ years, our continual observation and documentation have shown that participants tend to participate more and, thus, learn more when they are trained by their peers. As stated earlier, prevention and behavior modification are the focuses of the program. One way that this is taught is by using our Train-The-Trainer (TtheT) concept.  Peers training other peers.


The new trainers will follow the tentative 4-Step process below:


  • Step 1: To get into the Train-the-Trainer Program, complete the following requirements.

    • Complete training in Mediation skills if you plan to train others in mediation.

(These trainings hours are not included in the required 16 hours of training needed to become a trainer.)

  • Public Speaking, 2 hours

  • Facilitation Training #1, 2 hours


  • Step 2: To Co-Train as a helper-in-training, complete the following requirements.

    • Introduction, Ice-breakers, and Brainteasers, 2 hours

    • Communication Skills, 2 hours


  • Step 3: To Co-Train and facilitate 1-2 activities, complete the following requirements.

    • Brainstorming and Negotiations, 2 hours

    • Situation/problem-solving #1, 2 hours


  • Step 4: To Co-Train and facilitate activities, complete the following requirements.

    • Situation/problem-solving #2, 2 hours

    • Mediation In-House Program, 2 hours


Training Process


This training will encourage positive individual development by use of three essential components: skills and theories development, opportunities to practice these, and rewards to reinforce use of them. 


  • Skills and Theories: The skills-sets include cultural diversity, mediation, conflict resolution, critical thinking, situation/problem-solving[1], communication, planning and organizing, and public speaking.  These skill-sets are necessary to be an effective conflict resolver.

  • Practice: The practice reinforces the skills with visuals, small work groups, role-plays, brainteasers, and laughter.  

  • Rewards: Certificates of Completion, public approvals from trainers and classmates, and self-pride about these accomplishments.


Fees (Training Supplies Included)

Train-the-Trainer Training (20 participants)

16 Hours       $8,000



*Depending on the distance, travel, room & board may be added to the Fee.


Train-the-Trainer Training Fees
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