Free Training for First Responders

by | Aug 8, 2021

In recognition of the sacrifices that first responders make for our country every day, RW360 is offering free registration for our 2021 Sowing Peace Conference to people who serve in the military or law enforcement or as fire fighters, EMTs, paramedics, nurses, crisis pregnancy workers, or as or chaplains in any of these fields.

The conference includes twenty-six sessions that are designed to help individuals in any profession develop improved relational wisdom and peacemaking skills that can be used in to reduce stress in the workplace, improve job performance and bring greater peace at home.

Among other types of training, we’ve developed a new workshop for people serving in law enforcement and another one for people who serve in crisis pregnancy centers.

If you are a first responder, please allow us to serve and encourage you at our conference in Billings, Montana, on September 9-12. If you know others who serve in one of these vital areas, please share this invitation with them.

To learn more about the conference or these special areas of training, please visit 2021 Peace Sower Conference or contact David Kelly, our COO, at david@rw360.org or 406-294-6806.

~ Ken Sande

PS: To convince your manager that this training is worth investing in, please pass along this article, Employers Reap a Double Benefit from RW Training, which shows that employers typically receive a return of $1.50 to $6.85 for every $1 invested in this type of training. That is a very worthwhile investment!

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© 2021 Ken Sande

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