Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated, a non-profit organization headquartered in Abilene, Texas, is trying to do their part to end violence in the schools.
With all the latest attacks, involving teachers like Colleen Ritzer, who was brutally killed by her 14-year-old student, Philip Chism, the group has beefed up free training in hopes of reaching more people.
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated already offers much of their training at no cost, online or in person. They host conferences where people from all over the world come and learn their program. Once they receive the training, the attendees are then able to go back and teach those lessons to others – how to build positive character and be able to make better choices in every area of their lives.
The group is now posting their training sessions on their website. "We want to have training available for every school, every parent, and every person who wants to learn how to improve their decision making, including children," says Yisrayl Hawkins, author and founder of the program. "We don’t have to have all this school violence today, we can train people out of it but we have to start now. We have training available on our website, it costs nothing, we’ll even teach you online if you ask us," Hawkins said.
The group offers training in key areas of character building such as how to practice self-control, how to respect yourself and others, and taking responsibility in your life, just to name a few.
"We’ll be adding more training in the coming weeks," says Hawkins. "Schools and businesses – large or small - families, or individuals, no matter who you are, we can help you get the problems under control, guaranteed."
To view the training just go to http://peacefulsolution.org/training/index.html.
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, apartment complexes, businesses, non-profit organizations, and in the home.
Rebekah Mathews or Eugenia Schoenheinz