Looking for relevant, sustainable, reproducible approaches to address community health and development that are adaptable across multiple settings? CHE provides a strategy for community based transformational development founded on the core values of:
- integration and wholism:
- commitment to the poor and marginalized
- long-term solutions
- local ownership and initiative
- participatory learning
- servant leadership
Participants in the highly interactive CHE Training of Trainers 1 (CHE TOT 1) will learn approaches to teaching physical and spiritual topics that equip individuals and communities to identify issues and mobilize resources for positive growth and development. Participatory learning activities are employed through large and small group discussions, various hands-on activities, and methods that can be replicated in the community setting. Upon completion of the CHE TOT 1, participants will become members of the Global CHE Network and receive the CHE Lesson Plan Flash Drive with access to more than 10,000 lessons and teaching aids.
For more about CHE see – What is CHE?
Registration and Logistics
This 4.5 day program is held at CHSC Shalom Retreat and Training Center in Grand Saline, TX, January 20-24, 2020. Course activities start at 8 am on Monday and end with lunch on Friday. When making transportation arrangements, please plan 2 hours driving time between Dallas airports and Shalom Retreat and Training Center. Participants staying at Shalom Retreat and Training Center are encouraged to arrive January 19; full course price includes tuition, room (shared) and board from dinner January 19 through breakfast January 25. A commuter rate is offered which includes lunch daily.
Full course price (tuition, room and board) – $625
Students – save $50 off the Full course price! Use Promo Code PROMO50.
Commuter (tuition and daily lunch) – $180
You can pay in full today or reserve your spot in this program with a $65 deposit.
“I loved learning about the holistic approach using scripture and Jesus’ example.”
“(CHE helps) locals identify their strengths and needs. They can then take ownership of their needs and utilize their strengths to overcome their problems and challenges..”
“I liked how it empowered me to be able to go out and train others which will improve the communities I care so deeply about.”
“Best guesthouse food, staff kindness and facilities I have ever experienced!!”
“Excellent food. Comfortable rooms.”
For more information contact Laura Smelter – email@example.com, 903-962-4000.