March 28, 2016

Training

Training Workshops with Trainer Certification

To better prepare teachers, trainers, and facilitators of our soft skills curriculum and certification program, Bring Your ‘A’ Game, the Center for Work Ethic Development offers a full-day or half-day Train-the-Trainer certification.  Led by Josh Davies, CEO of The Center, this workshop serves as a companion to the Curriculum Guide and includes both instruction and practical application.  At the completion of the workshop, each participant earns their Certified Work Ethic Trainer certification.  Because the core methodology and application are the same across all three versions of Bring Your ‘A’ Game, the certification is valid for the youth, adult, and veteran versions.   Please email info@workethic.org or contact your account representative to find out more about our exciting live training opportunities.

Here is what participants have said about their experience with our Train-the-Trainer workshops:

“One of the best workshops I’ve ever attended in 23 years of state employment.”  

“I didn’t want the class to end. The best and most engaging workshop I have attended.”  

“This was the most excellent presentation ever! Love Josh!”  

“Absolutely wonderful energy for the workshop. I LOVED the speaker.” 

 

Free Informational Webinars

To give a basic overview of the Bring Your ‘A’ Game soft skills curriculum to teachers, trainers, and facilitators of Bring Your ‘A’ Game, the Center for Work Ethic Development offers a free one-hour informational webinar. The webinar serves as an overview of the theory, methodology, and application of the Curriculum Guide. Specifically, the workshop includes:

• An introduction to the Work Ethic gap in America and the impact it has on individuals, organizations, and the country
• The keys to the philosophy and application of the Bring Your ‘A’ Game curriculum
• Examples of the experiential exercises designed to engage and inspire participants

Current Schedule

  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018
    9:00 AM – 10:00 AM MST
     

  • Thursday, October 4, 2018
    9:00 AM – 10:00 AM MST
     

 

  • Pre-Recorded Webinar