Who are Our Whole Lives facilitator trainings designed for?
Trainings are designed for adults who plan to facilitate or advocate for the curriculum in their congregation or organization. Attendees are generally drawn from congregations, health-related non-profit organizations, public and private schools. Potential facilitators should keep in mind the criteria for selecting good Our Whole Lives facilitators when determining their own interest. Participants who are not Unitarian Universalist or United Church of Christ may choose whether or not to participate in the parts of the training dealing with Sexuality and Our Faith, because those sections are specifically religious in content.
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Last updated on Monday, November 7, 2011.
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