The Church of God Chaplains Commission has announced special discounted rates for Community Service Chaplaincy training set to take place next month.
The four-day intensive course is set for January 20-24, 2020 and will include critical topics chaplains encounter, including Crisis and Stress, Violence Cycle, PTSD, Ethics and Legalities, Death Notifications, Theology of Chaplaincy, Peer Support, Care for First Responders, and more.
“Anyone interested in serving as a Community Service Chaplain can join students around the world in this Community Service Chaplaincy Training from our classroom in Cleveland or via live Zoom video conference,” stated Dr. Richard Pace, director/endorser of vocational chaplains. “Participants will have the opportunity to learn from chaplains in the field and discuss practical advice for ministry and offer their first-hand experience and guidance.”
A special combined rate for registering for levels one and two together are being offered. This combined course is only offered twice a year and offers significant savings. For individuals cost for the combined course is discounted from $720 to $450. Married couples can attend for $650 compared to the regular rate of $980. The discounted rate for participating in a single level course is $360 for individuals and $490 for married couples. Students enrolled at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary may take the training for three (3) hours credit.
The course fee includes a background check and Community Service Chaplain (CSC) ID with Certification card.
The dates for the Community Service Chaplaincy Training Course is January 20-24, 2020 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST either on location at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, or from your home via Zoom.
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required and reservations can be made by visiting cogchaplains.org/course-sign-up. Additional details and information about the Church of God Chaplains Commission is available at the website cogchaplains.org.