Basic Conflict Management Training (BCMT) is designed to allow people to discuss what conflict is, while also exploring issues that arise in conflict such as power, gender, and differences in perspective. BCMT is also designed to put practical skills into place to help students resolve conflict
on their own, peacefully.
The BCMT workshop takes two-to-three focused, part-day classes, based upon student attendance and participation,
to create understanding and implement rudimentary skill use. BCMT is presented by skilled PMAST speakers who utilize a
full class block (like CALM or Health) at the host school.
“Learning about conflict and what we can do about it really helped me focus-in on better ways to resolve things in the future.”
No More Drama (NMD) is designed to teach adolescent females to reduce tragic incidents, bullying, and violence, within their schools and their personal communities by developing appropriate communication skills to handle conflict better. Students improve upon their relationships, feel empowered to be women, and develop a greater sense of self.
The NMD workshop generally takes eight focused, part-day classes, over the course of eight to twelve weeks, to create appropriate understanding and implement effective skill use.
NMD is presented by skilled female PMAST speaker.
“If you are a bully,
it hurts as much as being bullied.”
Make Into Men (MIM) is designed to help adolescent males transition into manhood with greater knowledge of what it takes to be a well-natured man. It is through this focus, that boys are taught integrity, respect, and compassion, and how this all relates back to their lives.
MIM workshops generally require one-to-two, in-depth, full-day classes. Based upon student ability to attend and participate, this project can also be broken into modules to fit timelines requiring more flexibility.
“I really like how my own experiences relate to
what the teacher taught me.
It made so much sense.”