Training Costs & What’s Included
RelateStrong | Training sets you up to successfully bring the program home by providing:
- Training on the full program, with RelateStrong | Couples and RelateStrong | Individuals certification
- Group walk-throughs of program presentations and discussions
- Recommendations and best practices for bringing the program back home
The weekend training schedule is Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Each day includes two to three short breaks and a lunch. A light breakfast is provided each day of the training and is included in the cost of the training.
The one-time program cost, including a two-day training seminar, is $350 for individual registration and only $50 more for a spouse to attend in-person. While in this season of hardship due to COVID-19, we are offering the same two-day training online for only $150 for individual registration. This low program rate is made possible thanks to grants and donations, allowing the program to reach a wider audience. Most couples find attending the training seminar as a couple is worth the price of the program alone.
Included: The Leader's Manual
There is no limit to the number of groups, or number of times, group leaders can lead RelateStrong sessions back at home following participation in a Boone Center training seminar.
Typically, group leaders utilize the Leader's Manual to facilitate meetings over the course of 9 weeks focusing on the following topics:
- Discovering the truth about marriage and how the past affects current relationships
- Identifying the heart of the conflict cycle and learning constructive ways to manage conflict
- Learning about the boundaries as a couple that will guard against the burnout, unrealistic expectations, feelings of inadequacy, isolation, and loneliness that often exist in the ministry, leadership, and service
- Embracing couple differences in personality characteristics and spiritual gifts and learning how to encourage each other in spiritual and emotional growth
- Deciding as a couple to benefit their marriage through leadership and service
- Learning about who they are together and the definition of "us-ness"