Since the launch of FDCW in 2006 FPMT centres and groups in more than 23 countries have hosted one or more of FDCW’s recognised learning programmes.
FPMT Centres and students are also making use of Universal Education for Compassion and Wisdom (UECW) resources to develop children and family activities, as well as using them as a basis for community projects such as prison programmes and hospice work.
If you are an FPMT centre why not consider:
1. HOSTING A COURSE – either at your centre, or in partnership with a local school, college or community centre. This can be a powerful way to connect with new students, or to enable existing students to introduce friends and family to the centre.
2. SELLING OUR 16 GUIDELINES RESOURCES – if you’ve got a centre bookshop, we’re happy to supply 16 Guidelines resources and publications at wholesale prices. For more information please contact us.
3. STAYING CONNECTED – a centre member could become a UECW representative receiving our quarterly newsletter to learn about upcoming workshops, events and courses in your region.
4. SPREADING THE WORD – thank you for anything you can do to promote UECW via your display boards and newsletters, and to encourage your students to join the FDCW mailing list.
If you have any questions don't hesitate and get in touch.