Difference between pages "January 2013" and "Category:Training"

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The primary goal of pre-service training is to prepare you for the first three to six months of Volunteer service. By the end of training, you will not be fluent in the local language, or understand everything you want to know about your primary assignment, but you will have enough knowledge and skills to get started. Pre-service training is designed to help you meet challenges as they arise and adapt to unanticipated occurrences. During training, you will also receive important information regarding administrative aspects of Volunteer service such as financial matters and Peace Corps policies.
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Pre-service training is probably the most intensive period during your Peace Corps service. Before beings sworn-in as a Volunteer, you will also need to demonstrate that you meet the criteria to qualify for Volunteer service.
'''The following events happened in Peace Corps for <u>JANUARY 2013</u>'''
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<u>''Enter on Duty''</u> coincides with the staging start date and the [[training]] start date.<br>
 
<u>''Oath Date''</u> indicates when the volunteer beings [[Swearing In | serving]] in country.
 
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==Enter on Duty==
 
 
 
 
 
==Oath Date==
 
 
 
 
 
==News==
 
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 12:18, 23 August 2016

The primary goal of pre-service training is to prepare you for the first three to six months of Volunteer service. By the end of training, you will not be fluent in the local language, or understand everything you want to know about your primary assignment, but you will have enough knowledge and skills to get started. Pre-service training is designed to help you meet challenges as they arise and adapt to unanticipated occurrences. During training, you will also receive important information regarding administrative aspects of Volunteer service such as financial matters and Peace Corps policies.

Pre-service training is probably the most intensive period during your Peace Corps service. Before beings sworn-in as a Volunteer, you will also need to demonstrate that you meet the criteria to qualify for Volunteer service.