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Get trained to teach Parents Forever™

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Parents Forever™ introductory webinar

Are you a facilitator or coordinator in a Parents Forever™ program? Are you considering if Parents Forever™ is right for your organization, and looking for more information about the program? Then the Parents Forever™ introductory webinar is for you!

What will I learn?

This training provides an overview of Parents Forever™, past and future. In this training, you will learn about:

Facilitators who teach one hour or more of a Parents Forever™ class need to attend this webinar before attending the Parents Forever™ facilitator training. Both of these course are required for facilitators. This course is also required for coordinators of a Parents Forever™ program.

This one-hour webinar training is free. Upon training completion, you will receive a certificate.

How do I get started?

To get started, complete the Parents Forever™ intro webinar survey.

After completing the registration, you will be directed to the recorded webinar. You can view the webinar immediately or bookmark it to watch it at a later date.

Afterwards, take a few moments to complete the closing survey. You will then be able to download your certificate of completion.

Related resources

How to offer Parents Forever™ in-person to your community — Familiarize yourself with the process for becoming an "authorized provider" of the program, and for engaging with us as a Parents Forever™ partner.

Frequently asked questions by professionals — Answers to all your questions about starting, sustaining, and teaching a Parents Forever™ course.

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