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Parents Forever™ Online Course for North Dakota Parents

Note: This is our North Dakota version of the online course. For Minnesota and other states, see the Parents Forever™ Online Course.



University of Minnesota Extension has partnered with North Dakota State University Extension Service to adapt our online course specifically for North Dakota parents. This version of the course meets the recommendations being asked of parents by North Dakota courts. (Note, this version does not meet the minimum standards for those going through the Minnesota court system.)

The cost for this course is $69. You will receive access to online versions of three of the Parents Forever™ parent handbooks and more as part of your registration fee.

The course will take a minimum of 4.5 hours to complete. Upon course completion, you will receive a certificate.

If you have not taken an online course before, it’s important to note that online courses are not for everyone. To decide if the online course is right for you or if you would be better off taking a Parents Forever™ in-person class, see: Which Class is for You: Online or In-Person?

How do I get started?

You can gain immediate access to this course by following these simple instructions.

Once you register for the course, you will have access for 60 days.

Have you already registered for the course? Access the course now.

Are you having registration and/or access problems? We can help!

Related Resources

About Parents Forever™ — Find out more about the Parents Forever™ program.

Parents Forever™ Program in North Dakota — Visit the North Dakota State University Extension Service site for more information on Parents Forever™ in North Dakota.

Development of this Course — Information about the authors of the online course.

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