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:
- The foundations for the Parents Forever™ program.
- The 2014 curriculum revision.
- Our increased support for in-person program.
- Next steps for partnering with us to offer Parents Forever™ in your community.
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.
When is this webinar available?
The following training dates are available:
- August 13, 2015 (12 – 1 p.m.)
- September 10, 2015 (12 – 1 p.m.)
- October 12, 2015 (12 – 1 p.m.)
- November 18, 2015 (12 – 1 p.m.)
- December 10, 2015 (12 – 1 p.m.)
We plan on offering this webinar on a monthly basis following our scheduled spring series. The dates for future webinars will be announced on this web page.
How do I get started?
Registration is now open for this free one-hour webinar!
This training is required for facilitators and coordinators, but open to anyone interested in the program.
You will receive a URL to access the webinar shortly before your scheduled training date.
Do you have questions about this training? Contact Us.
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.
Parents Forever™ Facilitator Training — Six-hour training required for all Parents Forever™ facilitators. Covers research and theoretical foundation, curriculum nuts-and-bolts, how to start and succeed with a program, available resources and support, and next steps for partnership.