Parenting Classes

 

PARENTING CLASSES

Our training programs are there to promote positive, effective parenting skills which allows for children’s social competence, emotional regulation and problem solving skills and as a result, reducing their behavioural problems, without the lowering of self-confidence/esteem.

The Objectives are to:

* Help parents/carers to provide children/young people (0-16years) with strong emotional social, academic, health and well-being foundation, in order for them to achieve the long term goal of reducing: stress, frustrations, depression, behavioural problems, anger management, violence, drug abuse and delinquency in later years.

* Enable parents/carers to promote and enhance children’s social and emotional competence as well as their (the parents/carers) own.

Parenting training intervention programs objectives’ are to:

* Focus on strengthening the competencies of parents/carers

* Conduct monitoring of all practises and techniques in relation to such areas as: effective discipline, the raising of self-esteem, confidence building

* Foster parents/carers involvement in children’s school experiences in order to promote children’s academic, social and emotional competencies and reduce conduct problems

* Ensure the all children receive tangible health and well-being to provide a happy childhood

The parent/carer programs are grouped according to the following Child age ranges and parent/carer age ranges:

CHILD AGE RANGES

Babies 0 mths to 1 year

 

Toddlers 1 year to 2 years

 

Basic Early Childhood 3 years to 5 years

 

Basic Early School Age 6years to 7 years

 

Basic Junior School Age 8years to 10 years

 

Basic Secondary School Age 11 to 12 years

 

Intermediate Secondary School Age 13 to 14 Years

 

Advanced Secondary School Age Teenager 15 to 16 years

PARENTS/CARERS AGE RANGES

Teenaged Parents 13 years – 19years

Young Parents 20 years – 25 years

Mature Parents 26 years – 35 years

Mature Parents 36 years – 45 years

Mature Parents 46 years – 60 years

 

Please refer to our parenting booklet for further information

 

 

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