Barnardos national database of parenting courses provides information for parents hoping to attend a parenting course in their own area. The database includes the details of parenting courses that are organised and delivered on a scheduled basis and parenting courses that are delivered by request. The database can be searched by location, by theme and to who the programme is targeted.
If you deliver parenting courses and would like the details of the courses you provide to be included in the future, please email [email protected] for further details.
This database is maintained by Barnardos Library & Information Service for information purposes only. Inclusion of an organisation’s details in the database, does not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by Barnardos. While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, no liability is accepted by Barnardos for any errors. These courses are provided by private providers and owing to this, a cost will be incurred for course participation. Inclusion of an organisation’s details in the database, does not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by Barnardos.
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Identifying effective pathways for co-parenting in the wake of family separation. It aims to facilitate parents in understanding the impact of family separation on children and how to address co-parenting needs particularly where conflict remains.
To support parents in their everyday parenting challenges. Parenting courses provide an opportunity to reflect, and an invitation to explore new ways of parenting in a safe, non-judgemental space. The courses encourage ways to create a calm & peaceful home environment where relationships flourish.
Facilitated group-based information sharing and discussion sessions on parenting in different cultural contexts.
Support parents to resolve conflict, improve family communication practicing clear and direct communication.
Through my 1 :1 parent mentoring and group courses, I support and empower parents in finding their own solutions to life challenges. During the 1: 1 mentoring and courses, parents have the time to reflect and discuss issues that are arising for them and leave with a greater understanding of their own and their child’s behaviours and the reasons behind them and how to respond in more open and supportive ways.