Parenting NI offer training on a wide range of topics for professionals working directly with parents and carers. Browse the training calendar below for information on up and coming training. To register for any of the sessions you can either complete the booking form to the right of this page or download a booking form, then return along with payment to Lorna either via email or post to:
Parenting NI, 42 Dublin Road, Belfast, BT2 7HN
If cancellation notice of 5 working days is given then payment may be transferred to attend another session/s within 6 months. If less than 5 working days notice is given, the payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
This workshop aims to help practitioners support parents as their child/young person makes the move from primary to post primary education. Practitioners will have an increased awareness of the uncertainty and expectations that surround this significant transition, while exploring how these changes can be handled as effectively as possible for both parents and young people.
This workshop has been developed to help practitioners support parents who choose for their child/young person to go through the transfer assessment procedure. This workshop aims to examine the concerns parents and children may associate with the process and explore ways of preparing and maintaining the wellbeing of their child.
This workshop gives practitioners practical information on children’s typical behaviours and offers suggestions to support the parent to deal with behaviours they find challenging.
The holiday season can bring added pressure, worry and stress to families. This workshop explores family systems theory and aims to increase awareness of how family dynamics can add additional stress. Practitioners will be offered practical suggestions on how they can best support parents to have realistic expectations and manage the stress and emotions associated with this time of year.
This workshop is particularly relevant to those employed or volunteering in a Child Contact Centre. Practitioners will explore the role and boundaries of staff/volunteers, increase awareness of the impact of separation on the family and discuss helping strategies which can be used to best support parents and children in this setting.