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 Kelly 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.
About the Event
Parenting NI is delighted to present Josh Levs, thanks to support from Bank of Ireland and Citi. From the United Nations to Congress, Oxford and Google, Josh Levs’ powerful talks chart new terrain, advancing everyone’s understandings of men, modern parenthood, and gender equality.
Josh Levs will present a ‘Make Parenting Work’ networking seminar aimed at professional working parents. The seminar will focus on:
- How businesses can engage men on issues of gender equality and diversity
- How equal caregiving options attract and retain the best employees
- How to support both female and male employees who seek work-life balance
- Proven methods to achieve all this while lifting profits
The cost to attend is £25 per person which includes breakfast for all delegates and attendees will also have the option to take a tour of the National Stadium following the event.
Timings are subject to change but a rough guide of an agenda is included below
9 – 9.30am: Registration and networking
9.30am: Breakfast served
9.45am – 11.15am: Josh Levs presents…
11.15am: National Stadium Tour available for all delegates
About Josh Levs
Josh Levs is an entrepreneur, former CNN and NPR journalist, and the leading global expert on issues facing modern fathers in the workplace. He is the author of the award-winning book All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and Businesses–And How We Can Fix It Together (HarperOne 2015). He now works with corporations, organizations, universities and more to build policies that support men as equal caregivers, a crucial step toward ensuring equal career opportunities to women.
Visit Josh Levs website.