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Fathers and Families

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes every Wednesday for 6 weeks
Aim: To promote positive parenting skills to fathers

FREE for dads to attend.

Fathers play an important role in their children’s lives.

This programme is specifically tailored to those in a fathering role.

Father and Families will help you recognise the important role you have to play in your child’s lives and give you the skills to use a positive parenting approach.

The free online programme is fun and interactive and offers you a great opportunity to build a support network.

Fathers and Families Programme

Duration: 6 weeks online via Zoom

The Fathers and Families Programme emphasises the important role fathers play in the lives of their children, encourage fathers to take an active role in their child’s upbringing, whether they live with their child or not. The programme will provide fathers with knowledge on how they can be an Authoritative father and develop a strong, positive relationship with their child regardless of their family structure.

Over the 6 weeks we explore:

  • The Important Role of the Father
  • Parenting Styles
  • Supporting Fathers
  • Effective Communication
  • Rules and Consequences
  • Quality Time

The programme is interactive, fun and offers dads an opportunity to build a support network.

This programme is offered as part of the Dads Project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund NI. 

Fathers and Families Craigavon

The Fathers and Families programme is coming to Craigavon from Wednesday 22nd January!

Duration: 6 weeks
Location: Splash Sure Start, Training Room, First Floor, Legahory Centre, Brownlow, BT65 5BE
Aim: To promote positive parenting skills to fathers.

The Fathers and Families Programme emphasises the important role fathers play in the lives of their children, encourage fathers to take an active role in their child’s upbringing, whether they live with their child or not. The programme will provide fathers with knowledge on how they can be an Authoritative father and develop a strong, positive relationship with their child regardless of their family structure.

Over the 6 weeks we explore:

  • The Important Role of the Father
  • Parenting Styles
  • Supporting Fathers
  • Effective Communication
  • Rules and Consequences
  • Quality Time

The programme is interactive, fun and offers dads an opportunity to build a support network.

To book a free place, contact us on 0808 8010 722.

This programme is offered as part of the Dads Project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund NI. 

 

Fathers and Families Antrim

The Fathers and Families programme is coming to Antrim from Tuesday 17th September!

Duration: 6 weeks
Aim: To promote positive parenting skills to fathers.

The Fathers and Families Programme emphasises the important role fathers play in the lives of their children, encourage fathers to take an active role in their child’s upbringing, whether they live with their child or not. The programme will provide fathers with knowledge on how they can be an Authoritative father and develop a strong, positive relationship with their child regardless of their family structure.

Over the 6 weeks we explore:

  • The Important Role of the Father
  • Parenting Styles
  • Supporting Fathers
  • Effective Communication
  • Rules and Consequences
  • Quality Time

The programme is interactive, fun and offers dads an opportunity to build a support network.

To book a free place, contact us on 0808 8010 722.

This programme is offered as part of the Dads Project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund NI. 

Fathers and Families Belfast

Fathers and Families Online UseDuration: 2 hours every Wednesday for 6 weeks
Aim: To promote positive parenting skills to fathers

FREE for dads to attend.

Fathers play an important role in their children’s lives.

This programme is specifically tailored to those in a fathering role.

Father and Families will help you recognise the important role you have to play in your child’s lives and give you the skills to use a positive parenting approach.

The programme is fun and interactive, and offers you a great opportunity to build a support network.