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Parents as Teachers Foundational training

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Parents as Teachers (PAT) is an internationally recognised leader in early childhood home visitation. Using an evidence-based model to deliver parent education primarily through home visits, PAT is implemented in many communities around the world, reaching families during the crucial early years of their children’s lives. PAT empowers and equips parents with knowledge and resources to prepare their children for a stronger start in life and greater success in school.
Facilitated by Parents as Teachers certified trainers who emphasise reflective practice and hands-on learning, the Foundational training:
• Emphasises the PAT strengths-based approach to working with families.
• Builds relationship-based competencies for providing personal visits.
• Focuses on strengthening protective factors to improve parenting and maximise child outcomes.
Upcoming training will be held in Canberra (February 2019), Far North Queensland (May 2019). Our trainers will travel Australia wide to deliver this training, depending on level of interest.
Cost: $1,975

Documents:
PAT 2019 Canberra (2).docx
PAT 2019 Far North Queensland.docx

Location: To be advised, 30 Wyrallah Rd
Suburb: EAST LISMORE
Postcode: 2480
District: Northern NSW

Map / Location

Event Leader/Facilitator
Sarah Phoenix
Phone
66212489 Ext. 105
Daily
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
From: Monday, 18 February 2019
To: Thursday, 22 November 2018
Languages
English
Keywords
Antenatal
Attachment
Behavior
Building Relationships
Development
Discipline
Early parenting group
Encouraging
Parenting course
Positive relationships
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