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Level 3 Discussion Group Triple P Provider Training

What is Discussion Group Triple P?
The Triple P Discussion Group Series includes parent discussion groups on commonly encountered problems such as disobedience, fighting and aggression, and managing situations such as shopping with children and bedtime. The discussion groups are designed to provide an overview of the positive parenting principles for any interested parent. Parents are actively involved throughout the 2-hour small group format discussions.

The Discussion Group Triple P Provider Training consists of 2-day training workshop and a half-day accreditation workshop. You will learn how to deliver Discussion Group Triple P to parents, as well as:
• Early detection and effective management of child behavior problems.
• Core principles of positive parenting and behavior change. • Specific positive parenting strategies for promoting children’s development.
• Effective parent consultation.
• Use of active skills training strategies in a group format.
• Group dynamics and common process issues.
• Identification of indicators suggesting more intervention is required and appropriate referral procedures.

At training, you will receive:
• Facilitator’s Kit for Triple P Discussion Group (includes Presentation Guide, four Workbooks and DVD/PowerPoint).
• Facilitator’s Manual for Triple P Discussion Groups.

For more information, see the Discussion Group Triple P Course Summary on our website:
http://www.triplep.net/files/6114/9541/5969/ENG_Triple_P_Discussion_Groups_LTR.pdf
Cost: $1,320.00
Location: Royal Pacific Hotel, 472 Pacific Highway
Suburb: NORTH LANE COVE
Postcode: 2066
District: Northern Sydney

Map / Location

Event Leader/Facilitator
Triple P International Pty Ltd.
Phone
0732361212
Daily
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
From: Monday, 12 March 2018
To: Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Languages
English
Target Groups
Parents
Grandparents/Carers
CALD
Young Parents
Young Fathers
Young Mothers
Mothers
Fathers
Indigenous
Practitioners
Keywords
ADHD
Attachment
Behavior
Development
Discipline
Encouraging
Keeping kids safe
Parenting course
Positive parenting
Positive relationships
Single parents
Facilities
Catering Provided
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