5 Week Parenting Course
This course is excellent for parents with kids of all ages. It provides foundational parenting knowledge that in retrospect will seem like common sense. The concepts are simple and easy to implement into any family situation.
Put an end to your behaviour battles and make parenting fun again.
The Redirecting Children’s Behavior Parenting Course
This course is packed with the parenting tools you need to put an end to your behaviour battles and make parenting fun again. This course is excellent for parents with kids of all ages. It provides foundational parenting knowledge that in retrospect will seem like common sense. The concepts are simple and easy to implement into any family situation.
25 Years of Parenting Courses
For over 25 years, the International Network for Children & Families has been providing parenting courses and instructor training worldwide. Over 1000 instructors trained in 15 countries.
Redirecting Children’s Behavior” is strongly influenced by the work of Rudolf Dreikurs, MD., author of the highly acclaimed book “Children: The Challenge”. The course was developed by Kathryn Kvols. All “Redirecting Children’s Behavior” instructors are certified by the International Network for Children and Families. INCAF is one of the few organisations that require their instructors to get their certification and maintain their certification through continuing education.
- 05 February 2019
- 30 March 2019
- 19 June 2019
18h30 to 21h00
Office 8. Fontainebleau Village, Randburg
What to bring
Workbook & Pen
What topics are covered?
- Eliminate power struggles over bedtime, eating, cleaning their room, etc.
- Eliminate homework hassles.
- Teach your children how to love doing chores
. Create family teamwork.
- How to be an approachable parent
. Empower your child . Minimize sibling bickering and/or fighting . Become less reactive and being more proactive – minimizing nagging, yelling, bribing, and threats . Set clear limits and stick to them . Teach children how to listen . Minimize household stress . Teach children self-control . How to maintain closeness rather than distancethrough discipline . Create lines of open, honest, and trusting communication.
For parents who want to:
- Dramatically decrease misbehaviour
- Be firm but fair
- Set and keep clear expectations
- Conquer Sibling Rivalry
- Stay calm in the midst of turmoil when your child gets upset
- Eliminate criticism
- Encourage your child
- Connect with your child
- Be a positive role model
- Strengthen your family whether there are 2 of you or a teen