Most of the time, parenting is fun. You know you are doing a good job. But there are times when things get a little tricky. Like when your toddler won’t eat dinner. Or your six-year-old won’t pick up their toys. If only someone could give you some ideas to make those times easier! If this sounds relatable, then a Triple P Seminar may be right for you.
A Triple P Seminar is for large groups of parents – possibly 20 or more. It’s an informal presentation, a bit like a public forum. There are three seminars in the Triple P series and you can choose to do one, two or all three:
Right now, Queensland also has available the Raising Resilient Children (Focus on Cyberbullying) seminar, which uses examples relating to difficulties children may encounter when using digital devices. It’ll help you support your child’s ability to manage emotional ups and downs and problem-solve, including when they’re online.
Seminars will usually be organised by a community organisation like your child's school or early learning centre and are generally held in a public venue. They may be offered via online video call.
The seminars last around 90 minutes. There is time at the end for your questions, but you won’t have to speak up if you don’t want to. It’s your choice. There’s no homework and no follow up. It's just a brief introduction to the Triple P strategies. But you'll definitely get some great ideas to take home and try out with your family!