Third Level Foundation Ltd
Parenting Support
Type of Service:
Parenting Support
Last Updated:
23/02/2020
Address:
35a Union Street,
Aberdeen,AB11 5BN
Telephone:
0800 021 7704
Age Groups:
From 12 years
Service/Vacancy Details:
We provide parenting skills courses. Topics covered include: Family Communication, Child Development structure, Nature/ Nurture debate, Specific techniques for parenting, Conflict within families and resolving it. Advanced parenting skills: Teenagers and the internet, Changing families - towards extended families. Parents can also be supported on a one to one basis. A parallel course for young people is also available. This mirrors the parenting course but with relevant issues and information for young people. We have vacancies for the next Parenting Skills course. Please call for details or to book a one to one session.
Availability:
Open All Year
Costs:
Cost by arrangement
Further Info:
  • Accessibility?: Yes
    • Our premises are on the second floor with no lift.
  • Admission Policy: Yes
    • Our courses, workshops and one to one sessions are open to all parents.
  • Any Other Languages: Yes
    • Conversation French and German, Polish can be arranged.
  • Bus Routes?: Yes
    • All routes that travel down Union Street. 5 minutes away from rail and bus stations.
  • Further Information: Yes
    • Parenting courses range from £60.00 for 6 x 2 hourly workshops. This course was commented on by H M Inspectors at an Aberdeenshire secondary school as an example of 'best practice'. The link between the Parenting Course to a Young Persons Course was thought to be particularly effective. The young person can go through a similar series of workshops with the expectancy that the family can discuss each others experiences and learn from each other, particularly as their communication skills build.
  • Referral Policy: Yes
    • Any agency can refer parents to us. Often, referrals come from schools where children are showing behavioural problems or from community centres where the community workers experience behavioural problems.