Certificate Program in Parent Education

The certificate program in parent education teaches the content, design, preparation, and facilitation of parenting workshops. Adlerian theory and best practice in parent education will be covered through both academic and experiential learning. Full certification is granted on the completion of an 8-week STEP parenting workshop as co-facilitator. The Parent Education Program credential indicates that the recipient has met all of the standards and requirements for the practice of Adlerian Parenting Education in the Province of British Columbia. The credential is awarded by The Alfred Adler Institute and recognized by Adlerian peers and practitioners through the Adlerian Psychology Association of BC.

Coursework

  • Introduction to Adlerian Psychology (2 credits)
  • Introduction to Basic Principles of Adlerian Parenting (1 credit)
  • Basic skills in Adult Education (0.5 credit)
  • Group Dynamics/Group Facilitation Skills (0.5 credit)
  • For course description click here

Prerequisites

  • Member of the Adlerian Psychology Association of British Columbia (APABC) click here
  • Completion of an 8-week STEP parenting program click here
  • Current criminal record check (vulnerable sector)
  • Interview with the Program director

2017 Dates

September 16, 17, 30, October 1st (Saturday & Sunday)
October 15, 22 (Sunday)
TBA (Sunday)

9 am – 4 pm each day

Venue

The Adler Centre

Cost

$1,330 (inc. non-refundable registration fee of $150)

Faculty

James Skinner, M.Ed., CAC, CPF
Chris Shelley, PhD, CAC, CCC-S
Letitia Lipp, M.Ed., CPF

For faculty biographies click here


2015 Institute Catalogue

“The educator must believe in the potential power of his pupil, and he must employ all his art in seeking to bring his pupil to experience this power.”
– Alfred Adler