The North Carolina Parenting Education Network (NCPEN) is an unfunded collaborative of parenting educators, and child and family focused organizations that provides advocacy and support for parenting educators and works to advance the field of parenting education in NC to promote quality outcomes for all families.
2013 Spring Forum
*REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED*
The 2013 NCPEN Spring Forum will be held on Tuesday, April 23rd from 9:30-3:30 at the Greensboro Children’s Museum in Greensboro, NC. This professional development and networking event is designed for parenting educators and others who work with families including teachers, counselors, coaches, students, childcare providers, social workers, health providers, etc.
The theme of the Forum is “A View from All Sides.” This year’s keynote speaker, Dayle Lynn Pomerantz, parenting expert, educator, and author, will discuss Building Communities for Families. The forum will also include sessions and posters presented by various parenting educators that will give participants a view from all sides of the parenting education field. Participants will have an opportunity to showcase their program and services, and network with others.
Cost: $15 NCPEN Member, $10 Student, $20 Non-NCPEN Member
North Carolina Parenting Educator Credential
*Next application deadline is January 20th, 2013.
The North Carolina Parenting Education Network proudly offers a recognition system that is inclusive of a range of parenting practitioners. Professional parenting educator applicants can select from the following credentials: Qualified Professional Parenting Educator, Associate Professional Parenting Educator, Paraprofessional Parenting Educator. Peer parenting educator applicants can select from the following credentials: Advanced, Intermediate, and Primary.