“I have gained new insights and tips on how to deal with my children. I’m sure every parent can learn something new or get tips from other parents’ experience.”
— Angeline B, Mother, Triple P Level 2 Primary participant
Thanks to decades of rigorous and ongoing scientific research, the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is regarded as one of the world’s most effective parenting programmes. Triple P is ranked by the United Nations as the #1 researched and evidenced parenting programme in the world. Triple P works for most families across cultures, countries and family situations. The Ministry of Social and Family Development has found that parents who attended Triple P are more confident in their parenting, have lowered parenting stress and reduced behavioural problems in children (Source).
Now tailored for grandparents, Triple P gives you simple and practical strategies to help you confidently manage your grandchildren’s behaviour, prevent problems developing and build strong, healthy relationships within the family.
Seminars are conducted in person at the following location:
508 Bedok North Ave 3, #01-369, Singapore 460508
|1||Power of Positive Grandparenting||Thursday, 13 Apr 2023|
9 am – 10.30 am
|2||Raising Confident, Competent Grandchildren||Thursday, 20 Apr 2023|
9 am – 10.30 am
|3||Raising Resilient Grandchildren||Thursday, 27 Apr 2023|
9 am – 10.30 am
The POWER OF POSITIVE GRANDPARENTING provides the building blocks for the programme as it introduces grandparents to five core principles of positive grandparenting:
RAISING CONFIDENT, COMPETENT GRANDCHILDREN builds on the foundation seminar and shows grandparents how you can use positive parenting principles to teach grandchildren important values and skills, including encouraging respect, cooperation, getting on with others, learning to be independent, developing a healthy self-esteem and learning to become good problem-solvers. These competencies enable grandchildren to do well both in school and beyond.
RAISING RESILIENT GRANDCHILDREN focuses on helping grandchildren learn emotion regulation skills. Grandparents are often uncertain about how to respond to grandchildren’s expression of emotions in ways that help grandchildren learn to manage their feelings. This seminar deals with how to help grandchildren:
About the Trainer
Ms Harjit Kaur has been a Trainer in schools for the last 20 years. She has been happily married for 24 years and is a mother of two children. She is passionate about family wellness and is a strong advocate for quality family life. As an accredited Triple P practitioner, Harjit has been actively conducting Levels 2, 3 and 4 for parents since 2014. Her easy going and highly personable approach has endeared her to her clients who are from all walks of life. Some schools have even specially requested for her to conduct workshops for their staff and parents.
“We are not alone in parenting woes of our growing child with emotions and study blues. It helps to understand how to tackle daily issues with a child who cannot follow rules and limits.”
— Ong SL, Mother, Triple P Level 2 Primary participant
Triple P Level 2 Seminars are now free, fully subsidised by the Ministry of Social and Family Development
Registration closes 10 Apr 2023