Looking for a Parenting course?

Looking for a parenting course? click on the courses titles below to find out more.

Family Links Programme Wednesdays 27 February to 22 May 2019 . Family Links is a 11-week Parenting Programme, offering simple effective tools to help parents and children understand and manage feelings and behaviour.

Welcare Child and Family Support Service Mondays, 9 September to 9 December 2019. Welcare deliver Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) as part of the curriculum offer from Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College.

Early Help Offer parenting courses can be requested through the council by filling in a CFAN form and sending or emailing it to Early Help. Make sure you state clearly that you are looking for a parenting course and why.

The Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Programme group-based course open to parents/guardians with children up to the age of 18. Please contact for further details of when the next course will be available and how to enrol.

Family Links Nurturing Programme run termly by your local Children's Centre, Family Links is a parenting programme, offering simple effective tools to help parents and children understand and manage feelings and behaviour. This  is aimed at families who are resident in Hounslow and have at least one child under the age of 5 years.

Incredible Years Parenting Programme has been shown to be helpful for parents who would like support to manage their child’s behaviour. It has also shown to be effective for children who have significant behavioural difficulties, as well as those with conduct disorders and diagnosis such as ADHD.

Peep Learning Together Programme (LTP) offers an effective way of helping parents and carers to improve their children’s life chances, by making the most of everyday learning opportunities – listening, talking, playing, singing and sharing books and stories together 

Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities (EPEC) The ‘Being a Parent’ courses are for parents with children aged between 2-11. They are intended to support you in understanding your child’s feelings and behaviour and learn effective strategies to promote children’s positive behaviour, development and communication skills.

ZAP is a free one-day workshop for children and young people aged 9-16 who have experienced bullying, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. These are offered by Kidscape and run fortnightly.

Family Lives offer online parenting courses - six interactive blocks filled with helpful techniques and ideas that we know will help you become a more confident and happy parent

Parent Channel TV is a free video service designed to support and encourage parents and carers of children from ages 0-19, with a collection of over 200 videos addressing day-to-day questions and concerns spanning well-being, behaviour and learning

Kids Come First® is a support forum for separated parents that offers mindful, confidential group and private workshops

Parents of tweens is an online free parent program that guides parents through topics that provide skills to build a childs resilience and resistance to hypersexualised culture and the impact of pornography. Aimed at parents of children aged 9 to 12