Empowering parents as advocates
Help parents build stronger partnerships and unlock the key to educational advocacy and parent empowerment - free workshop
Empowering parents as advocates: building strong partnerships
16 April 2024 | 4.00pm-5.00pm | Online
Designed for educators, this free short session focuses on equipping parents with the knowledge and skills to become effective advocates for their children's education.?
The workshop provides attendees with:
- an understanding of the concept of educational advocacy and its importance in fostering positive educational experiences for children.
- practical skills and strategies that parents can use to become effective advocates for children's education
- the knowledge and confidence to actively support parents to engage with educational institutions, ensuring their voices are heard and their concerns addressed, leading to a more collaborative and supportive learning environment.
Who will benefit from attending?
This workshop is ideal for educators working with families including those who work in:
- adult and community education
- arts organisations
- early years
- further education
- health settings
- heritage venues
- local authorities
- museums and galleries
This workshop will be delivered by Stacy Mann, Campaign for Learning's Senior Adviser for Families, Early Years and Childcare.
How to book
This workshop is free for members of the National Centre for Family Learning, which is free to join. Please note if you already have an account on the Campaign for Learning's website, you will need to email us on [email protected] to be activated as a member of the National Centre for Family Learning.
Registration not available.