Parental Involvement Conference Process & Benefits
“I Care” Parental Involvement Certification
“I Care” Parental Involvement Certification is a 40 hour Train-the-Trainer process that consists of a Phase I (2 1/2 days--20 hours) and a Phase II (2 1/2 days--20 hours). One must attend two conferences to complete the certification process. The conferences are usually held in June and December each year at various locations, such as San Antonio, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Atlanta, Georgia; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phoenix, Arizona; Atlantic City, New Jersey; etc.
The Benefits of Certification
“I Care” Parental Involvement Certification Will . . .
. . . Prepare You to:
- Lead parental involvement, character development, and community involvement initiatives with confidence.
- Effectively implement “I Care” Positive Parenting Character Curricula with a passion.
- Teach schools, families, and communities how to simultaneously teach, document, reinforce, and model character development.
. . . Provide You With:
- In depth knowledge about the “I Care” Methodology, strategies, and implementation practices that boost parental involvement.
- Multiple opportunities to network with and learn from parental involvement resources from around the country.
. . . Enable You to:
- Become an expert on numerically measuring parental involvement, character development, and community involvement.
- Enhance your parental involvement facilitation skills.
Advanced “I Care” Training
Advanced “I Care” Training is for those who have completed the “I Care” certification process and desire to:
- Continuously improve their facilitation and leadership skills
- Stay abreast of the current research about parental involvement, character development, and community involvement and how to apply it.
- Learn about new “I Care” Curricula developments and measures and how to implement them.
- Network with and learn from national parental involvement resources