Parenting in the Digital Age programme from The Parent Zone

Parenting in the Digital Age Website

The Parent Zone have been working hard on developing a dedicated Parenting in the Digital Age (PitDA for short) website – a website that professionals and parents alike can make their go to site for information and advice.  The website hosts lots of information and resources based on the Who, What and Where approach to help parents, and the professionals working with parents, to take their offline parenting skills to the online world. 

Here is the link to explore more: http://www.pitda.co.uk/

PitDA Facilitator Training:

The Parent Zone train professionals to be PitDA facilitators to deliver the programme to parents using a parent friendly approach.  PitDA teaches simple techniques based on the authoritative parenting style to give parents a framework to help them to parent in the online world.  

If you are a professional interested in learning more about the Who, What and Where approach to working with parents in the world of online safety, then consider attending one of the Parent Zones training courses.

The PitDA facilitator course is currently being offered in

  • London 12th March at CEOP Headquarters
  • Liverpool 2nd April
  • Bristol 13th May
  • Cambridge 5th June at IWF

If you are interested in training to be a PitDA facilitator, contact Jemma at jemma@theparentzone.co.uk to book a place.

Any questions you may have about the PitDA programme, please get in touch with Catherine at catherine@theparentzone.co.uk or ring the office on 020 7704 0415. 

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