Carson City, Nevada (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
OnlineParentingPrograms.com is reporting a noticeable increase in parents registering for multiple online parenting program. Over the past three months at least one in ten parents registering for an online program are seeking additional class material. Leading the trend are multi-hour online parenting skills programs. Conflict management programs, are a close second. This trend is not surprising to OnlineParentingPrograms.com, as they recently reported a 19% increase in sales just last month. It is clear that family courts across the country are actively embracing online programs as an additional resource in educating parents who are mandated to attend co-parenting programs.
It is important to note that along with parents seeking multiple classes, OnlineParentingPrograms.com is also observing a trend in parents signing up for extended programs. This means that parents mandated to attend a four hour program from the court, are signing up for a six, eight or ten hour program and receiving additional help, information and certification.
"Effective parenting has never been more important to a family’s success than today as it will shape the coming generations, and the way the next generation will behave, affecting the world around them and it looks like our family courts and our parents are responding,” stated Lori LaVigne, Education Director. “OnlineParentinPrograms.com researched based programs have had excellent success with assisting parents in transition across the country, offering options to the family courts we feel is a great benefit to families across the country.”
OnlineParentingPrograms.com is dedicated to better educating and supporting families. We work with experts across the country to educate families in transition. For more information on our experts or for additional questions regarding Extended learning Center, Inc. visit OnlineParentingPrograms.com.
Media interested in setting up an interview with Extended Learning Center, Inc. representatives regarding the online program should contact Michelle Muncy in the development planning office (866-504-2883 or michelle (at)OnlineParentingPrograms(dot)com).