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Family Partnership

Developed by the Centre for Parent and Child Support (UK), the Family Partnership Model (FPM) supports those working with families to develop effective partnerships with parents and use a clearly structured, flexible, relational and goal orientated approach to help them achieve the best possible outcomes.

Learning gained from FPM training enables participants to:

  • build on and combine family strengths and expertise;
  • apply and enhance their own qualities and skills and,
  • use the tasks of helping to enable parents and families to change and achieve the best for their children and themselves.

The FPM has been rigorously tested in a variety of international settings and is now used widely across Australia.

Training is subsidised.

FPM Training Schedule

FPM Foundation Training is a five-day course. One course will be offered each year in 2015, 2016 and 2017. 

The 2017 FPM training course will be run on 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 June, 2017.

Training Fees: FPM Training (5 Days)

 --- Foundation Fees

EOI Form for FPM Training in 2017

Platforms Service Redevelopment Framework (Platforms) Training

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