Keep a printed and electronic copy for future reference. Forward a copy of the certificate to your attorney, if you have retained one. If you do not have an attorney, provide a copy to the court administration office where you case is filed. If you are completing online dissolution documents, attach a copy of the Certificate of Completion to your Joint Petition.
The Impact Parent Education course provides an immediately downloadable certificate, that can be printed, and an electronic copy can be forwarded to your attorney.
Click the registration button, enter your information, pay for the course with the credit card of your choice, and set up your account so you can enter the course as many times as you need. ** Please be sure your email address is correct and you write down your password for repeated access to your course. Also, please use the name listed on your court order with the correct capitalization so your Certificate of Completion is correct. The system uses your name as listed on [...]
Yes, the course provides a full-color 80-page Parent Education E-Book with co-parenting resources. There is a section on how to provide support for children by age group, suggestions for parenting plans and parenting time schedules, and resources to improve child-centered communication between parents.
The Impact Parent Education program is approved by the Minnesota Supreme Court and meets all statutory requirements.
Legal matters include court hearings and procedures, custody, divorce financial considerations, child support, Alternative Dispute Resolution methods, domestic violence, and divorce financial considerations. Parenting matters include parenting time, parental conflict, child-centered decision-making, loyalty conflicts and alienation, decreasing competition between parents, addressing the emotional needs of children, and blended family challenges. Parental topics include conflict resolution, communication, stress reduction, how grief stages of divorce differ from other grief processes, and suggestions to help manage the emotions that are part of the healing process.
No, the course is easy to navigate and there is no need for special internet connections.
Is Impact Parent Education the same program as Impact-based Parent Education for Divorce and Separating Parents?
Yes, it is the same. The name of the course was simplified to Impact Parent Education.
Approximately five hours.
Depending on the structure of the course, time commitments will vary.