Court-Approved Parent Education

Impact Parent Education

Our online divorce and parent education program helps married and unmarried parents discover ways to improve co-parenting.  It can help you understand the emotions of relationship breakup and the dynamics of divorce. Learn how you can make co-parenting less stressful and reduce the effects of parental conflict on children.  This program will also help you work more efficiently with the courts and your attorney.  

Impact Parent Education gives practical information that is easy to understand.  It is a stress-free online class taken in the privacy of your home.  This course meets all Minnesota Supreme Court requirements for court-ordered parent education.  

Most Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

The course is $60.  Use the easy registration process and pay by any credit card.

How long will the course take?

Approximately 4 hours.

How do I access it?

Once you have registered and paid for the class, your payment receipt will include the link and password to the coursework page.  You can use this password to access the course from anywhere with an internet connection.  

What happens if I lose my link?

Putting your course link where you can easily access it is recommended, but if you lose it, use the contact form here and your link will be promptly emailed to you.

Can I use a mobile device? (Android tablet, iPad or mobile phone)

Yes, the video teachings are mobile friendly  

Are there repeated tests like other programs?

There are evaluations to help you learn and test your knowledge.  The course has videos and printable materials and resources support and help you.

How do I get my Certificate of Completion?

Once your evaluation is reviewed by your facilitator, your certificate will be emailed to you that you can forward to your attorney, or if not represented by an attorney, file a printed copy where you case is filed.

Reviews for Impact Parent Education

"I liked that the course was very relevant and it kept the information flowing without getting monotonous or boring or overwhelming. Lots of common sense! The handbook is chock full of great information." (Sarah L. July of 2016)


Our kids are doing quite well, considering the circumstances. They are both very loved and have so far talked openly about the upcoming divorce.  To make things easier, I need to stay focused on the kids and our future, and stop getting so caught up in the process we're going through.  (Erick J. August 2017)