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Triple P – Positive Parenting Program

Parenting can be hard work; it’s okay to ask for help and free help is available.

Triple P - Positive Parenting Program is a world-renowned program that helps make raising children and teenagers easier. 

It is available free of charge and on a voluntary basis to all Queensland parents and carers of children up to 16 years.

No matter what stage of life your child is at or what challenges you’re facing, Triple P can help you learn simple but proven ways to parent more effectively and give your children the best opportunity to reach their full potential.

The program will give you practical skills and tools, and help build the confidence you need, to: 

  • manage your children’s behaviour
  • set family routines and rules that everyone follows
  • develop positive relationships, so you can get along well with your kids and argue less
  • raise happy, healthy and confident children
  • balance work and family without stress
  • create a happy, safe environment where your family can thrive.

What support is available?

How much support and what support you receive is totally up to you.   

The program consists of a range of seminars, group workshops and one-on-one consultations, delivered as either one-off sessions or as part of a series of sessions over several weeks or months.

It also includes Triple P Online, an intensive, self-paced online course for parents to learn about the full suite of Triple P parenting strategies. 

The range of options available means you can receive as much or as little help as you like, depending on your individual preferences and situation.

How can I access Triple P for free?

Free Triple P seminars, workshops and courses are being rolled out progressively across Queensland.

Visit the Triple P Queensland website to learn more about the program and to find out when a free Triple P session is being delivered in your local area.

You can also search for a free Triple P provider in your local area.

You can register for the Triple P Online parenting course at any time via the Triple P Queensland website. 

Free access to the program is part of a 2-year Queensland Government trial and will be available to Queensland families until August 2017.

Register your interest in hosting a free Triple P seminar

Would you like to have a seminar at your school, kindergarten, workplace or somewhere else? 

Expressions of interest are being sought from Queensland schools, kindergartens, childcare centres and community organisations to host a free Triple P seminar for parents and carers in their local community.

Employers are also being invited to register their interest in hosting a free Triple P seminar for parents and carers in their workplace. 

Find out more and register your interest.

Free training to become an accredited Triple P provider

Free staff training in the program is available for individuals, community and government organisations across Queensland that provide family and parenting support.

Around 600 providers will be trained to deliver Triple P seminars, discussion groups, group programs and one-on-one consultations to Queensland parents and carers of children up to 16 years.

Providers will also have access to free resources, as well as ongoing clinical and implementation support from the Triple P project team.

Visit the Triple P training and enrolment calendar to find out more and register your interest in being trained to become an accredited Triple P provider.

Support for parents

Parents requiring support can find help from many community organisations that can provide assistance and other resources.

Do you work with families and parents?

Free training is now available for practitioners, professionals and organisations that work with families and parents to become accredited providers of the Triple P program to Queensland mums, dads and carers.

Find out more.

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Last updated:
11 April 2016

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