Tips for Parents

HDE- 103WA

Conducted in English + English Caption & Handbook

This Course includes a downloadable study guide, 30+ minutes video (5 lectures), discussion questions, review quizzes, and a certificate of completion at the end of this course. Courses are accessible on mobile, PC, and Mac users. Online teacher assisting service is also available to help answer any course material questions.

Course Description:

  • Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the ministry partnership between parents and youth workers.
  • Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid parents and youth workers in establishing healthy dialog and communicating ministry expectations.
  •  Assists in clarifying the ministry roles of parents and youth workers, and helping parents identify and establish healthy relationship boundaries in the youth ministry context.
  •  The material in this class could serve as a foundation for training among youth parents.
  • Self-paced, 24/7 access, and 30-day completion.

Please Note Prerequisites: Tips for Youth Workers (HDE-104WA) or HD with Parents and Youth (tips for Parents) HDE-101WA

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Tips for Youth Workers

HDE-104WA

Conducted in English + English Caption & Handbook

This Course includes a downloadable study guide, 30+ minutes video (5 lectures), discussion questions, review quizzes, and a certificate of completion at the end of this course. Courses are accessible on mobile, PC, and Mac users. Online teacher assisting service is also available to help answer any course material questions.

Course Description:

  • Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the ministry partnership between youth parents and youth workers.
  • Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid youth parents and youth workers in establishing healthy dialog and communicating ministry expectations.
  • Assists in clarifying the ministry roles of youth parents and youth workers, and helping youth workers identify and establish healthy relationship boundaries in their ministry context.
  •  Provides tools to youth workers in communicating with youth parents and youth.
  •  Material could serve as a foundation for leadership training among future youth workers.
  • Self-paced, 24/7 access, and 30-day completion.

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TIPS FOR BOTH YOUTH WORKER AND PARENTS BUNDLE

HDE-103 + 104

Conducted in English + English Caption & Handbook

This Bundle Course includes two downloadable study guides, 60+ minutes video (10 lectures), discussion questions, review quizzes, and a certificate of completion at the end of this course. Courses are accessible on mobile, PC, and Mac users. Online teacher assisting service is also available to help answer any course material questions.

Course Description:

  • Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the ministry partnership between youth parents and youth workers.
  • Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid youth parents and youth workers in establishing healthy dialogue and communicating ministry expectations.
  • Assists in clarifying the ministry roles of youth parents and youth workers, and helping them identify and establish healthy relationship boundaries in the youth ministry context.
  • Provides tools to youth workers and parents in communicating with each other.
  • The material could serve as a foundation for leadership training among youth workers and parents.
  • Self-paced, 24/7 access, and 30-day completion.

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