Online Parenting Class for North Dakota
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Is Distance Learning (an Online Class) Permitted in my County?
In some cases the divorce court of a particular county may disallow distance learning, meaning that the Parent Education Course cannot be taken with an online provider. Below is a listing of all North Dakota counties. Those represented in red are specifically known to reject certificates from online providers:
- Adams County
- Barnes County
- Benson County
- Billings County
- Bottineau County
- Bowman County
- Burke County
- Burleigh County
- Cass County
- Cavalier County
- Dickey County
- Divide County
- Dunn County
- Eddy County
- Emmons County
- Foster County
- Golden Valley County
- Grand Forks County
- Grant County
- Griggs County
- Hettinger County
- Kidder County
- LaMoure County
- Logan County
- McHenry County
- McIntosh County
- McKenzie County
- McLean County
- Mercer County
- Morton County
- Mountrail County
- Nelson County
- Oliver County
- Pembina County
- Pierce County
- Ramsey County
- Ransom County
- Renville County
- Richland County
- Rolette County
- Sargent County
- Sheridan County
- Sioux County
- Slope County
- Stark County
- Steele County
- Stutsman County
- Towner County
- Traill County
- Walsh County
- Ward County
- Wells County
- Williams County
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Positive Parenting Institute offers our most comprehensive, nationally accepted and completely online parenting class and parenting courses in North Dakota. If you are required to take a parenting or co-parenting course or parenting class Positive Parenting Institute’s Online Parenting Class is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for North Dakota on the Internet. If you are a single parent, a married couple, or a blended family or if you are going through a divorce our online course will save you time and money. Participants who complete our course will immediately receive our nationally recognized “Certificate of Completion”.
We have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities in the state of North Dakota.
Court Ordered Positive Parenting Certificate!
All of our Online Parenting Classes include instant access to your court approved certificate upon completion!
In today’s fast paced world it is often difficult to attend a high quality parenting class due to busy schedules and other personal demands. Positive Parenting Institute’s online class allows you to engage in and learn the very same parenting skills as you would receive in one of Positive Parenting Institute’s face to face classes except it is available in the comfort of your home. Positive Parenting Institute’s course is often preferred for court, legal, divorce, separation, mediation and personal growth opportunities.
Parenting Classes Online and Co-Parenting Courses in North Dakota
Our parenting courses are perfect for all court requirements, all legal requirements and are extremely helpful to improve interpersonal skills while improving parenting skills. Positive Parenting Institute’s effective parenting skills courses will improve your interpersonal relationships with your children while reinforcing appropriate interpersonal behavior.
Positive Parenting Institute’s online parent class uses a appropriate educational and interpersonal approaches for better parenting which were developed by Best Selling Author James A. Baker founder of www.BakerCommunications.com. Our parenting programs. workshops and courses are of the highest quality and will guarantee you of a quality learning experience.
How Positive Parenting Institute’s North Dakota Online Parenting Class Really Works
First, you must register for the parenting course. (Register Here) Once you have registered, you will receive immediate access to our exclusive Member's Only Area. Positive Parenting Institute’s online parenting class is completely self-paced and is available 24/7 from any web browser in North Dakota.
The average course time is four hours. You can logout at any time and then return to complete the course at your leisure. Positive Parenting Institute's Nationally Recognized “Certificate of Completion” is issued and is automatically available once you have completed the online parenting class. You will receive your certificate via the web which you can print from your own computer. We have NEVER had a self printed certificate refused by any court officer. EVER! We are a legitimate nationally recognized professional training organization.
North Dakota: Bismarck, Fargo-Moorehead, Grand Forks
Bismarck is often referred to as Bismarck-Mandan, as the city of Mandan is just 6 mi (10 km) across the Missouri River from Bismarck. As the capital city of North Dakota, Bismarck is rich with educational attractions, historic sites and cultural events. Architecture enthusiasts enjoy embarking on a guided tour of the State Capitol, a 19-story Art Deco building built in the 1930s.
Fargo-Moorhead ranks third (among small market MSAs) in the "Best U.S. Cities for Relocating a Families" study conducted by the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (ERC) and Primary Relocation, a Tennessee-based relocation firm. The study includes standard livability benchmarks like tax burdens, cost of living and crime rates and factors that are vital to new residents, such as how long it takes to qualify for in-state tuition. (May 2005)
The history of the City of Grand Forks is consistent with other cities in the region. After the Native Americans, the first visitors and settlers were trappers and traders, who utilized "les Grandes Fourches" to congregate and to set up a trading post. According to Jerome Tweton*, the "Frenchmen who earlier had been in the Sieur de la Verendrye expedition of 1734 selected Les Grandes Fourches as a rendezvous point for trappers." Many more gathered as the years went by; a significant number stayed.