- Examining the Roles, Training, and Characteristics of Paraprofessionals in Parenting Education by Sandra McClintic and Lorna Durrant, 2016
- Reimbursement for Parenting Education Services to Promote Family Health and Wellbeing by Stephanie Jones, Kimberly Allen and Jenna K. Barnes, 2016
- Recognizing Diverse Roles and Identifying Competencies for Parenting Educators Presentation to Northwest Council on Family Relations Conference, April, 2014
- A Closer Look at Diverse Roles of Practitioners in Parenting Education: Peer Educators, Paraprofessionals and Professionals by Stephanie T. Jones, Mary Kay Stranik, M. Gayle Hart, Sandra McClintic and Judith Rae Wolf, 2013 (PDF)
- Framework for Understanding Parenting Educator Professional Preparation and Recognition
- Competencies of a Parent Educator: What Does a Parent Educator Need to Know and Do? by Betty Cooke
- Professional Preparation Systems for Parenting Educators: Identification, Perceived Value, and Demand for a National Credential by Heidi E. Stolz, Teri M. Henke, Denise J. Brandon, Juli M. Sams
- Parenting Educator Credentialing System Matrix 2016
- Parenting Educator Credentialing Systems Matrix Worksheet
ALERT: Reviewers Needed for NPEN’s Parenting Educator Competencies Resource Document
Members of NPEN’s Professional Preparation & Recognition Committee have drafted the NPEN Parenting Educator Competencies Resource Document to help professionalize parenting education. We hope this document will ultimately bring consensus and greater continuity to the field while honoring the diversity that makes our professional community so rich and valuable. We believe that some competencies in each area are essential and should be possessed by everyone who aligns with the profession. Beyond the basic competencies, there are expanding levels to the competencies. Our committee has yet to tackle this important discussion.
Before we proceed with identifying levels, we need input from YOU, our peers, and our colleagues. Please carefully review and comment on the document. We will be soliciting feedback for a period of 6 months. We hope you will take a few minutes to contact your colleagues and invite them to do the same. Your assistance is greatly appreciated!
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