Member Login
Login Forgot password?
 
  1. Only $49.99

    4 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now

    $49.99 4 hour co parenting class is preferred by most counties when mandated to take a parenting class during separation or divorce or if you have children and have never been married. Most counties mandate 4 hours MINIMUM. Instant certificate of completion. Start Now

  2. Only $69.99

    6 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now

    $69.99 Many counties mandate a 6 hour online co-parenting class as a minimum requirement. The 6 hour co-parenting covers all parenting topics in the 4 hour class as well as ages & stages, non-residential parenting and alienation. Instant certificate of completion. Start Now

  3. Only $89.99

    8 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now

    $89.99 If you are unsure which class to take to meet your court order, we recommend the 8 hour co parenting class. The 8 hour class covers all co parenting topics in the 6 hour class as well as finances, siblings and new relationships. Instant certificate of completion. Start Now

  4. Only $99.99

    10 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now

    $99.99 Comprehensive co-parenting class with an emphasis on conflict resolution. Conflict is a normal part of any relationships. Learning how to deal with conflict, rather than avoiding it, is crucial. Good for parents dealing with communication issues. Instant certificate of completion. Start Now

 

Complete online classes and
receive immediate certificate

Cooperative co-parenting gives your children continued stability in order to maintain relationships both parents and family members. If you remain calm, stay consistent, and work on conflict resolution, it is possible to maintain a cordial working relationship with your co parent for the benefit of your children.

It is essential that your children understand that they are more important than the conflicts between you and your co parent. Co-parenting is not about your feelings and hurt, but rather about your child's happiness, stability, and future well-being. Take care of yourself. Depending on your circumstances, your own emotional and physical energy may be low. Find ways to take care of yourself so you can fully care for your children. Your goal is to establish conflict-free communication, so whether talking via email, phone, or in person, the following may help you initiate and maintain effective communication:

  1. Step#1 Register & sign-in

    Sign-up for instant access to our County approved classes. Select your class and start in less than 1 minute.

  2. Step#2 Attend your class

    Complete our self-paced classes from the comfort of your home, office or mobile device.

  3. Step#3 Complete all quizzes

    Answer a series of multiple choice questions, and when you pass you'll receive an instant completion notice.

  4. Step#4 Receive your certificate

    Immediately download and print out your certificate. Simply login from your “My Profile” and click on the “Get Certificate”.

Your goal is to establish conflict-free communication to better parallel parent, so whether talking via email, phone, or in person, the following may help you initiate and maintain effective communication:
  • Use business-like tone. Approach the relationship with your co parent as a business partnership where your "business" is your children and their well-being. Use respect, neutrality and a cordial tone.
  • Ask, not demand. Approach your parent with a request or “would or will” rather than a demand of "I am".
  • Communicate. Listen, even you do not agree with your co parent. Listening does not signify approval; it shows respect to your co parent. Be slow and thoughtful when you speak.
  • Commit to succeed. Listen, communicate and use respect. Keep the conversation business-like and focused on your children. Keep your feelings out of the conversation.
Set the foundation for a positive co-parenting relationship:
  • Make it clear that you value your child's time with you and with your co parent.
  • Work out a fair and practical time sharing schedule as soon as possible.
  • Make a serious effort to live up to the terms of the time sharing agreement.
  • Tell your co parent in advance about necessary changes in plans.
  • Prepare your child in a positive way for each upcoming stay with your co parent.
  • Do not conduct custody, visitation, or support discussions when you meet to transfer your child.
  • Listen to your child concerning problems regarding your co parent, but encourage your child to communicate with the co parent directly.
  • Work on your problems with your co parent in private.
  • Try to be reasonably flexible in "trading off" to accommodate each other's needs.
  • Do not use your child as a confidant, messenger, bill collector, or spy.
Take care of yourself. Depending on your circumstances, your own emotional and physical energy may be low. Find ways to take care of yourself so you can fully care for your children.
 

Online Co Parenting Class Outline and Overview

 
Part 1: How Family Transition Affects Family Dynamics
  1. Helping Children Cope With Changes
  2. How to Decrease the Negative Effects of Change for Children
  3. Keys to Creating a Healthy and Stable Home Environment
  4. Talking to Other Adults About Raising Your Children Between Two Homes
  5. How Family Transition Affects Family Dynamics Quiz
Part 2: Impact of Family Transition On Children
  1. Age Appropriate Reactions of Children to Family Transition
  2. Common Responses for Ages and Stages
  3. Impact of Family Transition on Children Quiz
Part 3: Avoiding Common Parenting Mistakes
  1. Establish and maintain a business-like co-parenting relationship
  2. Strategies for keeping your children out of the middle
  3. Clarify Your Intentions
  4. Anger Management
  5. Coping with Anger
  6. Avoiding Common Parenting Mistakes Quiz
Part 4: Making Shared Parenting Work
  1. Creating secure attachments
  2. Benefits of co-parenting
  3. Conflict/ Financial Issues
  4. Medical
  5. Holidays & Events
  6. Making Shared Parenting Work Quiz
Part 5: Designing a Parenting Plan
  1. What is a Parenting Plan
  2. Writing up a Parenting Plan
  3. Making Your Parenting Plan Work
  4. Changing your plan/ Safety Focused Parenting Plans
  5. Designing a Parenting Plan Quiz
Part 6: Ages and Stages
  1. Remarriage (Cohabitation) Considerations
  2. Begin the Blended Family
  3. Roles of the Adults in a Blended Family
  4. When You Both Bring Children into the New Relationship
  5. The New Baby
Part 7: Non-Residential Parenting
  1. When You Are The Non-Residential Parent
  2. Coping With The Holidays
  3. Conflict
  4. Non-Residential Parenting Quiz
Part 8: Long Distance Parenting
  1. Initial Considerations
  2. A Commitment to Communicate
  3. Age Appropriate Recommendations for Long Distance Parenting
  4. Reuniting With Your Children
  5. Primary Residential Parents
  6. Long Distance Parenting Quiz
Part 9: Parental Alienation
  1. What is Parental Alienation
  2. Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)
  3. Sexual Allegations in Divorce/Separation (SAID)
  4. New Relationships and Alienation
  5. Parental Alienation Quiz
Part 10: Absentee Parents
  1. Reasons behind parental abandonment/absence
  2. What you can do as the remaining parent
  3. What you can say to your children
  4. Reunification
  5. Absentee Parents Quiz
Part 11: Financial Fairness
  1. Financial Considerations
  2. Child Support
  3. Dishonest Co-parents
  4. Cost Effective Co-parenting
  5. You and Single Finances
  6. Finances and a New Partner
  7. Financial Fairness Quiz
Part 12: New Relationships
  1. New Relationships and Dating
  2. Once You Have Started Dating
  3. Introducing Your New Partner to Your Children
  4. What if Your Children Object to Your New Partner?
  5. When Your Co-parent is Dating
  6. New Relationships Quiz
Part 13: Blended Families
  1. Remarriage (Cohabitation) Considerations
  2. Begin the Blended Family
  3. Roles of the Adults in a Blended Family
  4. When You Both Bring Children into the New Relationship
  5. The New Baby
Part 14: Character Building and Social Skills
  1. Conflict is a healthy and important factor in personal growth
  2. Benefits of conflict resolution skills
  3. Conflict Resolution vs. Anger Management
  4. Five Types of Conflict
  5. Responses to conflict
  6. Conflict Behavior
  7. Measuring Your Conflict Style
  8. De-Escalating Conflict or Violence
  9. Find the Difference Between Position and Interest/Need
 
  1. Only $49.99

    4 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now
  2. Only $69.99

    6 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now
  3. Only $89.99

    8 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now
  4. Only $99.99

    10 Hour Online Co Parenting

    Sign-up and Start Now
 
Online Divorce Classes
OnlineParentingPrograms.com

This online parenting class for divorcing parents is a nationally recognized program. Divorce classes are designed to educate co parents regarding issues children face when their family situation changes. Classes teach co parents how to help children adjust in a healthy way to divorce or living apart from a parent. We review information about children's developmental stages, helping children adjust to parent separation, cooperative parenting, conflict management and dispute resolution techniques, guidelines for visitation, parenting plans, and stress reduction for children.

Study on your schedule

Determine when and where you want to take the online classes! Make the most of your time! OnlineParentingPrograms.com has a liberal log in and log out feature that allows you to work and progress in the course at your convenience. Each class is programmed to return to the exact spot you last completed.

Court Acceptance Guaranteed

We offer a 30-day guarantee on all classes. In the event your certificate is not accepted, please contact us and we will research to validate with your county. If we cannot help you, we will offer a refund. Please review our Online Guarantee Policy for more details.

Nationwide certification

OnlineParentingPrograms.com is now approved in more states than any other online co-parenting provider. Online parenting classes satisfy national standards for a co-parenting education. Online parenting classes are widely accepted by county courts; however, if you are court ordered to take a parenting class, it is always best to check family court in your area to verify their acceptance of an online course. Each state, county, and individual judge may dictate different requirements.

When will I get my certificate?

IMMEDIATELY! Included with all Online Parenting Programs are your downloadable certificates. Once you complete your parenting program you will be able to immediately download and print out your certificate. Simply login from your “My Profile” and click on the “Get Certificate”.

Online Parenting Classes

Our online parenting classes are ideal for families needing to fulfill a requirement for court, those seeking personal growth, parallel parent or as part of a custody agreement, for social services and other related agencies. Nationally accepted, online parenting classes are the most widely accepted parenting programs in the country. Excellent learning experience for co parents seeking to deepen their understanding of the core concepts of being a quality co parent.

Online Anger Management for Co Parents

Our online anger management classes teach strategies that enable co parents to control their anger in the face of conflict. We focus on developing the ability to understand the perspective of others, to be aware of your emotional and physical state when you are angry and learn self-control along with relaxation techniques.

Learn more / Retain it longer

Taking this co-parenting class online allows you the freedom to determine your time schedule. You are in control of your progress and the schedule! Taking the online program when you are ready and prepared will enable you to learn more information and retain it longer. This course will provide you a great opportunity to succeed, gain valuable parenting tools and co-parenting skills.

Extended customer support

OnlineParentingPrograms.com offers multiple ways to contact us with questions or concerns related to our online parenting programs. Please use the "contact us" form, call our toll free number, or chat with us online. We offer extended customer support hours to fit your busy schedule.

Successful results

OnlineParentingPrograms.com designed these co-parenting programs to create an experience that will provide co-parents with new tools to better communicate and create a positive family environment. Parents in over 500 counties in all 50 states across the nation have participated in OnlineParentingPrograms Online Educational Programs. Read what they have to say.

Keys to success

We want you to succeed! Often, parents are ordered by the court to take a parenting class as a requirement for divorce proceedings. OnlineParentingPrograms.com offers classes designed to meet these requirements at your convenience. This program assists you in reducing conflict, building better communication, developing closer relationships between parents and children, reducing stress and allowing for a better adjustment throughout the different stages of divorce. This class satisfies the national standards of a co-parenting education and family stabilization course and is widely accepted by courts.