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Six New Training Courses Added

Monday, April 27, 2015
Tags: courses new training announcements
New Training Courses Available

We've added 6 new training courses this week. We continue to fufill our promise of continuously updating and adding new courses through the year.

This week's additions include many different subjects which will help foster parents deal with many difficult situations which can happen while raising a child. From knowing what to do when your child is burnt to dealing with bullies, we are here to help ease the minds of foster parents by helping teach them how to best react to these difficult situations

As we approach our one year anniversary of we would like to thank all of the amazing foster parents who have used and enjoyed our courses in our first year. We always love hearing feedback so please feel free to drop us a line at any time. The team here always loves to hear from all foster parents and we strive to provide the best possible service.

Sixteen New Training Courses Added

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Tags: courses new training announcements
New Training Courses Available

At we know what a challenge being a foster or adoptive parent can be. We understand that every child is different, and every family unique - and the difficulties that a family faces may come in a wide-variety of different forms. That's why we are continuously adding courses to our catalog; courses that cover plethora of topics.

If your family needs help understanding or dealing with a difficult scenario, our goal is to have a course that will provide valuable information and comfort to you.

To this end, we have recently added sixteen (16) new courses for your selection:

Ways to Build your Child's Self-Esteem
Techniques to help build a child's self-esteem
Caring for your Newborn
Taking care of a newborn can be daunting, this course covers simple care and plans for emergencies
Top Tips for Parents
Tips for dealing with teens and children with learning disabilities
How to Protect your Children from Child Abuse - A Parent's Guide
A informative guide about how to protect your child from potential abuse
Parenting a Child Who Has Been Sexually Abused: A Guide for Foster and Adoptive Parents
How to help and care for children that have been victims of sexual abuse
Choosing Safe Toys
Identify toys that could be hazardous to your child
Fire Safety
Be prepared for a fire emergency
Food Safety for Your Family
Food borne illnesses can be deadly, protect your child by handling, preparing, and storing food properly
Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect
A discussion about how abuse and/or neglect can have long term health, psychological, and behavioral impacts
Computer-Related Repetitive Stress Injuries
A discussion about computer-related injuries and how to avoid them
Internet Safety
How to keep your kids safe while using the Internet
Medications: Using Them Safely
Instructions for keep kids safe from abuse of medication
Auto Safety
How to keep your child safe; a discussion about car seats and auto safety
Staying Healthy While You Travel
A detailed discussion about keeping your child healthy and safe when traveling
Sun Safety
Prevent harmful over-exposure to the sun and how to care for a child that has experienced sun burns
Choking (what to do)
How to prevent choking and how to treat a choking victim

If there is a foster care related topic that you'd like to learn more about, please let us know and we'll work on adding it to our catalog.

The Foster Training Blog is Alive

Monday, March 2, 2015
Tags: blog new stuff

We're excited to announce that officially has a blog. This will be the place for us to write about new training courses and a variety of information related foster parenting.

We hope to make this blog a source of valuable information for foster parents and potential foster parents alike. We know that fostering a child is not an easy task. We try to provide quality training courses that will help educate our subscribers and make them better caregivers. As they say "it takes a village to raise a child" and we are here to help support and nurture foster families.

We encourage your input as well. If there are topics that you'd like us to write about, please utilize the contact form found through out site. Also keep your eyes peeled for some goodies like promo codes and other offers that may soon follow.

Thanks - The Team