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Online Parent Class is a highly acclaimed national provider for parenting and co-parenting classes. We believe that parenting is the most important job a person can have! Our programs are designed to teach the proactive skills necessary to raise resilient, empathetic, socially aware and confident children. We are an ideal source to accomplish your court, CPS, probation or personal growth needs and requirements. Our co-parenting classes specifically educate divorcing parents on how to effectively communicate with an ex, set up a parenting plan and handle difficult situations. Once enrolled, each student can immediately access a proof of enrollment form to show the court. When the class is successfully completed, the student can download a Certificate of Completion and we send the hard copy in the mail to you at no additional cost.

While we have participants taking our program throughout many counties and cities in the state of Arizona. Some of the most common areas include: Avondale, Casa Grande, Cave Creek, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Lake Havasu City, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Prescott, Scottsdale, Surprise, Tempe and Tucson.

Program Price
Parenting Class $95.00 Register For Parenting Class
6 hour Parenting Class $125.00 Register For 6 hour Parenting Class
Advanced 10 Hour Parenting Class $195.00 Register For Advanced 10 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 12 Hour Parenting Class $245.00 Register For Advanced 12 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 16 Hour Parenting Class $295.00 Register For Advanced 16 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 26 Hour Parenting Class $395.00 Register For Advanced 26 Hour Parenting Class

Our programs come with our satisfaction guarantee, so there is no risk in taking our online courses. Our online parenting classes are available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Our courses are available in all 50 U.S. states, Canada, and abroad. We also provide a course syllabus which can be reviewed as well as 24-hour and phone support. Get started today!

Arizona Online Parenting Class Highlights:

Why Take Our Parent Education Class?

As the number of divorces have grown over the decades, the court system has become aware that parental conflict related to divorce or a lack of general parenting skills is a major concern in a child's short-term and long-term emotional health. Our online parent classes utilize the most current research to teach and improve upon parenting skills. Taking our program online from the convenience of your own home allows busy caregivers to choose when they want to take the time to learn the material so they don't have to miss work, school or family commitments. Our class can be accessed from any Internet connected computer device, from any location and at any time of the day or night. Online Parent Class for Arizona eliminates the hassle of getting to a classroom, dealing with other disruptive students and finding child care. It's a private, quiet and easy way to learn on your own schedule.

100% Online

Need to fulfill a requirement quickly? All the student needs to do is register from any computer device, read through the material, take short T/F quizzes and pass the final exam with a 70% or better. The final can be retaken without any additional cost. There are no books, workbooks, paperwork or pages to download. It's a quick, organized and effective way to accomplish the mandate.

Arizona Laws

If you are going through a divorce in Arizona, it is mandatory that both parties attend a court mandated co-parenting class. If one party doesn't fulfill this requirement, he or she may not be able to obtain custody or time with the child. The parents cannot attend the same class. A.R.S. ยง 25-351 In order to file for dissolution, at least one of the parties must be a resident of the state for at least 90 days prior to the filing. As of January 1, 2013, Arizona changed its child custody laws. The word "custody" is now completely removed from the statutes so instead the court awards "legal decision-making" and "parenting time." The judge has the ability to make the decision-making equal or even give one parent the entire authority. A major change in the law is that while in the past judges looked at who historically provided the primary care for the child, now they are to look at the bigger picture including the "past, present and potential future relationship between the parent and child."

Arizona Parenting Plans

Arizona law requires that both parents agree to a parenting plan. This includes how decisions on education, health and religion will be made. Also, a residential plan that specifies a schedule of physical and visitation custody. They also must agree on a way to resolve future disputes either through a mediator, counselor, or clergy member before going back to court.

Arizona Client Review

"This class was great! My judge reviewed the course syllabus and allowed me to take this online program because of my busy work schedule. I was able to get it done over a weekend and resume my regular visitation the following week. It was easy to understand and I learned some valuable new skills." Stephen B. - Mesa, AZ