||Brief Content Description
|Level 1Universal Level
||Universal prevention is aimed at all those who want to learn about education and promote good child development.
||General information and support for the implementation of positive educational strategies.
||Participants are informed and motivated with Triple-P materials(video, brochures and tips)
|Level 2Triple-P Counselling and Lectures
||This Level is addressed to parents who are informed about children's education, parents who want to know positive ways of raising children.
||Support, guidance and answers to parents' questions. A counselling or, when the case requires, several.
||Three lectures on positive education with a final round of free talks on educational themes and Triple-P strategies.
|Level 3Triple-P Short counselling with default exercises
||Parents who have specific questions related to the behaviour or development of their children.
||Parents who want to learn certain educational strategies. Through active training and brief counselling, the Triple-P trainer presents some positive strategies for parents.
||At this level, up to 4 short counsellors can be trained with a Triple-P trainer.
|Level 4Triple-P Parent Training
||Intensive program for parents who want to learn how to better master their children’s behaviour problem. This level goes on three variants: for parents with children up to 12 years old, teenagers and children with a slight degree of disability.
||The program is presented and supported only by Triple-P Classified Staff. It is centred on the interaction between parents and children. Mediation of parents using educational strategies, the spectrum being wider than in the previous level.
||4 Group meetings and 4 phone sessions over an 8-week period.Individual training over a longer period of time.
|Level 5Triple-P Plus
||Parents who attended Triple-P Parental Training Level 4 and want more detailed counselling for more difficult issues (for example: family quarrels between partners).
||Individual and intensive educational counselling.
||Approximately 7-10 client-centred individual sessions.