Frequently asked questions

  1. Where do I go to sign-up and take the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?
  2. Are there any tests I will need to take?
  3. How long is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?
  4. When will I receive my certificate of completion?
  5. How do you know where to send my certificate of completion?
  6. What is on the certificate of completion?
  7. Is your Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course guaranteed to be accepted?
  8. Will I receive proof of enrollment in the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?
  9. What forms of payment do you accept?
  10. Am I able to start and stop the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course at any time?
  11. Is the information I submit through this website secure?
  12. Is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course available in Spanish or any other language?
  13. Is Course For Parents approved by the Florida Department of Children and Families to provide the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?
  14. Is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course required for all divorcees?
  15. We were never married but the court said that we have to take a parenting class. Is this the right class?
  16. I am going through a divorce and am required to take a parenting class before my divorce is finalized. Is this the right class?
1. Where do I go to sign-up and take the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?

The Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course is designed to be taken completely online. You do not need to make an appointment, visit an office, or make a phone call. You can click here to register and begin your course immediately.

Return to top
2. Are there any tests I will need to take?

If you live in the state of Florida, this course does require that you achieve a test score of 70% or higher before a certificate of completion is issued. You will be provided unlimited attempts to pass the test.

If you live in a state other than Florida, you are not required to complete any tests or evaluations in order to qualify for certification. You will, however, be given the option to complete a no-fail test at the end of your course. This test is offered for a nominal fee and allows us to indicate on your certificate of completion that you have successfully passed a knowledge assessment in addition to meeting the course requirements.

Return to top
3. How long is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?

You are required to spend a minimum of 4 to 16 hours reviewing the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course material depending on which option you select. You do not, however, need to accrue that time in one sitting. Once enrolled, you may start and stop the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course at your convenience.

Return to top
4. When will I receive my certificate of completion?

Certificates are instantly available for download and printing the moment you complete the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course. We will also immediately email a copy of your certificate to the provided email address. Emailed and downloaded certificates are always provided at no additional charge.

If you wish to be mailed an original document you will be given the option to purchase one at the end of your course for a nominal fee. This certificate is printed on premium paper and includes the course instructor's handwritten signature along with a raised, embossed seal.

Return to top
5. How do you know where to send my certificate of completion?

During registration we will ask for your personal email address as well as that of your employer, attorney, legal professional, judge, caseworker, probation officer, counselor, or other party that is requiring that you complete a Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course. Some individuals or offices may have already established a profile with our website, in which case you may only need to provide a Referral Code.

Should you choose to be mailed an original document you will also be asked to provide a mailing address, which can be different from the address printed on your certificate.

Return to top
6. What is on the certificate of completion?

Our certificate of completion comes on an exclusive document and includes a signature from the Course Instructor and our unique seal of certification. It will also include your name, date of birth, address, and the time requirement which was fulfilled. If you choose to take the optional test at the end of the course your certificate will also indicate that you have successfully passed a written knowledge assessment.

The certificate does not indicate that the program was completed online.

Return to top
7. Is your Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course guaranteed to be accepted?

Yes. While many participants take our online Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course for personal reasons, most will take this course to fulfill an occupational or legal requirement. We are very confident in the quality and acceptance of our program. If for any reason our Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course certificate is not accepted for an occupational or legal requirement we will refund your money in full with written proof of decline.

Return to top
8. Will I receive proof of enrollment in the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?

Yes. Proof of enrollment will be emailed to you at no additional charge upon successful enrollment in in the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course. Your proof of enrollment will also remain available for download from your Student Dashboard and can be accessed at any time by logging in to your profile.

Return to top
9. What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. This includes debit cards, credit cards, and pre-paid cards displaying these logos. Return to top
10. Am I able to start and stop the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course at any time?

Yes. You are able to pause your Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course at any time by clicking the "Sign Out" button. Doing so will save your progress and allow you to resume the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course from where you left off.

Return to top
11. Is the information I submit through this website secure?

Yes. Course For Parents is committed to protecting your privacy and online confidentiality. Our site uses special encryption to protect your personal information. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more information.

Return to top
12. Is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course available in Spanish or any other language?

The Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course is provided in English but many students have successfully utilized Google's free translation tool to complete the course in another language. Google's free translation tool is available at https://translate.google.com.

Return to top
13. Is Course For Parents approved by the Florida Department of Children and Families to provide the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course?
Yes, Course For Parents is an approved provider of the Florida Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course. Click here to view our DCF approval. Return to top
14. Is the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course required for all divorcees?
When children under the age of 18 are involved most states require that divorcees complete a parenting course prior to receiving a final judgement of dissolution of marriage. If you are unsure as to whether or not your particular state has this requirement, please consult with your attorney, the court, or a judge. Return to top
15. We were never married but the court said that we have to take a parenting class. Is this the right class?
Although you were never married the courts may require that both parents complete a parenting class that deals with the consequences of the breakup on parents and children. Our online Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course addresses these issues and therefore applies to all couples, married or not. Return to top
16. I am going through a divorce and am required to take a parenting class before my divorce is finalized. Is this the right class?
Yes, when minor children are involved the courts may require that both parents complete a parenting class before the divorce is finalized. Our online Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course directly addresses the impact of divorce on children and therefore would be the correct course to take in your situation. Additionally, a parenting class may also be required if you are modifying visitation orders, child support orders, or if you are seeking custody. Return to top

Still have a question that was not answered? Click here to contact us.