Parent Leadership Training Institute
- Introduction to Parent Leadership and Advocacy (3 credits, lower division level)
January 2003 through August 2018
Source of Records
Connecticut Commission on Children; 18-20 Trinity Street; Hartford, CT 06106
About the Program
The Connecticut Commission on Children was created with bipartisan support in 1985 by an act of the Connecticut Legislature. This 25-member Commission brings representatives from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government together with the private sector to promote public policies in children's best interest. The Commission's Parent Leadership Training Institute (PTLI), part of its family civics initiative, was designed to ensure that parents and other adult caregivers have the skills necessary to become change agents for the next generation through civic involvement at the neighborhood, school, community, state and/or national level
Applying for the Credit
Have your training sponsor submit your transcript or record to the Registrar to apply for the credit.
Introduction to Parent Leadership and Advocacy (3 credits, lower division level)
PLTI trains, inspires and empowers parents to become effective advocates for children. Through PLTI's unique adult learning experience, participants explore their passions, strengths, beliefs, and ideas. The curriculum is intentionally designed to develop interpersonal and public communication skills as well as an understanding of government, media, and civic relations. No one knows better what children need than parents. PLTI helps parents, grandparents, foster parents, and other caring adults get and remain informed, engaged, and involved in their neighborhoods, schools, and your community to improve the health, safety, and learning outcomes of children.