The ISSEA NSW Chapter will conduct a Parenting Training Workshop at the Prariewood High School on Saturday 1 April 2017. The workshop will be delivered by Bob and Ros Molloy, of the Sathya Sai School, Murwillumbah. The workshop will be based on the Sathya Sai Values Parenting Program.
In this industrialised society, we live in, there are many courses available to ensure we are adequately trained and qualified for our jobs. However, there are not many to guide us through the great responsibility of bringing up the next generation to be ideal citizens. Parents learn on the job as it were, often imitating their parents and friends. Good values are gained by children by osmosis and example. The Sathya Sai Values Parenting programme offers an opportunity to fulfil this great task based on a value based programme, with a spiritual basis and insight.
This ISSEA workshop will use the learning and experiences gained over a number of years by Bob and Roz Molloy, who, as many of you know, have dedicated their lives to the Sathya Sai School. The workshop will be based on the one they developed for the parents of the Children at our Sai School. It would be of interest to note that most of the parents there are not members of the Sai organisation.
The aim of the workshop is to empower participants to take this programme to their own homes and schools – their children’s school, their grandchildren’s school, or their relatives and friends’ children’s school.
It is hoped that our general membership would benefit from this service. While the first workshop is going to be in Sydney, it is proposed to have similar ones in other states as well.
Program: Parenting Training Workshop
Date: Saturday, 1 April
Time: 10:00am – 4pm
Cost: Free, open to the public
Registration: from 9:00am on 1 April
Location:Dance Hall, Prariewood High School, Prarievale Road, Prariewood, NSW
More information:Nadana, 0403 040 073 or Lingaratnam, 0401 258 965
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Parents have the primary responsibility to mould the character of their children. Ninety percent of the blame for spoiling the behaviour and character of children, go to the parents.” Sathya Sai Baba, Heart to Heart Vol 5, issue 5, May 2007