The National Parents Council Post Primary (NPCPP) are currently organising a programme focused on delivering training for Parents/Guardians on Parents’ Associations in all postprimary schools (Community Schools, Community Colleges, Comprehensive Schools, Secondary Schools and Vocational Schools), nationwide. The delivery of such a programme will ensure that the members of each Parent’s Association will know their responsibilities, their rights and where to obtain all the knowledge required to ensure they can advise fellow Parents/Guardians as the need arises. Presentation Secondary School , Milltown will be hosting the training for Co. Kerry and will take place 26th October 2011 at 7:30pm Topics that will be addressed on the night. * Purpose of Training * NPCpp assistance/support * Sectors * Constitution/Legislation * Why Parents Associations? * Meetings and objectives * Role of Officers * Areas of involvement * Rights, responsibilities and conflict * Curriculum * Partnership and relationships * Appeals and Grievances * Challenges If you would like to participate ( evening 7.30 – 9.30pm), the NPCPP would be delighted to provide the training (including light refreshments) free of charge.