Parent Seminar at ISV (Independent Schools Victoria)
Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) re-launched its Parents’ Website in March last year. In light of the encouraging response, they are now preparing a series of seminars for parents.
The aim of The Parent Seminars at ISV is to provide expert advice for parents on the important issues that they confront in raising their children, complementing the excellent support already provided by Member Schools.
We know that parents are keen for information and guidance on the many challenges faced by young people. ISV are proposing parent-focused seminars on the issue of pornography, keeping safe at ‘schoolies’, drugs and alcohol, and gambling.
The seminars are free, and will be held at The Development Centre at ISV between 6pm and 8pm.
The impact of pornography on young people has been described as an emerging public health crisis. What can parents do? The issue will be addressed in a free seminar for parents hosted by Independent Schools Victoria on Wednesday, March 15 from 6pm to 8pm. Hugh Martin, a psychotherapist and founder of the Man Enough program, will provide expert advice and lead the discussion.
The seminar - the first of The Parent Seminars at ISV program - will be held at the ISV offices at 40 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne, and light refreshments will be served. ISV is close to public transport, and there is plenty of parking. To register, send your name to Student.Services@is.vic.edu.au with the words ‘Parent Seminar’ in the subject line.