The SwedCham is happy to invite all parents who are interested in this online Parenting Program provided by the SwedCham's company member Clas Ohlson and the courses are designed by CCR CSR. The courses cover different topics around parent-child relations starting from July 6th to July 10th from 20:00 to 21:30.
Welcome to sign up for below 2 online sessions or share the information with your employees, business partners or whom you believe will benefit more working parents. This is Free of Charge event for all company members, their working partners and suppliers. The courses will be presented in Chinese.
Clas Ohlson has been working together with Save the Children and CCR CSR (The Center for Child Rights and CSR, a social enterprise founded by Save the Children) since 2014 to initiate Wecare program to support migrant workers and their children. In WeCare program, trainings are provided to Clas Ohlson's suppliers and their workers on how to be a parent on a distance. In some factories, Clas Ohlson also set up child friendly spaces to allow children to visit their parents on holidays.
During the last three-year period, over 90 factories and some 1,500 migrant workers have participated in parenting trainings, affecting some 2,240 children.
"The trainings are important to help with parenting on distance, to safeguard the rights of the child, and the management are often a part of the trainings. It's also a good thing for creating dialog between workers and management because they are also parents, " says Mandy Liu, CSR Manager in China.
Clas Ohlson will continue Wecare program in 2020. Due to the pandemic, the program this year will initially focus on how to handle the current situation, adapt to digital trainings, digital activities, offer and use of smart watches to have instant distance communication between children and migrant parents and online information and advice on distant parenting.
Thank you Clas Ohlson and CCR CSR for providing this online program to all our company members.
Part 1: Digital migrant parents training (2 sessions, Time: From July 6th to July 7th, 20:00-21:30）
A live webinar series will be offered to all interested migrant parents, via a WeChat-based conference call.
Part 2: Digital parent-child activities (3 sessions, Time: From July 8th to July 10th, 20:00 )
The main goal of this component is to strengthen parent-child relationships by facilitating interaction while also giving parents an opportunity to understand their children better. By using a live-streaming platform, this session also has a community element that enables participants to connect with other families and feel less isolated.
Who should attend?
All parents no matter are working in a company office or on the front line of a supplier factory. This series will help them to improve their parent-child relationship and release their pressure from the current situation.
Fee: Free of Charge
Language: In Chinese
亲子教育课程，时间 20:00-21:30, 腾讯会议平台