California Online Parenting Classes http://www.CA.onlineparentingprograms.com
Only the court will be able to assure the program you take meets the requirement in your case. Reference your order to verify an online class would satisfy the court requirement as an appropriate resource.
Santa Clara County Court does not endorse or recommend any single program for meeting education requirements regarding custody and access issues. As a service to parents, however, the court does maintain a list of options from which parents may choose; http://www.scscourt.org/self_help/family/family_resources.shtml
Level 1 Online Co-Parenting / Divorce Class
6 Hour Co-Parenting$34.99 Add
16 Hour Co-Parenting$69.99 Add
Ideal for divorcing, separated or never married couples who have been recommended to attend a co-parenting class. The focus is on the children, as parents learn skills to avoid common mistakes and successfully work together with their co-parent.Español
Level 2 Online High-Conflict Co-Parenting
6 Hour High-Conflict Co-Parenting$34.99 Add
16 Hour High-Conflict Co-Parenting$69.99 Add
A Level 2 skills based online program focusing on strategies in order to establish a positive method of communication in an effort to prevent your children from the damaging impact of long-term conflict during and after separation or divorce.Español
Level 1 Online Parenting Skills - Basics Class
16 Hour Ages 0-5$69.99 Add
16 Hour Ages 5-13$69.99 Add
16 Hour Ages 13-18$69.99 Add
Provides parents a foundational understanding of basic parenting skills in order to raise children from infancy to adulthood.
Level 2 Online Parenting Skills - Thrive Class
12 Hour Parenting Skills - Thrive$79.99 Add
The Resource Referral Program through Santa Clara County Family Court assists parents with cases before the Santa Clara Superior Court to comply with court orders. The court has compiled lists of agencies that provide the types of services Family Court customers are most frequently ordered to obtain.
Our programs are offered as a service to Family Court customers. Family Court has not investigated or evaluated the competence of the providers who are on these lists and does not endorse or recommend any provider. The information in each listing was self-reported by the individual provider and Family Court makes no warranty or guarantee concerning its accuracy or reliability. Customers are encouraged to fully investigate the credentials of and methods employed by the providers.
In California, mediation is mandatory prior to attending a court hearing if parents are not in agreement regarding custody and visitation. During your court hearing the Judicial Officer may order parties to attend a High Conflict Co-Parenting program of Domestic Violence program. Parenting without Conflict by New Ways for Families is a recognized resource within Santa Clara County Courts and with approval would meet this requirement.
If you have questions regarding your specific court order, please contact the Santa Clara County Superior Court (http://www.scscourt.org), County of Santa Clara Self Help (http://www.scscourt.org/self_help.shtml) and someone will be happy to assist.