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Articles about fathers in employment and at work, such as parental leave and other workplace issues, plus training and services for employers, including Fathers@ – a new intranet-based info service.

Training » For employers
6 November 2009
*SPECIAL OFFER: WE ARE OFFERING A 30% DISCOUNT FOR BOOKINGS MADE BEFORE 31 JANUARY 2016 Hit the Ground Crawling (HTGC) is a groundbreaking antenatal training programme for expectant fathers, available in the UK only from the Fatherhood Institute. 
Training » For employers
6 November 2009
Option A: Standard A 2-day training course to help managers, front-line workers and volunteers in Children’s Centres and other early years settings: • develop the confidence, knowledge and skills to work effectively with fathers • explore and develop strategies to engage with fathers • think about how to create a ‘whole team’ approach to engaging fathers • plan needs-led approaches to engaging with and supporting fathers • consider how to use networks to support fathers. 
Training » For employers
6 November 2009
The Fatherhood Institute offers a comprehensive range of services to support all children and families service providers. We have vast experience of working in a range of ways to assist local authorities and different agencies to transform their services at a strategic level. 
Training » For employers
6 November 2009
The Fatherhood Institute offers a comprehensive range of services to support all children and families service providers. We have expertise in all aspects of working with fathers, so if you would like to commission us to design a course specific to your needs, just get in touch. 
Training » For employers
6 November 2009
The Fatherhood Institute offers a comprehensive range of services to support all children and families service providers. All our services can help you fulfil the requirements of the Dad Test. 
FI research » For employers
29 September 2009
From this page you can access all the Fatherhood Institute’s Research Summaries…just click on the links below. Fatherhood Institute Main Research Summary: the Costs and Benefits of Active Fatherhood Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Young Fathers Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Separated Families Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers, Mothers, Work and Family Maternal and Infant Health in the Perinatal Period: The Father’s Role Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Anti-social Behaviour and Fatherhood Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers’ Influence Over Children’s Education Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers Attending Births Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers and Disabled Children Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers and Smoking Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers and Post-natal Depression Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Expectant and New Fathers’ Information Needs Fatherhood Institute Research Summary: Fathers and Breastfeeding  
Policy » For employers
18 September 2009
From April 2011, fathers will be entitled to take six months’ paternity leave in the second six months of their child’s life – so long as the mother has returned to work. 
Practice » For employers
22 June 2009
Britain’s dads are more actively involved in their children’s lives than ever before. And we know fathers matter hugely to their children. 
External research » For employers
25 March 2009
The Australian Fatherhood Research Network (AFRN) promotes high-quality collaborative research into fatherhood and fathering in Australia by encouraging researchers, academics, managers, practitioners and those developing policy to pay attention to the important roles that fathers play in family and community life.