Workshops are usually smaller but highly focused teaching and discussion sessions that take place in neatly kept meeting rooms. During workshops, participants, in addition to listening to high-value teaching on a specific parenting concept or topic, also have the opportunity to use workbooks to further in-depth learning. Questionnaires could be administered to participants, and this facilitates the gathering of useful parenting data for forensic analysis.

In addition, a workshop affords participants the opportunity to ask questions and have areas of doubt clarified. Furthermore, participants get to have more intimate and close contact and interactions with resource people.