AIFLAM Mediation & Arbitration Course
|Start time:||08:30 Monday, May 21st 2018|
|End time:||16:30 Friday, May 25th 2018|
|Phone:||07 3117 8049|
MEDIATION Training Course - Port Douglas - 21 - 24 May | (SOLD OUT)
The program is designed for practitioners who wish to become an ACCREDITED MEDIATOR in accordance with the National Mediator Accreditation Standards (NMAS). This interactive and practical program is designed to give participants the knowledge and skills required to practice mediation with confidence and professionalism.
Throughout the program participants will have coaching from nationally accredited mediators to assist them in improving their mediation knowledge and skills. This will also help prepare participants for the national mediator accreditation assessment role-plays.
This course will be conducted: - Online: Webinars, reading and an on-line learning course before the face-to-face workshop. Monday 21 - Wednesday 23 May – 8.30am – 4.30pm - workshops and coaching days – Thursday 24 May – Assessment (half day only)
Please note: Successful completion of the program does not mean that the participant will be Nationally Accredited. To complete the requirements for National Mediator Accreditation, participants will need to successfully complete the Assessment role-play on the final day of the course and a reflective written component.
ARBITRATION Training Course - Port Douglas - 24 & 25 MAY | Limited places available
Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution process in which parties refer their dispute to an independent third person who makes a binding decision. This interactive and practical program is designed to give participants the knowledge and skills required to conduct Family Law Arbitration with confidence and professionalism and in accordance with the AIFLAM standards.
Successful completion of the course and the assessments will entitle attendees to be listed as a Family Law Arbitrator pursuant to Regulation 67B of the Family Law Regulations 1984. This course is open to AIFLAM members and members of the legal profession who have had 5 years (or more) in family law practice. AIFLAM prefers that participants that have completed the AIFLAM mediation training program before completing the arbitration component. However, this is not a pre-requisite.
This course will be conducted: - Online: webinars, reading and online learning course Thursday 24 May – from 1.00pm – 5.00pm Friday 25 May – 8.30 – 4.30pm Assessments to be completed during and after the course
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