The next cohort of our family mediation certificate program for mental health professionals starts in February 2023! (And for family lawyers in March 2023). For further details on our 2023 family mediation training schedule, click here to view our recent newsletter.
Our 2023 Family Mediation Training Schedule is Here!
Enhanced Training Tech for 2022!
We are happy to release the first set of our animated, interactive quizzes!
As we migrate all our training to our new state-of-the-art Learning Management System, we are implementing varied technologies to keep our training current, interactive and interesting.
These engaging exercises are designed to help those interested in taking our training to know better if they are good candidates to become mediators, arbitrators, or parenting coordinators.
And they are intended to be fun!
Try them out and send us your feedback! This is *brand new* technology and we are excited to be among the first to launch it!!
Special Training Newsletter on Ontario Family Arbitration Course, Blog & Games!
Our latest training newsletter (December 2021) profiles the upcoming 40-Hour Ontario Family Arbitration course (Family Arbitration Law & Skills). As well, recent blog pieces by Retired Justice Clifford Nelson and family arbitrator Elizabeth Hyde, and our new interactive quiz! Check it out here.
Conversations About Domestic Violence in Family Law with 16 Experts
Hilary Linton is one of the 16 experts featured in this online, 6-part series on domestic violence (DV) / intimate partner violence (IPV) best practices in the family law environment in the US and Canada. This course is designed to educate anyone in family law on DV. For further information and registration, click here.
Bi-annual Family Arbitrators and PC Training Day set for January 2022
Hilary Linton and Elizabeth Hyde are both scheduled to speak at the upcoming “Bi-Annual Update on Power Imbalances and Family Violence in Family Arbitration and PC” event, scheduled for Saturday, January 15, 2022. This course meets MAG’s bi-annual training requirements for family arbitrators and parenting coordinators! For further information, click here to view the event flyer, and click here to register.
"Could #chatgpt fill gaps in the arena of access to justice? Could it contribute to efficiency?" Read Avagene Skervin's recent post to find out her answers and commentary: http://ow.ly/3R7A50NilOu
We are pleased to have Herschel Fogelman (of Fogelman Law) speaking about "Awards" with Hilary Linton for our upcoming 40-Hour Family Arbitration course. Register today: http://ow.ly/mqeU50NeTkX
The Ontario Family Arbitration course starts March 10, 2023. Our course brings you some of Ontario’s most experienced arbitrators, all online and on-demand, with live tutorials for coaching and discussion. More info and registration here: http://ow.ly/7Sxp50N6tTn
Parenting coordination (PC) is a dispute resolution process for parents who have a parenting plan in place and need help communicating with each other. Read more from our roster mediator Lindsay Kertland in her latest blog piece: https://www.mediate393.ca/news/what-makes-parenting-coordination-work-well/
We work hard to collaborate with local community organizations and agencies. Read our latest blog for more information about our work last quarter: https://www.mediate393.ca/news/our-work-with-local-community-organizations/
http://Hope-strategy.com is a group of Infant, child, and youth mental health agencies in the city of Toronto that have formed a task force to develop a multi-year strategy to address anti-Black racism in the sector.
Learn more by reading their reports: https://lnkd.in/gigjSHh7