|April 9 –
May 6, 2024
|April 16, 2024, from 3:00 – 7:00 pm
April 25, 2024, from 3:00 – 7:00 pm
May 2, 2024, from 3:30 – 7:00 pm
1. Family Law (30 hours)
|This program contains 6 hours and 40 minutes of Professionalism Content and 1 hour and 0 minutes of EDI Professionalism Content.|
This role-play-based, 21-hour course features senior mediators, professional actors, experienced coaches and expert guest speakers. Using a realistic case study of a mediation file from first contact until final Mediation Summary Report, this course will focus on advanced-level skills training.
- Practice building and management strategies
- Advanced level review of conflict and negotiation theory
- Advanced strategies and skills for empowering clients to engage in persuasive negotiation
- Advanced skills for effective mediation success
- Advanced strategies and skills for managing family violence
- Knowledge and skills for addressing unique culturally and clinically diverse needs of each client and family
- Advanced skills practice and coaching feedback mediating parenting, child support, spousal support and property division matters
- Using DIVORCEmate reports in practice
Course Manual, presentation slides, selected readings and handouts.
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How our Courses Work:
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Each course is ‘open’ for roughly a four-week period. During that time, participants will have access to on-demand content for self-directed learning. Learners are required to complete the self-directed modules (including quizzes) before each mandatory-attendance Tutorial Session.
Live online Tutorials are scheduled at regular intervals during the course. Attendance is mandatory (see Training Schedule for dates and times of each). Led by experienced coaches, the Tutorials feature interactive role plays, small group discussion, case study and one-on-one feedback. Participants MUST attend all scheduled tutorials in order to receive their Certificate of Completion.
Each module of each course includes quizzes. Students must achieve at least a passing grade on all quizzes to advance to the next module or course, and to receive their Certificate of Completion for that course.