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Family Dispute Resolution Tutorial

15 July @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm AEST

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Every second Wednesday
Family Dispute Resolution Tutorial

Family Dispute Resolution Tutorial – fortnightly tutorial on FDR Topics for the CHC81115 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Students and Members.

Please register to attend so that Eventbrite keeps track of your professional development for you and to let us know who’s coming.  Registration link – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/family-dipute-resolution-tutorial-and-peer-group-supervision-tickets-89360466561

The topic of each fortnightly session will vary.

  • First session of each month will be a tutorial and Q & A for current students. Members can count this as professional development towards your 24 hours of PD every 2 years.
  • Second session of each month will be a tutorial and Group Supervision talking about real client cases which will again count as PD for FDR Practitioners.

You can view the 2020 Professional Development Calendar for updates on the topics for each session.

There is a link to the calendar in your course or the members course areas home page.

These sessions are for Mediation Institute Members and Students with other practitioners such as the Volunteer Negotiation Help Panel Members by invitation.

Topics will be relevant to FDR Practitioners only.

This series is not focused on general mediation skills. Some but not all topics will relate specifically to Property FDR.

Visit the 2020 Professional Development Calendar for details of what topics will be on a specific date.


15 July
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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