National online dispute diagnostic and dispute resolution service.
Interact Support is a not-for-profit established in 2015 by Mediation Institute directors and others to provide opportunities for new family dispute resolution practitioners to gain experience. We remain committed and have extended our support over the past five years.
The motivation was originally provided by the CHC81115 – Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution requirements for work placement increasing to 50 hours. The program was for family dispute resolution services only until 2020 but the program has now been extended to help our new NMAS Mediator Graduates to overcome the gap between being qualified and being experienced.
We are using experience levels and availability be the determination for whether our mediators and FDRP's are contractors or volunteers.
If you are green or rusty or have only very limited availability we offer you the opportunity to volunteer as a co-mediator. If you are experienced and can take on at least two jobs a month we would be delighted to invite you to be a paid contractor.