A current student of another training provider is looking for a FDR Practitioner to be a supervisor to complete her work placement. She requires this in order to complete her course with a college offering an equivalent course to the CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution and before she is eligible to apply to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
Under the rules of her training provider she needs 20 hours of supervised work placement with a FDR Practitioner but they do not provide any assistance to meet this requirement.
She is a family lawyer based in Southern Sydney and working in Bankstown. She says she's willing to travel to a regional area or interstate if necessary to get her supervised work placement hours.
You must be an accredited FDR Practitioner to provide this supervision.
You would be expected to provide the opportunity for the person to shadow you doing client work and sign off documentation with the college prior to the work placement being approved and following the 20 hours sign off on the students summary of their workplace experiences.
The person seeking supervision understands that you may expect a fee to help compensate you for your time as a supervisor. It is up to you and her to negotiate a suitable arrangement.