Training Update: November 2020

Final FGC Workshop for 2020

  • Welcome and Congratulations

There are only a few more weeks before we close for the year.   We have some exciting new courses under development for 2021.

Welcome to all of our new students. It has been a busy month for enrollments again this month as we draw close to the end of the year. 

NMAS Students

It was our third busiest month for enrollments in 2020 surpassed only by one additional student in July and August for our NMAS Course.  There is still time to enrol before the end of 2020 and beat the fee increase even if you don’t commence studies till 2021.  NMAS Course.

FGC Students 

We have our last workshop series for 2020 starting on the 3rd December.  You can still enrol if you are quick! The course is is fully online with 3 half day online workshops with our extremely knowledgeable trainer, Eve Clare. 

FDR Students

Welcome to our newest FDR Students and our newest mentor Lee Lee. 

Lee is a fabulous mentor with a Masters in Dispute Resolution as well as her FDR qualifications.  She’s been mentoring on our NMAS Course and FDR Property Certificate Course for a while but will now be working with us on the FDR course as well.

End of year break

We will be taking a break from role plays between the 18th December and the 11th January so jump into the scheduler and book in some role plays before the end of the year.

Even if you don’t want to do your role plays as a mediator it is a great opportunity to support other students as a role player to help you make sense of your course theory.  There is a link to the scheduler in your course menu. 

There are a ton of assessments so graduates and others interested in volunteering to role play please get in touch with Cynthia. 

NMAS Graduates

Congratulations to our NMAS Training and Assessment Graduates over the past two months.

  •  Kate Yeoman from Atherton in Queensland
  • Tania Thompson from Coffs Harbour in NSW
  • Jessica Kastoun from Sydney in NSW
  •  Roberta Allen from Wollongong in NSW
  • Chrystal Dillon from Brisban in QLD
  • Susan Marsenic from Tweed Heads area in NSW
  •  Roberta Allen from Wollongong in NSW
  •  Annabelle Caska from Perth in WA
  •  Daniel Moren from Melbourne in Victoria
  • Andrew Wilson from Sydney in NSW
  •  Paul Korchok from Melbourne in Victoria
  • Kamille Dietrich from Sydney in NSW
  • Amelia Swan from Melbourne in Victoria

Reminder to those of you who have just finished that you need to apply for NMAS Accreditation within 6 months of the date on your certificate of assessment.

You now need an ABN to apply for Professional Indemnity Insurance.

This article explains more including how to apply for an ABN.

Other Graduates 

Congratulations to our other graduates in the past two months

CHC81115 – Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Qualification

  •  Brian Williams from Ferntree Gully in Victoria has completed his Grad Dip including his 50 hour Internship through Interact Support.
  • Brooke Macey with BIRIPI in NSW
  • Peta Newsome from Famconnect on the NSW and Victorian boarder
  • Kathryn Condon from Famconnect
  • Keira Rayner from Famconnect
  • Lisa Joye from Talk it Through Mediation in Wyong

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Fgc Certificate Course

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Training Update: November 2020

by Joanne Law time to read: 8 min