In our recent webinar titled “What does a FDRP need to know?” we delved into the crucial aspects of knowledge and skills that a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) must possess to be deemed competent in their role. This comprehensive exploration primarily focused on the “core units” of the ten units required for the CHC81115 – Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution. The webinar aimed to provide practitioners with a clear understanding of the foundational elements necessary for effective resolution of family disputes.
While we couldn’t cover all aspects of the extensive body of knowledge within the constraints of a webinar, we encourage participants to refer to the recording available below. This resource allows individuals to pause, rewind, and revisit key concepts at their own pace, ensuring a thorough grasp of the material. We recognise that the depth of knowledge required for FDRPs are significant, and our webinar sought to serve as a valuable starting point for practitioners on their journey to mastering the intricacies of family dispute resolution.
As we reflect on the core units discussed in the webinar, it becomes evident that they form part of the practitioner’s competence in the field. From communication skills to legal frameworks and ethical considerations, each unit contributes to the multifaceted skill set required for successful family dispute resolution. By emphasizing these core units, our webinar aimed to empower FDRPs with the essential tools and insights needed to navigate the complexities of family dynamics and contribute meaningfully to the resolution process.
If you prefer to view the presentation without watching the video, simply click the link below to access the “What does a FDRP need to know” presentation.