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Child Inclusive Mediation Awareness & Understanding Day

Outline:

1 May 2019 or 17 Sept 2019

Following the recommendations of the Voice of the Child dispute resolution advisory group, the FMC and Family Mediation Standards Board have recently approved the new standards for child inclusive mediation. As part of the introduction of this model, all mediators who are not trained in the Direct Consultation with Children (DCC) model are required to complete an Awareness and Understanding Day to introduce the outline of -and standards for - child inclusive practice for the future.

This is an interactive day with opportunities to:

• Be informed about child inclusive mediation, how to raise this with parents and how this works for children

• Consider how to build this into your own practice

• Have an opportunity to consider and to practice the knowledge and skills required

Please note: If you are a mediator who has already trained in DCC practice, there is an update day specifically for practitioners and PPCs who provide consultancy to the current DCC practitioners

If you are a mediator who is planning to train in Child Inclusive Mediation (to meet with children and young people directly), you must have completed this Awareness and Understanding Day before applying for and attending training.

If you're not sure which course you need to attend, please see the flowchart at the bottom of the page.

CPD points:
6 CPD
Cost:
£300 (inc VAT) Resolution members, £324 (inc VAT) non-members
How to book:

Please download and complete the booking form and return with a cheque to Resolution 91-95 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0AX or DX 155288 Southwark 13.

Any queries please contact Central Office on 020 3841 0300 or denise.sullivan@resolution.org.uk

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Dates Location Venue
01-05-19
London London
London
Presenter: Suzy Power & Angela Lake-Carroll
17-09-19
London London
London
Presenter: Suzy Power & Angela Lake-Carroll

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