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Family Conflict Resolution 1 (FCR1)

 

Family Law, Ethics, and Family Dispute Resolution

Unit Details

This unit includes seminars and experiential exercises (role plays) to give students an understanding of facilitating dispute resolution in the family law context, adhering to ethical standards in family dispute resolution, and operating in a family law environment

Pre-requisites

  • Completed a UWA NMAS Mediation Training Course and hold current accreditation under the National Mediator Accreditation System, OR

  • Hold a current accreditation under the National Mediator Accreditation System and completed the UWA Bridging Course

Dates

Self-paced Learning 2024

  • Monday 26 February: Self-paced online content opens

Online Seminars 2024

  • Monday 26 February: Online Welcome Session -- 5.30 - 6.30pm WST

  • Tuesday 5 March: Online Seminar 1 -- 5.00 - 6.30pm WST

  • Thursday 7 March: Online Seminar 2 -- 5.00 - 6.30pm WST

  • Saturday 16 March: Online Workshop -- 10am - 3pm WST

Assessments

  • Assessments will include preparing a case file, analysing case study scenarios and applying the family law to different client legal dilemmas, and developing responses to complex ethical dilemmas that might arise

  • Assessments in this unit will be in accord with the Assessment Conditions set out in CHCDSP001, CHCDSP002, and CHCFAM001

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