Family Mediation is a satisfying, flexible and lucrative career path if you can commit to a short term investment of training time by completing a CHC81115 Post Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution that can qualify you for a career which consistently grows in demand.
What is a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner?
A family dispute resolution (FDR) practitioner is an independent person who helps people affected by separation or divorce to resolve their parenting disputes. As it is compulsory for couples to attend an FDR practitioner prior to attending the Family Court of Australia, FDRPs are in high demand and is an excellent career path for mediation professionals.
To be qualified as an FDR practitioner you must meet the accreditation standards in the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008. The Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution will meet this requirement and allow the FDRP to issue section 60I certificates, which are required by the Family Court of Australia.
When Can I Start in Family Mediation?
We are now enrolling for the November 2018 intake.
Although additional places have been added, in order to allow all participants to enjoy the personal availability of our assessors and delivery personnel, capacity will be limited for the November 2018 intake.
This intake time is perfect for those who want to take advantage of the summer holiday period to get ahead for qualification.
Enrolment is a very simple online process. Please enquire about special tuition fee rates for Family Relationship Centres.
Is the training online and self paced?
All of our qualifications are completely delivered online, and are self-paced.
This allows all of our professional clientele to complete their requirements anywhere in the world, and, in the most expedient and convenient manner available, with the most highly trained teachers and assessors in Australia.
Will I get industry support?
The Mediator Training Academy is associated with and endorsed by the Australian Mediation Association.
The AMA has a membership of over 2700 mediation professionals throughout Australia who offer support to all of our attendants.