2018 enrolments for CHC81115 Family Dispute Resolution qualification with Mediator Training Academy end next  Friday.

Use the summer break to get ahead

(CHC81115) Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution intake for November 2018

This intake time is perfect for those who want to take advantage of the summer holiday period to get ahead for qualification.

 

Pre-requisites required

There are pre-requisite requirements for many options of obtaining this qualification.  For example, some choose to do core units, some choose pathway to masters, some are part of special corporate groups and family relationship centres, etc.

Regardless of your individual requirements, it is important that you register your interest in joining this intake. The link below will take you to the web page where you can do this.  We will then contact you shortly thereafter to organise a time to discuss how we can meet your individual or corporate request.

Please register your interest HERE

 

Pathway to a Masters of Conflict Management and Resolution

The Mediator Training Academy is delighted to announce the pathway to the Master of Conflict Management and Resolution with James Cook University, which is also completed online.

MTA students who complete the CHC81115 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution will receive credit for 4 subjects of the Master qualification – this equates to one third of the Masters requirements.

This is a tremendous opportunity for our graduates and as this Graduate Diploma is the ONLY ONE IN AUSTRALIA which carries a pathway to Masters, it is truly unique to the Australian mediation industry.

 

Registration with the Attorney General and the Family Court of Australia

Successfully completing the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution allows graduates to register with the Australian Attorney General to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. This study can be done quickly, at your own pace, and online in the comfort of your own home or office throughout Australia.

Family Dispute Resolution is compulsory in fulfilling the requirements for the Australian Family Court prior to family court orders.  This qualification enables Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners to issue the required 60i Certificate to the Family Court of Australia.