Collaborative Practice Training

Collaborative Practice Training
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14 CPD Units 
including 1 Unit in Practical Legal Ethics, 1 Unit in Practice Management or Business Skills and 12 Units in Professional Skills

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This two day training course meets the requirements of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) for basic training and will enable the participants to then work in an interdisciplinary Collaborative process. 

Separating couples have legal, financial and emotional needs. This basic collaborative training is designed to teach lawyers, psychologists, counsellors, accountants and financial planners how to work together in an interdisciplinary collaborative team.

The course will assist practitioners to understand why a Collaborative approach benefits families and how to conduct a Collaborative case. It includes practical exercises as well as theory. 

The training meets CPD requirements and will be allocated as follows :

Practical legal ethics – 1 unit
Practice management or business skills – 1 unit
Professional skills – 12 units


Bev Clark, experienced family & collaborative lawyer
Rachel Jolly, family relationship specialist
Garth Craig, financial specialist.

Registration Fee:
Member admitted more than 3 years: $1210
Member admitted less than 3 years: $1210
Non-Member: $1210
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15/11/2018 9:00 AM - 16/11/2018 5:00 PM
Terrace Towers Level 10 178 North Terrace ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA

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Cancellations: Payment of the full registration fee is required for cancellations made less than five clear working days prior to the day of the event.  Persons unable to attend may substitute another person to attend the event in their place. Refund of registration fee will only take place at the discretion of the Law Society.  The Law Society reserves the right to cancel or modify the Programme, dates, times, venues or speakers in the event of circumstances beyond its control. The Law Society also reserves the right to modify or cancel any event that is scheduled to be held outdoors if it is deemed extreme weather conditions.  In the event of such cancellation, a full refund will be made or, as appropriate, a further voucher will be issued to apply the fee paid to another session. 
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