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This program provides 20 hours of supervised practice towards the 50 hours of supervised practice required for accreditation as a family dispute resolution practitioner with the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department.
You must have completed either:
You can complete these two units as part of a Master of Laws, or as continuing professional development in our professional mediation program.
You also need to:
If you're not nationally accredited, you can register for our national mediation assessment course, which is part of our professional mediation program.
QUT Health Clinics 44 Musk AvenueKelvin Grove Qld 4059
Available from 15 September - 15 December 2017
2017 fee: $2,500 (GST-free)
For more information about the program content, contact the program coordinator Ms Jennifer Felton.
For registration or payment queries, contact Continuing Professional Education.
The program will cover the family dispute resolution process from initial contact with a party until completion. On three occasions, you'll:
Throughout the program you'll be able to have telephone or email contact with the supervisor.
If the mediation doesn't proceed or is assessed as unsuitable, you'll be assigned another client.
As potential parties contact the QUT Family Mediation Service, cases will be assigned to practitioners in the order that you enrolled. This Family Mediation Practice course is dependent on clients and, while we aim to complete everyone’s supervision by mid-December 2017, we cannot guarantee the number of clients that will be coming through the service.
If you cancel your program registration and then register again later, you'll move to the end of the waiting list for being assigned a party.
If, through no fault on your part, the mediation does not proceed with your allocated party, you will be offered the opportunity to work with a new party. You will stay at the top of the party allocation list.
Once you've completed your 50 hours of supervised practice, you'll receive a certificate that will let you apply to the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department for accreditation and registration as a family dispute resolution practitioner.
You'll need to satisfy the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department's criteria and standards to be accredited and registered.
The application for accreditation is available through the Attorney-General's Department website.
When you register for this program, you will create an account with us. You'll be able to access your account, including your invoice, using your email address and password.
You'll need to pay your fees online by credit or debit card. Once you have made payment, you'll receive your case assignment.
FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP are not available for Continuing Professional Education courses.
To cancel your registration, you must apply in writing to the program manager at the Continuing Professional Education.
If you cancel before you've been assigned a party, and haven't paid for the program, your registration will be cancelled at no charge.
If you've already paid for the program and then cancel before being assigned to a party but within six months of registering, you will receive a partial refund, ie, the total fee minus a non-refundable $100 administration fee.
If you cancel your registration after you've paid and have been assigned a party, you will not be eligible for a refund.
If you register again for the program after you've cancelled, you'll move to the end of the waiting list for being assigned a party.