32 CPD Points
Presented by ARC Mediation. From January 28th 2021, 2 full days and 4 half days
32 CPD Points
The primary aim of this course is to provide participant mediators with essential knowledge and skills to enable them to provide a competent and supportive mediation service to enable separating couples to address issues in dispute.
The course is designed for mediators who have completed an MII accredited 60 hour mediator training programme, or equivalent, and wish to practise in this area. 32 hour Family (Separating Couples) training is a mandatory requirement for MII mediators who practise in this area.
Organisation; Arc Mediation, team of 3 trainers
Principal Trainer; Dr Róisín O’Shea, Dip BA (Hns) law, PhD, Mediator.
Region; Online - Ireland
Dates; (Week 1) Full days 28th, 29th January 2021 & (Week 2) Half-days 4th, 5th February 2021 (Week 3) Half-days 11th , 12th February 2021.
Duration; 32 Hours
Price; € 1,500
Price includes training materials
Venue; ONLINE via Zoom
28th January - Full day (9:15am to 6pm) - Family Law Modules 1 & 2
29th January - Full day (9:15am to 6pm) - Family Mediation Processes (& associated Role-play)
4th Feb - afternoon (2pm to 6pm) - Parenting (& associated Role-play)
5th Feb - afternoon (2pm to 6pm) - Child Protection (& associated Role-play)
11th Feb - afternoon (2pm to 6pm) - Domestic Violence & Screening Processes (& associated Role-play)
12th Feb - afternoon (2pm to 6pm) - Couple Dynamics (& Final Role-play “Putting it All Together”)
Bookings and enquiries; email@example.com, 051 348336, 087 2184763
Booking is on a first-come, first-served basis with limited places per course to ensure a low attendee/presenter ratio. To book your place a deposit of 20% is required, paid inter-bank or by cheque, payable to Arc Mediation. This deposit is non-refundable unless Arc has to cancel the course. The training fee balance must be discharged no later than 16 days before the start date. Once full payment has been received your place is secured and you will receive a confirmation email. Full terms and conditions available on application including our Data Protection policy. Preparatory work will be required prior to attending each day of training.
About Arc Mediation
The Arc mediation training team have significant experience in the field of mediation, in public and private sector practise, lecturing at third level or carrying out research in the field, and delivering mediation and mediation skills training. www.arcmedlaw.com
About Dr O’Shea
Roisin is a Partner in Arc Mediation and an award-winning former Irish Research Council scholar, who was awarded a Ph.D. in 2014 for her doctoral research on Judicial Separation and Divorce in the Circuit Court, Ireland. She is an expert in Family Law and has recently been appointed to the Child Maintenance Review Group by the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection 2020-2021. She has significant experience as a mediator completing hundreds of cases since 2009 including family, work-place and commercial mediations. Dr O’Shea is a Director of the Mediators Institute of Ireland since 2015, and a member of the Family Mediation Committee engaged in developing training and template documents for members. She has been appointed a Regional Leader in the field of mediation in 2020/2021 by Waterford Chamber of Commerce, is an approved Skillnet trainer delivering courses on mediation skills to managers, she has delivered training on family law and mediation to Bar Councils since 2013, has delivered Friarylaw training for Civil & Commercial Mediation, and is an experienced family mediation trainer http://arcmedlaw.com/wp/people/
The programme comprises the following modules;
Family Law (8 Hours) Module 1
Family Mediation Processes (8 Hours) Module 2
Parenting (4 Hours) Module 3
Children protection (4 hours) Module 4
Domestic Violence & Screening Process (4 hours)
Couple dynamics (4 hours) Module 5
The MII accredits mediation training courses which meet set training standards.
The purpose of CPD is to ensure that Mediators keep their knowledge and skills up to date for the benefit of users of their service and for their own personal and professional development.