Course 3 Power Imbalances & Domestic Violence
This course is certified for accreditation for Mediation and Collaborative processes and can be purchased as 3 days, for mediation accreditation, 2 days, for collaborative, or 1 day as a refresher. Please ensure you complete our Registration Form and indicate which day you are taking. Collaborative Professionals must take their “3rd day” with a Collaborative team doing protocols.
This course contains 5 professionalism hours and 1 hour and 15 minutes of EDI hours.
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Course Hours: 21 hours
Price: $950 plus HST of $123.50 = $1,073.50
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION:
Course materials are included
Snacks and lunch will be provided each day unless provided in a Zoom environment.
(details are on the registration form)
This is a 21-hour course on Screening for Power Imbalances and Domestic Violence. Training will cover how to screen for abuse and power imbalances; how to determine when mediation or arbitration is or not appropriate; what tools and techniques to use for screening; and safeguards for your ADR processes.
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ABOUT THE COURSE:
This course covers all necessary topics for mediators, collaborative professionals, Arbitrators and Parenting Coordinators. The regulation under the Ontario Arbitration Act, 1991, requires a family arbitrator to have the training for the Screening for Domestic Violence and Power Imbalances as set out on the Ministry of the Attorney General’s website. Accordingly, all family arbitrators and mediators must take a mandatory course provided by a reputable provider.
Screening for power imbalances and domestic violence is an important first step in all family law dispute resolution processes. Screening assists in determining whether the proposed process is appropriate, what the adaptations could or should be made to ensure a safe and comfortable environment, and whether a mediation or other ADR process should proceed or continue.
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