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Collaborative Practice Training

Collaborative Practice Training


On Thursday 5 November and Friday 6 November 2015 Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice training will be conducted at the Mercure Grosvenor, Adelaide between 9:00am and 5:00pm each day. The training will be presented by Bev Clark and Christopher Swan, collaboratively trained lawyers, Rachel Jolly collaboratively trained family child specialist and Garth Craig a collaboratively trained financial specialist. The training team has extensive Collaborative Practice experience with Bev Clark and Christopher Swan having between them conducted more than 50 collaborative matters. The training will be built around the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) basic interdisciplinary training curriculum materials and will comply with the IACP standards. The training will meet the IACP requirements to enable professional registrants to hold themselves out as practitioners who satisfy the IACP standards for Collaborative Practice in family related disputes. The training will meet the requirements for individual legal practitioners to complete the CPD activity required over the course of a CPD year. The CPD units we be allocated as follows :
  • Practical legal ethics – 1 unit
  • Practice management or business skills – 1 unit
  • Professional skills – 13 units

Call us now on 8227 1970 and we will chat with you over the phone free of charge.

Family law, divorce, wills and estate specialist family lawyers for Adelaide and South Australia.

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Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. Nothing in this blog should be deemed to create or constitute a solicitor-client relationship between any readers and Swan Family Lawyers. A solicitor-client relationship is created only when this firm agrees to represent someone and a written engagement agreement or engagement letter is signed by both the client and solicitor. In all cases, the reader should consult his or her own solicitor for advice. The information in this blog is based on Australian law.