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Vocational graduate diploma of family dispute resolution (CHC80308)

 

Overview

Target audience: Potential dispute resolution practitioners working in agencies or independently to provide dispute resolution services and interventions for families experiencing high levels of relationship conflict and/or where the clients may be involved in the Family Law system

Course summary: This course provides participants with the skills to work with separated families, prepare parenting plans, and help resolve conflicts out of court. It also familiarises participants with the protocols involved in providing certification for couples who need to go to court, and administering the provisions of the Family Law Act. Course core units include:

 

 

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: This course is delivered as distance education spread over 12-18 months, with some on-site training available for practical stages (depending on campus location). If on-site training is not available at the student's campus, or they wish to complete the course entirely through distance, work placement will be required to complete practical components.

Financial support for Indigenous students: Eligible students are invited to apply for VET FEE-HELP. VET FEE-HELP is an income contingent loan scheme that assists eligible students to pay for all or part of their VET tuition fees. Students wishing to access VET FEE-HELP assistance are invited to discuss their eligibility with the staff at the Information Office at any CTA campus.

Contacts

Community Training Australia
PO Box 678
Aitkenvale BC Qld 4814
Ph: (07) 4772 4103

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Last updated: 3 April 2013
 
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