December 19, 2013
As the year draws to a close, CLEBC is looking back over our programs and preparing for more exciting courses in the new year.
The new Family Law Act took effect in March 2013 and brought with it new qualifications for Dispute Resolution accreditation. CLEBC rose to the challenge of preparing practitioners for these changes.
In 2013 alone, CLEBC offered over 600 Family Law training hours.
Here’s the breakdown:
|Program||Training Hours||Sessions||Total Hours|
|The Family Law Act: Everything You Always Wanted to Know||13||7||91|
|New Family Law Act for Legal Support Staff||7||6||42|
|Family Violence Screening Training for Dispute Resolution Professionals||14||7||98|
|Family Law Arbitration||40||2||80|
|Parenting Coordinator Training||40||1||40|
|Family Law Mediation – Level 1||24||1||24|
|Family Law Mediation – Level 2||24||2||48|
|Family Law Mediation – Level 3||24||3||72|
|Family Law Mediation Advanced Training||16||1||16|
|Advanced Mediator Clinic||16||2||32|
|The Interplay Between Aging, Death and Divorce||6.5||3||19.5|
|Getting Started in Collaborative Practice||21||1||21|
|Family Law for Non-Family Lawyers||6||3||18|
Thank you to all of the course instructors, coaches, program lawyers and program coordinators for your hard work and dedication to make these courses and workshops successful!
Don’t forget to check out our Course Calendar to see even more Family Law programs offered in 2014.