Our CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution is:
- Has Flexible Payment Options
- Is Trained by Experienced FDR Practitioners with Real World Experience
- Provides you with Ongoing Support
- Is Delivered Online - Study from anywhere!
Our CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution comprises 10 units (6 core units and 4 elective units) and 50 hours of supervised work placement completed within 12 months. You will learn the skills and knowledge required to provide services and interventions for families experiencing high levels of relationship conflict where clients may be involved in the family law system.
Our CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution has a direct link to the provisions of the Family Law Act 1975 and the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008. Practitioners make high level, independent, complex judgements in highly specialised contexts. Are you already working in the field but would like a formal qualification? Ask us about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)!
Our CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution is delivered online over 12 months with the requirement of completion of written assessments and 50 hours of supervised work placement. You can start your CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution course online anytime and study when and where it suits you.
CHC81115 - Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution
|Unit Code||Unit Name|
|Stage 1 (3 electives practical assessment)|
|CHCFAM007||Assist clients to develop parenting arrangements|
|CHCDFV012||Make safety plans with people who have been subjected to domestic and family violence|
|CHCFAM008||Work within a child inclusive framework|
|Stage 2 (3 core, practical assessment)|
|CHCFAM001||Operate in a family law environment|
|CHCFAM002||Work with a child-focused approach|
|CHCDFV008||Manage responses to domestic and family violence in family work|
|Stage 3 (3 core, 1 elective + 50hrs work placement)|
|CHCDSP001||Facilitate dispute resolution in the family law context|
|CHCDSP002||Adhere to ethical standards in family dispute resolution|
|CHCDSP003||Support the safety of vulnerable parties in family dispute resolution|
|CHCPRP007||Work within a clinical supervision framework|