THE PARENTING COORDINATION PROGRAMME
Parenting coordination is a child-focused dispute resolution process designed to assist high conflict families in implementing parenting agreements and child arrangements. The training is split across 4 two day sessions, some or all of which may be interesting to others working in the family law sector.
Who is this training relevant for?
Delegates wanting to train to become Parenting Coordinators are welcome from:
Mental Health, and
Social Work backgrounds.
It is also possible to attend the individual modules and these are suitable for all family dispute resolution professionals who wish to learn more about family dynamics in divorce or separation.
In order to become a FLiP Faculty Approved Parenting Coordinator:
We suggest that, as a minimum, practitioners should have three years post-qualification mediation experience and have completed FMC accreditation. However, at the discretion of the course directors, applications may be considered from delegates with other experience where supported by a CV and appropriate references.
Delegates intending to practice as a PC will require a reference from an accredited mediator or their PPC, and will need to be qualified and experienced mediators.
Please note, non-mediators are welcome to attend all or any of the course modules, but will not be entered on the register of FLiP Faculty Approved Parenting Coordinators.
The programme consists of 7 modules normally run across 4 two day sessions:
Days 1 & 2
Days 3 & 4
Days 5 & 6
Days 7 & 8
This Parenting Coordination programme consists of 8 days of training. Individual one day (or two days) courses can be booked separately.
The delegate rate for the full 8 day Parenting Coordination Programme is £1,850.00 + VAT
For stand alone modules:
The delegate rate for the 1 day course is £250.00 + VAT
The delegate rate for the 2 day course is £500.00 + VAT
Discounts are available for bookings of 3 delegates or more.
For further information please call us on 0330 1330 852 or email email@example.com
Good clear information about what PC is and how it is structured.
New skills and new ways of helping separated parents.
An opportunity for the right people and the right training to truly help the dynamics of troubled families.
Really informative and reflective
Really thought provoking about clients in conflict and our interventions
Really good for mediating skills
Insightful, brilliant, must do it!!
Fascinating & Essential guide to dealing with families in divorce
Excellent if you wish to be a Parenting Coordinator but also for wider practice
Essential for working with and properly helping divorcing clients. Necessary to understand yourself.
Gives meaning to the work we do and how we do it and look after oneself.
The best money I have spent on training in a long time, it made sense of a lot of what I have read before.
Screening, assessment and safeguarding should be a must for all family practitioners
Brilliant insight into what most clients who litigate are motivated by and going through
Good quality training. Worth doing the individual modules even if not considering becoming a PC.