Despite the changes to work and learning that we have all experienced of late, we are committed to offering members continued support and opportunities to participate in cross sector training and professional development. In this spirit, the Family Law Pathways Networks nationally have come together to offer members a series of 6 free webinars weekly, commencing on 20 May 2020, each presented by prominent speakers and covering the following topics:
|20 May||Understanding and Reponding to Controlling and Escalated Bahviours in Children||Trent Savill|
|27 May||The Attachment Style Interview||Liz Sanders|
|3 June||Predictable Miscommunication: Understanding differences between Aboriginal and standard English narrative styles||Ben Grimes|
|10 June||Promoting the best outcomes for children: Using a perpetrator pattern-based approach in domestic violence cases||David Mandell|
|17 June||Parenting Capacity & Mental Health||Rose Cuff|
|24 June||Complex needs - parents with intellectual disabilities||Dr Margaret Spencer|
More information can be found here. Each week members will also receive an email with information on the next webinar and details for registration.
If these webinars are relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development in the practice of the law/social sciences or psychology, then you may be entitled to claim one unit for each hour of participation in accordance with the guidelines of the relevant professional body which regulates your industry. Unforutnately, we are unable to provide legal CPD certificates for this webinar series.