Collaborative Process -Early Bird
Register by 19 May to get our Early Bird rate ($1,997 after 19 May).
- Starts 2 JunStarts 2 Jun
- 1,697 New Zealand dollars$1,697
- Online Course
Our introductory Collaborative Process training is the gateway to being a Collaborative Professional. Completing this training will have you feeling confident and ready to take on your first Collaborative case and build a practice that benefits you and your clients. The 6 week training is held wherever you are! We’ll meet online for a 3 hour workshop. Completion of this training attracts 18 CPD points. In this training you will: • Learn from a carefully curated team of experienced Collaborative Professionals • Be guided through every step of the Collaborative Process and practice your new skills in a supported way. • Learn how to engage your clients into Collaborative Process. • Take your practice from being ‘cooperative’ with other professionals to ‘Collaborative’. • Discover the power of interest based negotiation in creating meaningful solutions for your clients • Receive the very templates, checklists and resources created and used daily by Family Law Results in our Collaborative cases. You won’t have to take time to reinvent the wheel! • Receive optional weekly Q & A sessions during the training to help you effectively implement the Collaborative Process. • Gain 6 months’ free access to our exclusive online community space where you and your fellow learners receive ongoing support and masterclasses from experienced Collaborative Professionals to best assist you as you work with Collaborative Process. This training is open to a strictly limited number of participants. Register before 19 May 2022 for our special early bird rate of $1695.00 (usually $1,997.00). Please note that although it is listed in the schedule below, there will be NO session on 23 June due to Matariki. Attendance at all sessions is required in order to be able to complete the training.
We get that life happens and you may need to reschedule your consultation. If that happens, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your appointment. We have high demand for consultations so, out of fairness for others, if you miss your appointment without prior notice there may be some delay before we can schedule a new appointment for you.