Resolving Family Disputes Respectfully

Training

Caveat: The following is a sample of courses or programs that had been accepted by the CDV to meet the various requirements for membership. This list is subject to change as course providers sometimes change their curriculums to such an extent that the substantive nature of the course makes it no longer qualify. It is recommended that if you have any questions about the course requirements needed for membership that you please contact the CDV or one of the CDV Board members to discuss your situation privately.

Approved Courses, so far:

CLE BC

  • CLE-BC 3-day "Getting Started in Collaborative Practice"
  • CLE-BC 3 to 5 day "Family Law Mediation Levels 1, 2 and 3"

Justice Institute

  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1305 "Asserting yourself in Conflict Situations" (note: when combined with JIBC CRES1100)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1170 (Formerly CRR170) 3-day "Negotiation Skills Level 1" (note: when combined with JIBC CRES1100)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1180 (Formerly CRR180 or CR250) 3-day "Mediation Skills Level 1" (note: when combined with JIBC CRES1100)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1280 (Formerly CRR290 or CR400) 5-day "Mediation Skills Level 2" (note: when combined with JIBC CRES1100; and CRES1180 is a prerequiste)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1495 (Formerly CRR295 or CR829) 2-day "Mediation Skills Level 3" (note: when combined with JIBC CRES1100; and CRES1280 is a prerequiste)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1450 2-day "Intensive Mediation Clinic" (note: if taken after JIBC CRES1180 - Med. 1)
  • Justice Institute of BC CRES1402 (Formerly CCR202 or CR303) 3-day "Shifting from Positions to Interests" (note: if taken after JIBC CRES1180 - Med. 1)

Other courses that have been approved in the past:

  • School District #62 - "Mediation Skills Training Levels I and II"
  • "Basic Family Negotiation and Mediation" (40-Hours)
  • BC Collaborative Roster Society – “Getting Started in Collaborative Practice”