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Introductory Collaborative Practice Inter-disciplinary Training by Zoom

Date and time: 
February 2, 2021 - 11:30am
Event type: 
Introductory Collaborative Practice Training

The Traditional Five Day Introductory Training,  which exceeds the curriculum prescribed by the International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), is Now Offered by Zoom.

This course is based on the curriculum approved by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals but offers much more. The curriculum is outlined at the bottom of our website www.CPTrainingByZoom.com  and far exceeds that prescribed by the IACP.  Most Introductory courses are merely 2 or 3 days when done in person but ours is based on our 5 day in person course. Instead of being offered as a five-day in-person training, we are offering it over the course of five weeks. Each session is 3 hours. Your training will occur using Zoom, a video conferencing platform. There will be at least one hour of homework each week. Upon the conclusion of this course, you will be able to conduct Collaborative cases whether remotely or in person. You will learn the theory underpinning the process and the practical skills you need to open cases. You will have the opportunity to practice your new skills so you will be ready to take on clients. Recently, some of our students had cases ready to start immediately after they finished our course. We want you to have everything you need to feel confident that you can begin doing cases immediately. It begins at 12:30 pm EST. 

 

Location: 

All sessions will be conducted using Zoom.

Trainers: 

Brian Galbraith, Deborah Graham, Bev LeMay, Carrie Heinzl, Laurie Stein and Allison Anderson

Contact email: 
brian@galbraithfamilylaw.com
Presenter: 
Brian Galbraith
Price info: 

$2,168.17 Canadian Dollars. Please remember that this a more robust training than most introductory courses. Remember to convert the cost to your own currency so you know the real cost to you.