Training and Education
Fellows Collaborative Skills Training (FCST)
July 14, 2020
12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (by Zoom)
This webinar will focus on the IACP Standards and Ethics and the interplay of those with our Collaborative Participation Agreement and our Collaborative Process Act. In group discussion format, we will use these resources to discuss the dilemmas and problems we encounter in our Collaborative cases as we try to do the right thing and figure out what that might be. Diane Diel, former IACP president, brings her experience as a member of the the IACP Ethical Standards Rewrite Task Force and the IACP Ethics and Standards Committee to the discussion. Register and be a part of the lively discussion. Register here: http://clioi.wildapricot.org/event-3861544
Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Skills Training
September 11-12, 2020
This will be offered by Zoom; start and end time to be determined. Check back here for more details as they become available!
Membership in CLII requires the completion of a Basic Training and a 40-hour mediation training. Below are providers who offer the mediation training. See Requirements to be a Fellow in CLII for further details.
- Northwestern University Mediation Certificate Program
- Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR)
- DePaul University Family and Divorce Mediation
- Divorce Mediation Training by M.S. Powers
- Illinois State Bar Association Mediation/Arbitration Training
- Gaffigan Mediation Training
NOTE: If you wish to take a non-CLII sponsored training to fulfill CLII’s requirements for membership, before you register for the non-CLII sponsored training, you must submit a table of contents for the course and bios of the trainers for review by the CLII Membership Committee. Questions? Please contact the CLII Administrator at: email@example.com
Other Educational Opportunities
If you’re interested in attending a non-CLII program for FCST credit, please check with CLII first to ensure that it meets the FCST requirements (1: it is a training that directly relates to the skills necessary to engage in interest-based negotiations and Collaborative Practice; 2: it concentrates on process rather than substance and should be highly interactive; 3: it is designed to enhance a professionals’ ability to fulfill their role on a Collaborative team.) Please email the program title, description and program provider’s name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Academy of Matrimonial Professionals
June 12-14, 2020
Schiller DuCanto & Fleck (Chicago)
This program has been approved for 3 hours of CLII Fellows Collaborative Skills Training (FCST) credits.
For other Collaborative-related trainings around the country, check out the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) page.