Train to become an ACCREDITED Family Mediator with us
Do you feel you have the empathy, understanding and desire to help separating families? Are you interested in gaining additional qualifications? Do you fancy a change in career direction where you can earn up to £60K a year? Then train to become an accredited family mediator!
Mediation UK have partnered with Mediation MK and are now offering Family Mediator Courses which are starting in September 2021, each course will run over 3 months, after which you will receive the cases and supervision to enable you to become accredited THEN we provide you cases to enable you to run your new Family Mediation Business.
We are the only Family Mediation Training company to provide the additional support, supervision and case loads to enable you to become fully accredited as well kick start your career. Usually you would have to seek a PPC &/or company yourself to enable your accreditation and then seek for the work yourself.
Fantastic value of ONLY £2950; payment plans for affordability are available.
Family mediation is a process in which an independent, professionally trained mediator helps you work out arrangements for children and finances following separation.
Mediation can also be helpful when arrangements you’ve made before need to change, particularly as your children grow up.
Mediation helps you stay in control. No-one will make you do anything against your wishes.
The mediator will help you find a solution which works for you both and will explain what needs to happen to make an agreement between you legally binding.
FMC Registered Mediators have helped hundreds of thousands of families to agree on financial arrangements after separation, and to find a way to parent their children co-operatively after separation.
The process is less stressful and significantly quicker than going to court, and can save you money. Legal aid is available if you are financially eligible.
Mediators work with separating couples in ways that are flexible and tailor-made for your situation. You do not have to be in the same space as your ex if you or the mediator decides that working with you in separate spaces would be preferable.
for more information on FMC Accreditation click here: https://www.familymediationcouncil.org.uk/mediator-area/standards-codes-guidance/fmc-accreditation-faqs/
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