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Family Therapeutic Justice Certification Programme – Family Therapeutic Justice Essentials

This professional development certification programme is a collaboration between the Singapore Academy of Law, the Family Justice Courts and the Law Society of Singapore. It is the result of the efforts of Judges from the Family Justice Courts, members of the Family Bar, Mediators, Counsellors and Social Scientists, from Singapore and internationally, working together in the spirit of Therapeutic Justice, as part of the movement to reshape the Family Justice arena.

 

This programme was conceived to give members of the family bar an appreciation of the spirit and an ethos of Therapeutic Justice and in-depth view of what it means, practically, to be an advocate of Therapeutic Justice.

 

21 Oct (Thu)

 8pm - 9.30pm

Module 1: Therapeutic Justice and the Family Lawyer as a ‘Therapeutic Agent’

23 Oct (Sat)

 9am - 3pm

Module 2: The Social Science Perspectives on the Family and Child

30 Oct (Sat)

 9am - 3pm

 Module 3: Interpersonal Skills - The Lawyer as ‘Diagnostician’

13 Nov (Sat)

 1pm - 5.30pm

Module 4: Lawyer as TJ problem-solving lawyer – Conflict management and Communications with other lawyer, Mediation Advocacy and Courtroom Advocacy skills

20 Nov (Sat)

 9am - 5.35pm

Module 4: Lawyer as TJ problem-solving lawyer – Conflict management and Communications with other lawyer, Mediation Advocacy and Courtroom Advocacy skills

24 Nov (Wed)

8pm - 10pm

Module 5: Personal Wellness - Care for Others begins with Care for Self

 

Estimated course duration:

  • E-Learning: 42hrs
  • Face-to-face sessions (or virtual, subject to Covid-19 situation): 39hrs

 Please note that e-learning for the programme will roll out on 13 October 2021.
Registration closes on 12 October, 12pm.

 

Grants / Subsidy

  • All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Participants who wish to use their SkillsFuture Credit to partially offset the course fee are requested to email [email protected] for instructions prior to registration.

 

 

For enquiries, please call +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

Cheque payments, please email to [email protected] with the following details below.

 

Name:

Designation:

Email:

Billing Details (Individual/Company):

Thank you for the interest in this programme. We are fully subscribed.

To receive information on the next iteration starting Feb 2022, please email [email protected]


CPD Points: 25 (TBC)

Dates:
21 Oct, 23 Oct, 30 Oct, 13 Nov, 20 Nov and 24 Nov 2021

YOUR PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$2,675.00

This professional development certification programme is a collaboration between the Singapore Academy of Law, the Family Justice Courts and the Law Society of Singapore. It is the result of the efforts of Judges from the Family Justice Courts, members of the Family Bar, Mediators, Counsellors and Social Scientists, from Singapore and internationally, working together in the spirit of Therapeutic Justice, as part of the movement to reshape the Family Justice arena.

 

This programme was conceived to give members of the family bar an appreciation of the spirit and an ethos of Therapeutic Justice and in-depth view of what it means, practically, to be an advocate of Therapeutic Justice.

 

21 Oct (Thu)

 8pm - 9.30pm

Module 1: Therapeutic Justice and the Family Lawyer as a ‘Therapeutic Agent’

23 Oct (Sat)

 9am - 3pm

Module 2: The Social Science Perspectives on the Family and Child

30 Oct (Sat)

 9am - 3pm

 Module 3: Interpersonal Skills - The Lawyer as ‘Diagnostician’

13 Nov (Sat)

 1pm - 5.30pm

Module 4: Lawyer as TJ problem-solving lawyer – Conflict management and Communications with other lawyer, Mediation Advocacy and Courtroom Advocacy skills

20 Nov (Sat)

 9am - 5.35pm

Module 4: Lawyer as TJ problem-solving lawyer – Conflict management and Communications with other lawyer, Mediation Advocacy and Courtroom Advocacy skills

24 Nov (Wed)

8pm - 10pm

Module 5: Personal Wellness - Care for Others begins with Care for Self

 

Estimated course duration:

  • E-Learning: 42hrs
  • Face-to-face sessions (or virtual, subject to Covid-19 situation): 39hrs

 Please note that e-learning for the programme will roll out on 13 October 2021.
Registration closes on 12 October, 12pm.

 

Grants / Subsidy

  • All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Participants who wish to use their SkillsFuture Credit to partially offset the course fee are requested to email [email protected] for instructions prior to registration.

 

 

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