14 Credit Hours
Determining future financial support and separating property can be challenging for parties, and wrought with uncertainty and high emotion. This course provides an overview of the federal and provincial legislation that governs the calculation of spousal support and the division of property when couples separate.
Who Should Take this Course
Experienced mediators and advanced mediation students interested in working in the separation and divorce field.
ADRIA membership is required to take ADRIA courses and to register into our Program Certificates.
Full attendance for all classes is mandatory.
It is not necessary to take the modules in order, but it is recommended
if you are applying for the Program Certificate.
Full course attendance of all three modules is required to qualify for the Certificate in Separation and Divorce Mediation.
The fee for this course is $800 plus GST.
All materials are provided in class or online.
This course includes lectures, personal reflection, and group discussion. Emphasis is placed on practicing skills and role-playing in small groups, each provided with a coach to guide the exercises and give feedback. Some homework is required.
Program Certificate Credits
This course is a required course for the Program Certificate in Separation and Divorce Mediation. It also qualifies for 14 credit hours as an Elective Course for the Program Certificate in Conflict Leadership.
ADR Designation Qualification
This course qualifies as 14 hours of specialized ADR training towards the Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) and Chartered Mediator (C.Med) professional designations.
Alberta's association of mediators and arbitrators.
Our main office is located in Edmonton: