Professional Development Programs
Attend face-to-face for networking and personalised feedback opportunities. Programs include: Essential guide workshops; Skills workshops; Emerging issues programs; Advanced conferences; and Mandatory CPD.Face-to-face
Virtual skills workshops
Experienced practitioners engaged as workshop leaders will guide you through content and activities on our online learning platform. Your workshop leader will provide individualised feedback on your work. Virtual delivery allows you to complete the workshop without having to leave the office.Virtual Skills
Live web-based video conference that allows individuals to view the presentation. Webinars are also interactive and allow the audience to type in questions for the speaker to answer.Live webinar
Complete the programs online anytime, from anywhere. All you need is a device and internet access.On-demand CPD
All in-house training workshops are delivered for your firm by experienced practitioners engaged as workshop leaders. Attendees receive personalised feedback and courses are customised to meet the needs of your firm.Contact us
With more and more disputes being resolved before trial, mediation and dispute resolution training is a great skill for practitioners to have. The College offers Nationally Accredited Mediator Training Programs along with National Mediation Assessment.Mediation
Comprehensive seminar materials with an excellent presenter made this an extremely valuable CPD seminar – highly recommended for practitioners at many levels of experience.
How to choose a professional development opportunity
Identify any knowledge or skills gaps relevant to your current role or the role you aspire to.
Investigate the options to address those gaps. Is it a short program? Is it a certificate? Or is it a degree program?
Consider how you want to learn – face-to-face, online or via webinars?
Ask colleagues and friends what programs, courses and other strategies have been most useful to them.
Really enjoyed the range of topics today. All the presenters were well-researched and provided really beneficial information. Loved the informal style which encouraged open discussion.