professional development | CPD

Completing CPD and further study doesn’t need to be a chore. With a bit of planning, you can leverage your CPD points and postgraduate education to truly specialise and add value to your firm and your clients.

In this session, explore the benefits of upskilling with professional development (CPD) or postgraduate specialisations in areas such as mediation or dispute resolution — two of the most in-demand qualifications in practitioner education. Discover amicable and cost-effective means to tackling client conflicts and learn how you can provide collaborative and lasting outcomes for families in transition.

Wenee Yap
Law Lecturer , Postgraduate Specialisation Marketing Manager, Innovator of the Year Finalist, The College of Law, UTS, MAICD
Linda Kochanski
Mediator, Trainer & Practice Leader for Dispute Resolution Programs, The College of Law

CPD: 1 point – Professional skills

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