Programme

Here's the plan for three half days, offering 8 hours of FDR specific CPD...

Your registration provides you with 2 whole group sessions and 4 x 1.5 hour online workshops, running over three half days 3 - 5 May, 2022. Please see the draft programme below. Please note the order of workshops may change but this gives you an overview of the timing and topics. Please note each workshop and large group session is linked to its blurb and presenter bios. If not linked we have it underway and more information to come.

You can choose one workshop in each workshop session line. Please note workshops will not be recorded and shared afterwards, you must be able to attend 'live'.

Day 1 Tuesday 3 May, 2022
9.00am Mihi Whakatau | please arrive online from 8.55am

9.15am



10.00am

Whole group session:
Review of children's participation in the family justice system: an update on findings and recommendations with Dr Deb Inder


Kaiārahi - Family Court Navigators: what they are and how we work with them with Liz Hogan

10.30am Break
11.00am Workshop Session 1 | 11.00am - 12.30pm | please arrive online from 10.25am

Option1
Adapting the format to suit: client-led mixed models (face to face, online, hybrid)
with Nicola Hartfield, Darren Rawlins and
Timothy McMichael

Option 2
Strategies when working with highly positional parties or topic (e.g. vaccination)
with Simon Dadley-Moore and Dr Gaye Greenwood

Option 3
A Pasifika lens on FDR practice
with Rosaline Fuata'i and Dorothy Alofivae

Option 4
How fathers experience FDR: strategies for practitioners
with Nurit Zubery

12.30pm Close of Day 1
Day 2 Wednesday 4 May, 2022
9.00am Workshop Session 2 | 9.00am - 10.30am | please arrive online from 8.55am

Option1
Adapting the format to suit: client-led mixed models (face to face, online, hybrid) (repeat)

with Nicola Hartfield, Darren Rawlins and
Timothy McMichael

Option 2
Strategies when working with highly positional parties or topic (e.g. vaccination) (repeat)
with Simon Dadley-Moore and Dr Gaye Greenwood

Option 3
A tikanga Māori lens on FDR practice
with Wi Pere Mita, Jim Berry and Robyn Leach

Option 4
A Pasifika lens on FDR practice (repeat)
with Rosaline Fuata'i and Dorothy Alofivae

10.30am Break
11.00am Workshop Session 3 | 11.00am - 12.30pm | please arrive online from 10.55am

Option1
Designing good process and strategies for effective use of time
with Ash Ratnam, Barbara McCulloch and Trish Blyth

Option 2

Complaint insights: avoiding perceived bias and managing expectations
with Samantha de Coning, Megan Wilson and Trevor Slater

Option 3
A tikanga Māori lens on FDR practice (repeat)
with Wi Pere Mita, Jim Berry and Robyn Leach

Option 4
Working effectively with family lawyers and support people in FDR
with Anja Klinkert and Lesley Ashworth

12.30pm Close of Day 2
Day 3 Thursday 5 May, 2022
9.00am Workshop Session 4 | 9.00am - 10.30am | please arrive online from 8.55am

Option1
Designing good process and strategies for effective use of time (repeat)
with Ash Ratnam, Barbara McCulloch and Trish Blyth

Option 2
Complaint insights: avoiding perceived bias and managing expectations (repeat)
with Samantha de Coning, Megan Wilson and Trevor Slater

Option 3
How fathers experience FDR: strategies for practitioners
with Nurit Zubery

Option 4
Working effectively with family lawyers and support people in FDR
with Anja Klinkert and Lesley Ashworth

10.30am Break

11.00am


11.50am

Whole group session:
Family Court overview with Kirsty Swadling


Update from your associations

12.15pm Poroporoaki
12.30pm Conference ends