FLiP FACULTY – PUBLIC COURSES FOR 2017
FLiP Faculty are running a wide range of courses in 2017 targeted at legal professional working in family law. Our courses allow family law practitioners to develop and improve the way that they manage clients. Wherever you are in your career we believe that these courses will deliver improved understanding of the way that you work and the way that you support your clients.
Training is delivered at 4 main locations across the UK (London, North East, North West, Midlands, South West). Prices include the provision all training materials and lunches for the full day courses.
Our booking system will be going live soon. In the meantime if you would like further information on a specific course or would like to book a place on one of those advertised below please email us at email@example.com or call :+44 (0) 330 1330 852
The following are the initial courses we aim to provide up to the end of June (we will be posting the rest of the 2017 courses shortly):
Engaging and containing clients 30/11 - 01/12/17 - This two-day intensive course provides the skills for lawyers working with clients who present as intractable and seemingly unable to take advantage of the legal assistance they are being offered. Handling Difficult People & Situations 12/01/2018 - Review & practice different approaches in a safe environment so you will feel better equipped to use these techniques when “the chips are down”. "Can anyone hear me?" - The effects on Children 19/01/2018 - A workshop to help you gain a deeper insight into the needs of children and learn some pragmatic ideas to assist parents.
The art of good communication 09/02/2018 - How to say what you mean and how to ask deep questions that help you understand what’s really important for your clients. How to Grow your DR/Collaborative Law Practice 16/02/2018 - Designed for lawyers who have been trained in Collaborative Law/Mediation and want to attract more DR/Collaborative cases, this one-day workshop will offer specific strategies for building a successful practice.