This list is provided to assist you to identify and contact trainers to arrange training in the Province of Ontario.
It is recommend that an in-depth discussion take place with each prospective trainer to explore your training goals and objectives, as well as issues such as:
The Mission Statement for Collaborative Trainers and Training and Learning Objectives follow the list of trainers.
The OCLF does not endorse or take responsibility for any individual trainers or training.
This list is for information only.
Mental Health Professionals
Mission Statement for Collaborative Practice Trainers and Training
The Ontario Collaborative Law Federation and the trainers listed on its website commit to the following goals and objectives as their mission:
The Ontario Collaborative Law Federation and the trainers listed on its website recommend that collaborative professionals attend a five-day, forty-hour training, which may be divided into two levels or parts consisting of an initial two days of introductory training and three days of skills training to be taken in order. The following learning objectives ought to be achieved:
The Ontario Collaborative Law Federation and the trainers listed on this website support the Minimum and Ethical Standards for Collaborative Practitioners developed by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).
The Ontario Collaborative Law Federation and the trainers listed on this website believe that the Minimum Standards for a Collaborative Basic Training and the Minimum Standards for Collaborative Trainers developed by the IACP provide useful guidelines for trainers and practitioners and recommend their adoption where applicable.
These IACP Standards can be found on their website at www.collaborativepractice.com.