Continuing Education Credits

Pre-Conference Trainings

 

Arbitration Training

CME: None, the arbitration training is not eligible for CME credits.

CLE: The Florida Bar has approved this pre-conference training for 5.5 general hours including 1.0 hour of legal ethics.  

Course No. 1905156N

 

Elder Mediation Training

CME: Eligible for up to 4.8 hours including 4.8 hours of cultural diversity (CD), 1.0 hour of mediator ethics (E), and 0.50 hour of interpersonal violence (IPV).

CLE: The Florida Bar has approved this pre-conference training for 5.0 general hours including 1.0 hour of ethics. Course No. 2004722N.

 

Please note: There is no Florida Supreme Court elder mediator certification.

CLE: The Florida Bar has approved this Conference for 8.5 general hours, including 2.5 hours bias elimination and 3.5 hours ethics.

 

Conference

CME: All of the main Conference workshops and plenaries are 1.2 CME hours each. The Conference is eligible for up to 9.6 hours including 1.2 hours of mediator ethics (E), and 1.2 hours of interpersonal violence (IPV). 

Additional mediator ethics (E), interpersonal violence (IPV), and cultural diversity hours (CD) are available via individual workshops.

CLE: The Florida Bar has approved this Conference for 8.5 general hours, including 2.5 hours bias elimination and 3.5 hours ethics. Course No. 2004721N.

 

Miscellaneous

 

An attendance form (Certificate of Attendance) can be found on page 29 of the Conference program book.

 

Florida Bar members, please post your CLE hours online at www.floridabar.org.

 

CME Legend:

CD: Cultural Diversity

IPV: Interpersonal Violence

E: Ethics

F: Family

G: General

R: Circuit

About Us

The Florida Dispute Resolution Center Conference is managed by Florida Dispute Resolution Center, Supreme Court of Florida.

The Supreme Court of Florida, through the DRC, offers certification for mediators in the areas of county court, family, circuit court, dependency and appellate cases. The DRC provides staff assistance to four Supreme Court of Florida mediation boards and committees; certifies mediators and mediation training programs; sponsors the annual conference for mediators and arbitrators; publishes a newsletter; provides basic county mediation training and advanced continuing mediator education to volunteers; and assists the local court systems throughout Florida as needed. Mediators renew their certification every two years and must complete 16 hours of continuing mediator education applicable to each area of certification.

Please visit the DRC's website for more information.

The conference is proudly coordinated by Bonda Experiences, LLC. Bonda Experiences (dba ConferenceDirect) is a professional full-service conference management company based in Tallahassee, FL. Please visit their website for more information.

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