Family Law Pathways Networks is a national program for professionals and practitioners working with families who are separating, or have separated. They are designed to provide separated or separating families with ready access to services they may need as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
One of the key roles of the Networks is to conduct and facilitate cross-sectoral training and professional development opportunities and events that:
- are relevant to the development of family law service system professionals and practitioners working in the legal and community/ human services fields
- are relevant and responsive to the identified learning needs and priorities of local practitioners and professionals
- are inclusive of, or engage the interests of, Indigenous and CALD services, family violence and child protection agencies, mental health, drug and alcohol services
- offer specific opportunities for cross-sectoral networking; and
- encourage information sharing through hosting and/or promoting informal seminars and networking opportunities for members and key organisations to facilitate understanding of each other’s roles
Check out upcoming events and professional development opportunities in your region.