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Based on Florida Supreme Court Mediation Certification Standards and Requirements

Florida CME Requirement: 16 hours of continuing mediator education (CME) credits 
County: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 2 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness.   Recommendation: COUNTY / CIRCUIT – RECORDED BUNDLE. 
Family: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 4 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness.  Recommendation: FAMILY  RECORDED BUNDLE. 
Dependency: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 4 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness. Recommendation: FAMILY  RECORDED BUNDLE. 
Circuit: 16 hours which included 4 hours of mediator ethics, 2 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness. Recommendation: COUNTY / CIRCUIT – RECORDED BUNDLE.

Child Custody, Race, Religion, Morality and Lifestyle Preference, Consideration 💒

Join me on my new recorded presentation on " Custody" to enhance your learning and CME for Legal recertification. CME: 1.5 CME ( 1.Div, .5 IPV)| Regular: $22.00

Contemporary Project Management

This course covers the management principle and techniques associated with managing projects. Teach students to master the most proven methods in project management as well as exciting new techniques emerging from current industry and today's most recent research. Throughout the text, students have opportunities to build strong portfolios to showcase their skills in future interviews as they create specific deliverables for real-world projects, whether from working by themselves or as part of a group.

Bioethics’ Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics

Bioethics is the study of the ethical issues emerging from advances in biology, medicine and technologies. It proposes the discussion about moral discernment in society and it is often related to medical policy and practice, but also to broader questions as environment and well-being.

Elder Abuse: Considerations for the Elder Mediator(1IPV)

Elder Abuse: Considerations for the Elder Mediator by Cathy Lively, Esq. Cathy L. Purvis Lively, Esq. JD, MS in Bioethics | Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator: Circuit, County, and Family.

Elder Mediation Advance Directives, Fl. Stat.765 (1CME)

ADVANCE DIRECTIVES -Florida Statute Chapter 765 in a Flash With Cathy Lively, Esq. ADVANCE DIRECTIVES: Florida Statute Chapter 765 in a Flash covers what mediators and participants should know when considering taking on Elder Mediation Conferencing.

Elder Mediation-S.Cassidy, MD., JD (1.8 CME, 1IPV, 1Div)

Join Dr. Susan O. Cassidy, MD, JD in this recorded presentation on Elder Mediation issues.

Technology Integration for Meaningful Classroom Use

This course introduces educators to the range of educational computing applications. This course introduces ideas, concepts, and strategies for integrating computers into classroom teaching.

Workplace Bullying

Training on preventing bullying in the workplace is crucial in creating a workplace that is inclusive and safe for all to work.

Guiding Children’s Learning of Mathematics

This course gives you a thorough introduction to mathematics methods and concepts and provides you with a practical resource guide to teaching grade K-6 mathematics. Presented are methods of teaching mathematical concepts recommended by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics as basic to an elementary and middle school curriculum. These methods are based on research of learning theorists and successful classroom procedures.

Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers

This course is intended to build or reinforce a foundation in fundamental mathematics concepts and skills. It includes the concepts of geometry, measurement, probability, and statistics with an emphasis on problem-solving and critical thinking.

Elder Mediation Certificate Course

Elder-care mediation is a new and growing practice area, which offers many benefits. As a civil and/or family mediator, you will benefit by expanding your mediator skills and by considering the ethical decisions you need to make as an eldercare mediator.

Human Resources Management

In this course, students will focus on fundamental functions of human resource management; relationships between personnel management, and organizations’ emerging role of personnel administration in the development of strategic policies for organizations.

Responsibility In the Workplace

Responsibility In the Workplace. One of the most critical traits to look for in an employee is responsibility. Responsible employees drive the success of an organization, whether for profit or not for profit. The responsibility in the workplace workshop will introduce to you the idea of responsibility and the traits that define a responsible employee. It will also show the effects of having responsible employees versus irresponsible employees. And finally, the workshop will cover the steps to becoming more responsible.

The Reality of Elder Abuse(1 IPV)

Join Dr. Sara Hoefler as she talks about a topic all mediators must be aware of: elder abuse. This presentation will help mediators to identify the spectrum of signs and symptoms of elder abuse as well as learn about their professional reporting responsibility.

Hot Topics in Family Law mediation: Adolescents and Divorce (1CME)

"Adolescents and Divorce" can help mediators better understand how the divorce process impacts children in this particular stage of life. If marriage represents an integration of individuals into a single pair - divorce involves a return to a separate identity for each of the parents. It also represents a major impact on the identity of the adolescent caught in the middle.

Secondary School Literacy Instruction

Secondary School Literacy Instruction offers secondary teachers an understanding of language and the literacy process as it applies to teaching in secondary schools. The course emphasizes reading and writing in content areas and instructional strategies to support students’ literacy development.

Creativity: Thinking Outside the Box

Creativity: Thinking Outside the Box, will provide you with informative tools and practical strategies that will help shape a creative workplace. Creativity plays a big role in building a positive work environment, one in which employees will feel confident in expressing their ideas. Be mindful that there is creativity in all of us. When this creativity emerges, powerful opportunities and advancements will happen

Child and Adolescent Development in Your Classroom, Chronological Approach

This course examines the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics and development of K-12 learners. Course content focuses on factors affecting the individual learner including culture, gender, and socioeconomic status. The course includes a discussion of learning and its implications for instruction in a variety of settings.

The Well-being of Young Children (.1 CEU)

Health is a state of physical, social, economic, emotional, cultural, and spiritual well-being. How might these qualities affect each other and collectively influence a person’s health?

Gaslighting – Manipulative Emotional Abuse (.1CEU)

Gaslighting: Gaslighting is a form of abuse that many people have heard about, but are not quite sure what it is. Learn about the history of this tactic, the toll it takes on its victims, and the profile of the gaslighter. This insidious manipulation is often termed "hidden abuse" as it works from within.

Spiritual Abuse (.1CEU)

Join Dr. SaraHoefler to learn about Kenneth Garrett's first-hand experiences with spiritual abuse along with input from leading mental health professionals.

Long Term Impact of Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (.1 CEU)

Long Term Impact of Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence: Everyone knows that exposure to domestic violence isn't good for children. Here, you will learn about the findings of seminal and current sources to show the cognitive, social, emotional and biological impacts that exposure to IPV has on children.

Crisis Intervention Strategies

This course provides students a study of the philosophical and theoretical bases of the helping process as it relates to crisis situations. It includes a study of the major concepts and models utilized in intervening in crisis situations.

Model Standards of Ethical Mediation Conferencing (5.5 Ethics,1 Diversity)

Scholars describe the stages of mediation conference as a 5, 6, 7, or 8 stage approach. No matter the number of stages of mediation the Mediators use various techniques to open, or improve, dialogue and empathy between disputants, aiming to help the parties reach an agreement. The National Mediation Board (NRB) lists 6 Stages depicted in 8 training videos in this course.

New EEO Counselor 32 Hour Training

To ensure quality counseling throughout the federal sector, the Commission requires that new EEO Counselors, including contract and collateral-duty EEO Counselors, receive a minimum of thirty-two (32) hours of EEO Counselor training prior to assuming counseling duties.  Management Directive 110   This course fulfills the EEOC requirement for new EEO …

Unconscious Bias Awareness

Duration: Self-paced | 2 Clock hours | 2CME | .2 IACET CEU One of the first steps towards "unbiasing" is education. External research shows that awareness of unconscious bias can lead to reversals in biased outcomes, and understanding of the unconscious biases that underlie beliefs may be necessary for changing attitudes.

Teaching Reading in the Elementary School

This course will review research-based teaching strategies, instructional materials as well as methods and assessments for efficacious literacy instruction. Rigorous learning objectives informed instructional decisions, and culturally responsive literacy practices will be highlighted.

Tort Law, Product Liability, and Consumer Law Concepts (2.5 CME)

Tort lawsuits are a frequent occurrence in the American legal arena. Courts often ordered the parties to mediation which includes statutory mediation of some matters prior to trial. Often court systems, in an effort to eliminate some trials, impose mandatory mediation as part of the litigation process. Civil cases mediators …

Bar Approved Continuing Legal Education Courses are approved by Florida or Texas Bar. Reciprocity may be applicable through local states Bar rules.

Florida Bar Approved CLE

Florida BAR CLE Requirements 

Over a 3-year period, each member must complete 33 hours, 5 of which must be in the area of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, mental illness awareness, or bias elimination and 3 hours of technology.

Please note: It is the responsibility of the member to report CLE credit and to complete the CLER requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions About CLE Requirements – The Florida Bar 

Texas Bar Approved CLE

Texas BAR CLE Requirements – Rules for  CLE

Every active State Bar of Texas member must complete a minimum of 15 hours of accredited CLE during each MCLE compliance year.

  • 12 of these hours must be in accredited CLE classes
  • 3 of these hours must be in legal ethics/legal professional responsibility
  • 3 of these hours, including 1 hour of legal ethics, could be in self-study.



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All courses are offered online. Recorded presentations are available 24/7 and registration is valid for 60 days (extension may be granted at request). Live webinars and workshops can be accessed online at the scheduled time. Courses can be accessed using computers, smart phones, ipads, or similar devices



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