It is clear that mediation is to play a much greater part in, and perhaps be the primary vehicle for, the resolution of family disputes. The interim report of the Family Justice Review clearly supports mediation as a major part of the Dispute Resolution Services that it proposes as a first step in the resolution of disputes.
In addition, the likely changes to public funding for family matters are likely to lead to mediation being used by more people. In short, now is the time to train.
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There is not a large enough supply of family mediation work to provide full time employment at the moment. Family mediators mostly work on a sessional or part time basis. Some work on a voluntary basis.