Feedback on the Australian National Mediator Standards

2 06 2011

As you know the  Australian National Mediator Standards were first implemented in January 2008.

The Mediator Standards Board is keen to draw on the experience of three years of implementation to identify what elements of the Standards work well, and what areas, if any, need clarification or further development.

The MSB is seeking input from RMABs, training and education providers and other members of the MSB for this important task.

JCU, as a member of the MSB, is seeking input from CRN members to compile into a submission to the MSB about the Standards.

Question 1:  Which aspects of the Approval Standards work well?

Question 2:  What, if any, elements of the Approval Standards do you think need clarification? (These may be drafting or other issues. Please be as specific as possible and identify particular clauses if possible)

Question 3:  What issues have arisen in relation to processing applications for national accreditation? (Please provide de-identified examples if possible.)

Have you any ideas on how these could be dealt with differently by the Standards?

Question 4: Which aspects of the Practice Standards work well?

Question 5:  What, if any, elements of the Practice Standards do you think need clarification? (These may be drafting or other issues. Please be as specific as possible and identify particular clauses if possible)

Question 6:  What issues have arisen in relation to the implementation of the Practice Standards?

Have you any ideas on how these could be dealt with differently by the Standards? (Please provide de-identified examples if possible.)

Please send your answers to these questions to Samantha.Hardy@jcu.edu.au by the end of June.

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