The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin has established a requirement that CFLCW members participate in at least six (6) hours of Continuing Collaborative Credit (CCC) every two (2) years. Credits can be earned by attending any of the full day training programs such as the Annual Meeting, or attendance at organized luncheon meetings, local Chapter meetings and training sessions, CFLCW sponsored Socials, etc.
At the March 2019 CFLCW Board meeting, it accepted a recommendation from the Membership Committee to increase the recommended standard to twelve (12) credits every two years. A new two-year reporting period began January 1, 2021 and will run through December 31, 2022.
All Members of CFLCW meet the continuing educations requirements of their individual professional associations such as the State Board of Bar Examiners/Supreme Court of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin or American Psychological Association, or any number of financial certification programs. The CCC program of CFLCW is a voluntary program unique to the Council.