If you missed the Symposium and would like to purchase the recordings, they are available for $165 for AFCC members and $195 for non-members. Just click on “Purchase Recordings”. Certificate of attendance will not be issued for recordings.
All registrants for the Symposium have access to the recorded sessions. Just sign in using your AFCC user name and password.
To promote general health, wellbeing, and greater access to education, AFCC will present its 14th Symposium on Child Custody in a virtual format. The symposium will include educational and social opportunities. Each session will be 90 minutes in length, with 60-minute or 30-minute breaks between programs to allow participants to return phone calls, check email, and grab a bite to eat. Access to recordings of all sessions is included in the registration fee.
The scheduling of conference sessions provides an opportunity for live participation for AFCC members throughout the world! The sessions will take place in the morning for Australians and New Zealanders, late morning to late afternoon for west coast North Americans, early afternoon to early evening for east coast North Americans, and early to late evening for Europeans. The entire conference will be recorded for registrants who wish to watch at their convenience; however, you must attend the live session to receive a certificate of attendance.
Unable to block off a week to attend this conference? There are still plenty of options! Registrants can attend programs live at the prescribed hour, opt to watch session recordings at times that are more convenient, or mix and match. Registrants could also watch recorded sessions in a group setting, allowing participants to pause the recording for discussion, or to follow up with a facilitated discussion with your colleagues.
AFCC strives to offer a wide range of conference sessions highlighting different research, advocacy positions, policies, practices, programs, procedures, and ideas. Some programs may be evidence-based while others may report on works in progress, emerging practices, or policy initiatives. The goal of the conference is to enhance learning while encouraging respectful inquiry, discussion, and debate consistent with AFCC organizational values. AFCC does not necessarily endorse or support the opinions of conference presenters.