Re-accreditation

Family Mediation Accreditation logoOur Family Mediation Accreditation is a recognised quality standard for practitioners who carry out mediation.

Membership lasts for three years.

You can apply for re-accreditation up to three months before your accreditation expires.

Re-accreditation is a way of assuring clients and key stakeholders that you’re up to date with changes in children law practice and procedure.

FMC re-accreditation process

Family Mediation Accreditation members are members of the Family Mediation Council (FMC) and hold Family Mediation Council Accredited (FMCA) status.

The FMC has asked the Family Mediation Standards Board (FMSB) to review the FMCA accreditation process.

All Family Mediation Accreditation members will temporarily renew their FMCA status directly with the FMC.

This status renewal exercise grants a passported membership through our re-accreditation.

You’ll remain accredited under the Family Mediation Accreditation until the new FMCA standards are in place.

Step 1: Read the guidance

Before you begin your application, read the re-accreditation guidance on the Family Mediation Council website.

Step 2: Complete the form

Complete the re-accreditation form (Word 63.8 KB).

Step 3: Submit your application

Submit your application by email

Step 4: Re-accreditation

The FSMB will let you know the outcome of your application.

Appeals

You may appeal against the FMSB’s decision.

Contact us

Call: 020 7320 5797

Email: accreditation@lawsociety.org.uk

Opening hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday