*This e-learning course was developed by The College of Law Australia in partnership with The Law Society of Singapore*
Have you ever found yourself wondering what makes someone successful in his or her professional career? First, wellbeing and resilience are vital to developing efficient problem-solving skills, as well as building and maintaining interpersonal relationships and realistic goal setting, all of which greatly enhance an individual’s ability to perform and contribute meaningfully in daily life.
Further to that, wellbeing and resilience are important in preventing the onset of mental health issues as well as potentially lessening the severity of existing mental health issues.
As part of our Practice Well initiative, The Law Society of Singapore, in collaboration with The College of Law (COL), is proud to announce our new programme dedicated to helping lawyers build resilience in the workplace and enhance their wellbeing.
Comprising a text-based, interactive e-learning course, this programme has been specially developed for legal professionals by Florence Thum, a psychotherapist and executive coach with extensive experience in the legal profession.
The e-learning course is divided into four modules where you will explore:
At the end of this programme, you will be able to:
Upon successful registration, registrants who have signed up for the e-learning course will receive a separate email from COL with the login details and further access information within 3 to 5 calendar days.
Practitioners who have completed the e-learning course may claim private CPD points at the rate of 1 private point for each hour of content completed and the points must be rounded up or down to the nearest full or 0.5 point. The submission of private CPD points will have to be done by the practitioners via e-Portfolio.
For information on private CPD points, please refer to: https://www.silecpdcentre.sg/Lawyer/CPD-Requirement/Private-CPD-Points/
For information on claiming private CPD points, please refer to: https://www.silecpdcentre.sg/Documents/CPD Guides/Claiming_Private_CPD_Points.pdf
For other CPD events, please visit the LawSoc CPD Portal.
Terms & Conditions for All Registrants
By registering, you accept and agree to all of the covenants and conditions imposed in this Terms & Conditions.
The Law Society of Singapore reserves the right to cancel any programmes without notice.
Generally, e-Learning programmes are not eligible for refunds and/or cancellations. The Law Society may approve a refund/cancellation request on a case-by-case basis. Participant must notify us of their desire to cancel in writing within 24-hours of the registration. Requests must be sent via email to the following address: email@example.com. Do note that a 15% admin fee for refund/cancellation will be imposed should the request be approved.
E-Learning programmes are strictly non-transferrable.
After receipt of payment, you will receive a confirmation note with your log-in details sent by The College of Law Australia between 3 to 5 calendar days.
Purchase of this e-Learning programme will give you a timed access of 14 days for the entire programme upon confirmation of registration. No request on the extension of access will be entertained.
You are encouraged to complete each module/video in one sitting.
The Law Society of Singapore does not warrant or represent that all the e-Learning programmes contain up-to-date information. As some e-Learning programmes on the e-Learning Portal are not new, they may contain information that is outdated. You are responsible for independently verifying all information to ensure that it is current.