If you're considering a career as a mediator or manage conflict in the workplace and wish to build conflict management and leadership skills, this course provides the foundation for good practice.
Human resources professionals, managers and leaders who want to implement conflict resolution processes into their organization will benefit from this training.
Just starting out? Completion of Communications in ADR
is the prerequisite for the National Introductory Mediation training.
Completion of Communications in ADR and the National Introductory Mediation training fulfill the educational requirements for the Q.Med designation
ADRIA's mediation training prepares learners to effectively facilitate the understanding-based approach to resolving disputes. This approach is also referred to as facilitative, win-win, or interest-based mediation.
This course is six days (40 Credit Hours). It can be used toward ADRIA's Program Certificate in Conflict Leadership.
This course qualifies as 40 hours of mediation training towards a Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) or Chartered Mediator (C.Med) designation.
(additional practical requirements must still be met).