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Mediator's Tutorial (Mediation - Module 2)

This Module is intended to deal with some of the problems that occur during a mediation. It is not based upon 'role play', but consists of the analysis and discussion of situations that arise during all stages of a mediation.

In addition to being an integral part of training for the Register, it is particularly suitable for those already active as Mediators. It is open only to those who have completed at least one Mediator's Training Course or those already practising.

The Module is open to anyone who has:

The Elements of ADR (Mediation - Module 1)

This two day course is the foundation course for applicants for the Academy's Register of Qualified Mediators.

It provides a complete introduction to ADR in all its different guises and scrutinizes Mediation in depth.

Mediation is a flexible process but it has its own basic procedures. These procedures and the Mediator's techniques are examined and then applied by 'role play' to Case Studies which have been designed to highlight and develop the Mediator's skills.

Role & Responsibilities of the Expert

As the role of the Expert becomes more sharply defined and is held under the spotlight with the development of the new rules, the need to know and keep ‘up to date’ grows ever stronger.

  • Initial grounding course for experts
  • Who and what is an Expert
  • The role and duties of the Expert

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Into Court

As an Expert you will be judged on the quality of your evidence - not just the quality of your opinion. The courtroom can be a challenging and confrontational environment. If you are called to give evidence in the Witness Box you need to be confident of your courtroom skills.

This course is designed to give you the knowledge and experience of being in court.

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