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Spring 2014 Basic Mediation Training

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Spring 2014 Basic Mediation Training

Time: June 2, 2014 to June 6, 2014
Location: Community Mediation, Inc.
Street: 3013 Dixwell Avenue
City/Town: Hamden
Website or Map: http://cmi.community-mediatio…
Phone: (203) 782-3500
Event Type: educational, event
Organized By: Community Mediation, Inc.
Latest Activity: Jun 6, 2014

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June 2, 2014 - June 6, 2014 from 9:00am until 5:00pm

About the Training:


The basic 40-hour mediation training is designed to give participants the skills and tools they need to serve as neutral third party mediators. This is an experiential training using a wide range of formats including role plays, videos, lectures, discussions, and skills demonstrations. This training has been designed to meet the 40-hour course requirement many mediation centers, courts, and other agencies use to qualify mediators. This workshop is designed for attorneys, mental health professionals, human resource professionals, educators, supervisors, faith community leaders, and anyone who would like to improve their conflict management and communication skills.


Participants in this training will learn the Seven-Step Mediation Process from the book The Mediator's Handbook 4th Edition by Jennifer Beer.  Participants will also learn a four-step process for identifying and addressing conflict. Participants will be given the skills to see conflict in a whole new way.

Among the many topics the training will cover:

- Overview of alternative dispute resolution
- Execution of the mediation process
- Role of the mediator
- Use of neutral language
- Overcoming stalemates
- Questioning techniques
- Legal and ethical issues
- Drafting mediated agreements

Registration:


Space in this training is limited to 18 participants. Early registration is encouraged to guarantee a place in the training.

Early registration for this training is at the discounted price of $800 if received by March 31, 2014.

After March 31, 2014 the full tuition price is $995.

Students: $800 with I.D.

A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required to hold your seat.  Payment for the full tuition amount must be made before certification will be released. Payment plans available with no interest.

A limited number of full or partial scholarships may be available based on need and/or commitment to community service and will be awarded on a case-by-case basis. Please call to request an application.

 

Tuition cost includes meals, daily snacks, books, and materials.  Participants paying student prices or higher will receive a one year membership to the National Association for Community Mediation.

**Registrations are automatically cancelled 10 days before the date of training when payment arrangements have not been made.


Please arrange your outside obligations around the class schedule so you will be in attendance for the full 40 hours of training. Participants must attend all 40 hours to receive a certificate.

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