Mediation awareness training
This workshop introduces delegates to the concept of mediation and highlights its effectiveness in relation to conflicts.
Effective dispute resolution services have always been regarded as something that a civilised society should provide for its citizens. Where parties cannot agree outcomes for themselves, a principled and neutral process offering an adjudicated outcome has typically been established by mutual social consent.
In addition to an overview of the historical landscape of mediation, by the end of the seminar delegates will be able to:
- identify key benefits of the process
- distinguish the framework and phases of mediation
- distinguish cases which are both suitable and non suitable for mediation
- identify key skills, which contribute to effective mediation practice
- know how to introduce a mediation culture.
Programme content will include:
- CEDR - mission and services
- Mediation - history, process, structure
- The benefits of using mediation
- A role-play demonstration
- Practical application of mediation.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Registration of this training course for the Law Society and Bar Council will be provided by CEDR/Client.
£1600 (+ £280 VAT) - 1/2 day course for one group of up to 12 delegates
£2500 (+ £437.50 VAT) - 1 day course for one group of up to 24 delegates
The fee includes training delivery and the provision of learning materials. The fee excludes faculty travel and subsistence expenses, training accommodation and catering.
This course runs on an in-house basis. Alternatively CEDR can arrange a venue at an additional cost.
Faculty and assesmment
James South is CEDR Director of Training and a member of the CEDR training faculty. He has extensive experience as practitioner and trainer. He has delivered mediation awareness and other training for high profile organisations across the business spectrum.