This modular training is led by some of the most experienced mediation trainers in the world. It gives you the skills to effectively mediate all kinds or workplace and employment-related disputes.
CEDR Employment and Workplace Mediator Skills Training covers all you need to mediate all kinds of workplace and employment-related disputes. It includes theory, development of key skills, typical case mediation and practical assessment, It’s a 3-day modular course, with the option of a further 3-day module leading to CEDR accreditation.
The CEDR Workplace and Employment Mediator Skills course is a must for human resource management professionals. It has been some of the most high quality professional development I have undertaken in my 20+ years as an HR professional. The content is exceptional, and it provides practical skills for HR professionals to apply in their workplaces.Carolyn Moore , Global HR Lead, Arcadis
The best part of the course was the role play opportunity - this was invaluable. I liked the way that we all got to experience a mediation process from different angles. Both trainers made it safe enough to learn and practice - in fact they absolutely encouraged it!Karina Christiansen
This was singularly the best course I have ever attended. I came away feeling energised and capable of implementing what was covered, and it made me look at my work on workplace harassment in a new way.Gillian McLaughlin , European Union Organisation
Before you start the course, prepare by reading the CEDR handbook and practise mediating using CEDR's unique online Mediation Simulator.
Focus on developing knowledge of mediation theory and process, as well as practising the key skills for an employment and workplace mediator.
We mediate a case throughout the day in groups. Each participant receives extensive coaching, plus private 1-2-1 feedback.
We again mediate a case throughout the day in groups. Each participant receives extensive coaching, plus private 1-2-1 feedback.
Practical assessment, with every participant mediating once and with more 1-2-1 feedback. Cases focus on the earlier phases of mediation.
Practical assessment, with every participant again mediating once and further 1-2-1 feedback. We look at three cases, focusing on the middle and later phases of mediation.