Mediator Skills Training - International
Who should attend
CEDR training has a wide international appeal and with a limited number of places available, demand is often high.
The programme relies heavily on interactive teaching methodology. This demands an extremely high level of competence in spoken English and English language comprehension from delegates, including the ability to understand regional accents. As the accreditation assessments are practical spoken assessments, delegates should be aware that insufficient English language capabilities can affect their chances of accreditation.
No prior knowledge of mediation nor a substantive knowledge of law is neccessary.
The quality of the programme speaks for itself:
100% of participants rated the overall quality of the programmes run over the last 12 months as very good or excellent.
100% of participants said the programme either met or exceeded their expectations.
100% of participants rated the quality of teaching as very good or excellent.
(Survey of Summer School participants in 2009 and Hong Kong Open Course, March 2010. To view the full evaluation summaries for our international courses, click here)
What people say..."It is the future and CEDR are building it."
(Dutch) employers' organisation
"The sheer intensity of this course is only marked by the satisfaction of completing it."
Roger McKnight, Ballymena Borough Council
"One of the best courses I have ever attended - truly excellent and inspirational."
Susan Bucknall, Chief Executive, Solicitors Pro Bono Group
Partner, London firm
Read what Sir Gavin Lightman (former England and Wales High Court Judge) learned by attending the 2007 International Summer School.
For more information or to book a place, contact CEDR Skills on:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7536 6000