How to Become a Mediator

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Starting a new career and starting a business may be stressful. For many aspiring mediators, it is important that prior to starting a career or business in this field that you get the proper training on what is required. You will need a solid plan for your path into this new career. This course introduces foundational ideas and terms in mediation, with attention to developing students’ understanding of cultivating a business in a diverse, global environment; leading and collaborating in a competitive world; developing a mediator’s mind for an entrepreneurial world; and industry dynamics of technological innovation.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The course objectives are to introduce foundational ideas and terms in mediation, with attention to developing students understanding of how to:

  • Define mediation/co-mediation and its usefulness as a problem-solving technique
  • Assess sources of conflict and select a conflict management style appropriate for resolution of conflict
  • Use essential mediation skills of listening, speaking, and inventing options
  • Initiate appropriate responses in common mediation scenarios, by dealing with issues of feelings, anger, power, and impasse
  • List the steps of the mediation process
  • Draft a written settlement agreement
  • Relate issues of ethical principles to the mediation process.
  • Learn about ethics in the field, opportunities in mediation and arbitration, and how to start building a practice as a mediator

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Time: 5 days

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$1,000.00
  • growthstrategiesforlife@gmail.com
  • 5 Days (30 Hours)
  • Non-Credited Certification Course
  • 3 Months access to videos
  • Access to Free Resources
  • Certificate of Completion
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