Seminar – Interest-based Mediation
Mediation is a confidential, voluntary process that empowers the parties involved in a conflict to find their own resolutions. The role of the neutral mediator is to facilitate a process which helps people to find solutions which meet the interests (needs) of all parties to the conflict. Mediation is used in formal and informal contexts to resolve conflict in a variety of situations. This interactive, 35-hour experiential course will be taught in two parts and will introduce and build the communication, active listening and problem-solving skills necessary for effective facilitation of the 6-Step Interest-Based Mediation Process.
Interest-Based Mediation Part 1
Dates: May 14 – June 3, 2020 (online)
Cost: $595 plus HST
Registration for Part 1:
Register and pay online at www.collaborationschool.com/mediation-training or email Kirstin at firstname.lastname@example.org to have an invoice sent to your employer.