Become a highly skilled Nationally Accredited Mediator. interMEDIATE’S robust, mediation training is held in Sydney from Monday 6th March to Friday 10th March. For those who pass the course and wish to become a Nationally Accredited Mediator, two more days – Monday 17th April for Practice, and then National Mediation Accreditation Assessment on Tuesday 18th April. interMEDIATE Dispute Management will train you with highly interactive and interesting education, by highly knowledgeable and skilled trainers, in small class sizes to ensure you become the best mediator you can be.
Some of the trainers are:
- Laurence Boulle, Professor of Law, Australian Catholic University International Research, author and lecturer in mediation studies, Nationally Accredited Mediator
- Janice McLeay, Master of Dispute Resolution, former NSW Industrial Relations Commissioner, mediation trainer, Nationally Accredited Mediator
- Peter O’Brien, Doctor of Education, mediation trainer, Nationally Accredited Mediator
- Jean-Marcel Malliaté, Master of Dispute Resolution, Trainer, Nationally Accredited Mediator
- Naomi Holtring, Master of Dispute Resolution, trainer/coach, Nationally Accredited Mediator
For those who wish to mediate in the workplace, add the skills to their current career or work as private mediators, this course is ideal for those who currently work in HR, psychology, counselling, law and any others who wish to help those in dispute, to resolve their issues peacefully and collaboratively.
Our 5 day plus 2 days course exceeds the requirements of National Mediation Standards (NMS) to ensure high levels of learning. The interMEDIATE Dispute Management model will provide you with skills from first enquiry through to agreement writing. Shockingly, most other mediation training courses in Australia don’t cover enquiries, Initial Assessments, which are key to the success of any mediation, or even agreement writing. How do they expect you to succeed without these basic fundamentals?
interMEDIATE Dispute Management has a unique model of mediation which combines the facilitative model, which encourages even handed, meaningful and respectful dialogue, with the transformative model (Bush & Folger) which helps each party appreciate the dispute from the other’s perspective, encouraging acknowledgement of their point of view, and apologies – these are incredibly powerful.
Uniquely, the interMEDIATE Dispute Management model then adds a really helpful educational component.
The educational component of the interMEDIATE model recognises when parties are not able to communicate respectfully, asks permission of the parties to show them how to use highly effective communication skills, and understand the dynamics of their relationship. We provide them with the most appropriate and effective skills to assist them during the mediation and beyond.
To ensure the very best learning opportunity for you, student/trainer ration is 3:1 during roleplays.