|1 Day Interactive Training Course (10 CPD hrs)|
|“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.”Albert Einstein||Course HighlightsThis course follows on from our highly acclaimed Introduction to Mediation Advocacy course. It is designed to explore in much greater detail all aspects of the Mediation process, specifically looking at Effective Communication, Rapport, Effective Questioning, and the Psychology of Mediation. This is a very interactive program where each participant will be involved in a number of exercises, mediations and also acting as mediator in a least one dispute.Who should attendThis course is for anyone serious about effectively & competently representing their clients at Mediation.It is particularly suited to anybody who has clients involved in a Mediation and wants to learn how to use the Mediation Process to their client’s best advantage. This will become even more important with the enactment of the Mediation Act during the next few months.It is designed for those who have a basic Knowledge & limited Experience in Formal Mediation and want to develop their skills & techniques, by being involved in mock mediations and other practical exercises. |
It is a prerequisite of this course that you have completed the Introduction to Mediation Advocacy Training Course.
|What you will Learn |
|Fri – 6th May 2011||Kilkenny||TBA||To Book – Contact Mark Small |