Basic Course Mediation
Mediation is a form of conflict resolution in which a neutral party, or “mediator” helps parties in conflict to resolve or manage their differences.
Mediation can be particularly well suited for conflicts between people who need to have continuing contact with each other in the future, such as a divorcing couple hoping to co-parent their children after divorce, or co-workers hoping to remain at their jobs despite disagreements.
It may also help parties who do not wish further contact to end their relationship in as constructive a way as possible.
After a successful completion of the course you will be able to organize and lead a mediation in accordance with the so-called facilitative method, as a neutral and independent mediator, and you are prepared for both the theoretical and the practical exams of ADR International Register.