Interpersonal Mediation Practitioner's Certificate: London
If you want to begin a career as a mediator, gain UKRM-Registered Mediator status, or simply learn how to work more positively with conflict, this course comes highly recommended. Holders of the Interpersonal Mediation Practitioner’s Certificate are qualified to work with all types of interpersonal conflict: workplace disputes, client complaints, team fall-outs, family relationship issues and neighbourhood disputes. The course is nationally accredited by AIM Awards, an Ofqual-recognised awarding body, and is CPD-recognised by The Law Society and The Bar Standards Board.
This is the benchmark qualification for workplace, neighbourhood, and other interpersonal mediators, whether you are planning to be a dispute resolver within your existing role, or are looking to offer your services on a freelance basis.
On this accredited course you will learn:
- What mediation is and how it works
- The step-by-step mediation process
- How to maintain impartiality and confidentiality
- How to initiate, manage and conclude mediation cases
- How mediation can be buit into your existing services, policies and procedures
- Where and when to use mediation as a means of alternative dispute resolution
The price for this course is £1795 + VAT, including lunches, assessment and certification. Numbers are strictly limited in order to maintain a high tutor-learner ratio: any courses with places still remaining are listed below. If you would like further details before booking please see our training prospectus, or give us a call on the freephone number above. We look forward to having you join us on one of our courses.
Please Note: This course takes place in one x4 day block. Additionally you will be required to complete a portfolio after the course to demonstrate your learning, this usually takes approximately ten hours.
Book places on this course
|2nd - 5th February 2015|
|9th - 12th March 2015|
|11th - 14th May 2015|
|13th - 16th July 2015|
|14th - 17th September 2015|
|16th - 19th November 2015|