40-Hour Mediation Training
Our mediation training is designed for lawyers and non-lawyers alike and is led by experienced mediators and trainers, William Logue and Patricia Moore. This training is focused around experiential learning; each participant will have many opportunities to apply and practice mediation skills and receive feedback. Participants will gain the following skills:
- Deeper understanding of mediation as a way to settle disputes in commercial and business affairs, divorce and child custody cases, employment relationships, union-management contracts, environmental matters, health care issues, public policy debates and other areas
- Ability to design and provide mediation services in a variety of settings
- Listening, reframing, defusing and containing emotions and other communication skills
- Ability to manage interest-based negotiations between two or more parties
Spring 2014 Training
The Spring 2014 40-hour training session will occur at the School of Law on April 3-5, 11 and 12, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. with lunch provided. You must attend all five days of the training .
*Register by March 7, 2014 to receive a discount (space is limited to 27 participants)
Trainings will be scheduled for the fall of 2014 and spring of 2015. The fall dates will be available early in 2014. To be placed on our email list for announcements, including those for upcoming training, please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On or before March 7, 2014 - $1500
After March 7, 2014 - $1750
Registration closes on March 24, 2014
Click on the link below to register. You will have there payment options: 1) paying in full by credit/debit card, 2) placing a $150 non-refundable deposit by debit/credit card and being invoiced for the difference due 30 days before the start of the training, or 3) being invoiced for the entire amount. Please note that if you choose to be your space cannot be guaranteed until final payment is received. Please review our cancellation policy.
Following registration you will receive an automated confirmation email followed several days later by an email asking you to complete a brief questionnaire.