Friarylaw ADR Civil & Commercial Mediation Training & Professional Accreditation Programme (Accredited Mediator)

Presented by Friary Law.

Ireland, EU & International

 

Region: Ireland, EU & International
Principal Trainer: Dr. Roisin O'Shea
Price: €2,450 
Course details
 
Friarylaw ADR Civil & Commercial Mediation Training & Professional Accreditation Programme (Accredited Mediator)”
 
The emphasis of the programme: Civil and Commercial  
 
Principle Contact:    
Dee Khuwais
Address:    
 Friarylaw Chambers, The Friary, Bow Street, Dublin 7
Phone: 01-8728405 Fax:
Email: dkhuwais@thefriary.ie                           
Web:  www.friarylaw-mediation.ie
 
Course Structure:
 
An initial four Day Training Programme (including a recorded simulated mediation role-play for assessment), plus an additional two-three days of directed independent learning (including submitted coursework for further assessment).
 
Hours in training:  40      
Hours required outside training: 20
Venue: Friarylaw Chambers, The Friary, Bow Street, Dublin 7
Course Timings:   
9am to 5.30pm daily
Max number on course:  12       
Attendees Cost: €2,450
 
Upcoming Programme Dates: October. 2018

Part I: Wed 17th - Friday 19th,

Part II: Thursday 25th to Saturday 27th

Trainers: Roisin O’Shea and Shane Dempsey

Course Aim: 
 
The primary goal of the course is to equip delegates with the essential practical skills required in mediation. On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive accreditation as a mediator with Friarylaw, an accredited body under the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 and the Multi-Unit Developments Act 2011 and recently empowered to qualify mediators via the Qualified Assessment Programme (QAP) of the International Mediation Institute (IMI) as ‘IMI Certified’ Mediators.
 
 
Course Objectives
 
Understand the role mediation plays in the business and legal community
Develop advanced facilitation skills to promote communication between parties
Acquire competencies to distinguish issues from interests and develop commercial solutions
Enhance the candidate’s own listening, probing and evaluation skills thereby improving internal communication and working practices
Provide mediator accreditation so that a candidate can act as a mediator
 
 
MODULE 1  Mediation In Context
 
The momentum for Mediation in a domestic and international legal context, a mini review of selected materials from the Civil & Commercial ADR Module taught by Oliver on the Masters in Law programme at Trinity College Dublin and a review of other Friarylaw mediation precedents.
‘The Paradigm Shift in Irish Dispute Resolution’ – A review of current and pending Irish law in respect of mediation, including the Legal Services Regulation Bill 2011, the Personal Insolvency Act and the Mediation Bill 2012 (and mediation related Court Rules & Processes) 
Friarylaw Public Sector Legal Spend Analysis – an unanswerable case  
International Models of Dispute Resolution & Best Practice – the road in front of us  
 
 
MODULE 2   Mediation Training
 
Programme objectives
Before the Mediation commences
Managing Expectations
Paperwork involved (Agreement to Mediate/Submission documents)
The Role of the Mediator - Role Play Scenario
Distinguishing between needs and wants
The Mediator's Opening Statement - Practical Workshop
Communication Skills
Negotiation & Mediation - Role Play Scenario
 
 
MODULE 3  Mediation Training
 
Review of the programme to date
Objectives of the Day
The Mediation Process – Role Play Scenario
Mediation Process (Communication Skills)
Problem Solving & Creativity in Mediation – Role Play Scenario
Mediation Process (Standards of Conduct) – Role Play Scenario
Closing the Mediation
What are the Pitfalls?
What role should the Mediator play?
“Successful Outcomes”
Writing up the Agreement
 
MODULE 4  Mediation Training
 
Review of Programme to date
Objectives for today
Co Mediation
Key differences between co and sole mediation
Benefits to the parties
“Golden Rules”
Strategy and approach
Co Mediation Role Play Scenario
Co Mediation Role Play Scenario
Co Mediation Role Play Scenario
Summary
 
 
 
MODULE 5
 
Formal Assessment, recorded digitally for subsequent review & marking
Written Mediation Case Study to be completed by candidates
 
 
Admission Requirements:  
 
There are no specific admission requirements although, for suitability, Friarylaw does seek to elicit a candidate’s proven interest in mediation and a candidate’s professional, educational, vocational and/or commercial experience.
 
 
Senior Trainer:     Dr. Roisín O'Shea
 
General Comments: 
 
Friarylaw ADR is recently empowered to qualify mediators via the Qualified Assessment Programme (QAP) of the International Mediation Institute (IMI) as ‘IMI Certified’ Mediators.
Organisation: FRIARYLAW Duration: 60 hours - 48 direct (plus 12 indirect) MII Approved: Yes

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