Clayton Airport Hotel, Dublin
6 CPD Points
(Organised by Dee Khuwais)
This workshop is aimed at mediators who want to re-fresh their skills involving role plays and interactive exercises and those who are interested in practising as a Mediator, providing knowledge of the mediation process and framework.
The Workshop is delivered by Sabine Walsh. Sabine has primary and masters’ degrees in law and is a qualified solicitor. She practices as a Mediator, Trainer and Lecturer, former President of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland and is on the Law Society’s Mediation Panel.
MODULE I: THE MEDIATION ACT 2017
This Module will give an essential guide to the obligation in the Mediation Act 2017 for Mediation Practitioners. It includes practical advice and answers any questions about working within the framework of the Act.
Ø Guide to the Mediation Act for both lawyers and mediators.
Ø Key provisions and their implications for practice.
Ø Regulation of the Process.
Ø Confidentiality and Mediator’s obligations.
Ø Mediation and the Courts.
Ø Solicitor’s obligations.
Ø Drafting Agreements.
MODULE 2: MEDIATION SKILLS
This Module will focus on skills and practice and involves role-play and interactive exercises. It will also address some new developments in the mediation field and signpost some emerging practice areas.
Ø Recent developments in mediation
Ø The right process for the problem – designing your mediation
Ø Key skills and strategies
Ø Ethical practice
To register for the Workshop
Contact Deirdre Khuwais on E: firstname.lastname@example.org, Mob: 086 8810074
Clayton Airport Hotel, Dublin – just off the M50 North, Malahide Exit and located at the first roundabout.
€445.00 per attendee. (10% discount for paid registration by 31st January, 2019)
(Cost includes Handout Pack, CPD Certificate – 6 CPD Points, Refreshments & Lunch and parking fees at Hotel)
The MII accredits mediation training courses which meet set training standards.
The purpose of CPD is to ensure that Mediators keep their knowledge and skills up to date for the benefit of users of their service and for their own personal and professional development.