Associate Membership

If you have satisfactorily completed a 60-hour MII approved or equivalent training programme but have yet to complete the MII approval to practice process you may apply for MII Associate Member status.

How to Become an Associate Member

To register as an Associate Member of the MII,  please complete the online registration process and upload a copy of your MII accredited training certificate and pay the appropriate fee. We will then contact you to arrange a suitable date for your assessment.

As an Associate Member, you are entitled to:

  • Updates and briefings on developments in mediation
  • Information about symposiums, conferences, CPD trainings and other events
  • Reduced Member fees for symposium, conferences and some CPD trainings
  • Attend sector meetings, AGM and any EGMs
  • Join a Sharing and Learning group
  • Sit on appropriate MII committee

Note:

  • Members are not eligible to apply for a Practising Certificate and are not approved to practice.
  • If you have successfully completed an MII approved training programme you are eligible for membership of the MII under the Trainee Member scheme for the year of your training and the following year. 
  • Associate Members must be in good standing with the MII and Council reserves the right to refuse membership.

If you have any queries or require further information please contact the MII at info@themii.ie.

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The MII accredits mediation training courses which meet set training standards. The following training programmes have been recognised as MII approved training programmes.

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