As the only professional, not-for-profit association for Mediators in Ireland, the MII recognises and values the contributions to mediation from people across all areas of society and different areas of mediation.
The MII has different categories of membership which follow the cycle of education and qualification of mediators. This begins with Trainee membership, progressing to Certified membership on successful completion of training and assessment and on to Practitioner membership which is an advanced level of experienced Mediator, There are also categories of membership for those with a general interest in mediation but with no wish to practice and organisations that are interested in mediation. You will find more information on the different categories of membership on the relevant links.
There are many reasons for joining the MII including:
If you are currently training to be a mediator on an MII Accredited training course you may apply for Trainee Membership for the year in which you undertake your training and the following year.
If you have successfully completed an MII Accredited training course and skills assessment you may apply for Certified Membership
Once you have met the requirements for Practitioner membership you may submit your application for assessment to become a Practitioner member.
If you have a general interest in mediation but are not in practice as a mediator you may apply for General Membership
If you have completed an MII Accredited training course but, for any reason, have not completed the skills assessment as part of the course you may apply to the MII to undertake your assessment. While you are waiting for the assessment date you will need to be registered as either a Trainee member or apply for Associate Membership
The Organisation Member category is for organisations that are interested in mediation and provides for them to be informed of developments in mediation and to avail of membership rates .
In specific circumstances, the MII will consider applications from individual applicants who can provide documentary evidence that they have completed an equivalent course that meets the 60 hours minimum requirement in accordance with the MII approved standards and have successfully completed an MII approved Certified Member Skills Assessment as part of the course or through the MII approved process.
If you have completed training other than MII Accredited Training and believe that you have equivalent skills, you can apply for membership based on Equivalence of Training.
You must be able to comply with the following requirements to make an application:
Applicants must complete the application form in full – only fully completed applications with accompanying required documentation will be accepted for review Download the Application Form
Please contact the MII office to make an application for equivalence of training. email@example.com
Click on the Join Now button and follow the instructions. You will need to upload documents in connection with your application.
If you have any difficulties with signing up online please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or to the office on 01 6099190
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.