Registered Certified and Practitioner Members who hold a current Annual Practising Certificate and are Available to the public for work may upload a profile on www.themii.ie
Following confirmation that your profile is in compliance with MII requirements it will be approved for publishing on the website.
The information contained in the profile must be true and accurate, and you have an ongoing responsibility to ensure the continued accuracy of the information. The MII is not in a position to verify the accuracy of all the information in the profile and therefore cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies.
The MII maintains editorial control and absolute discretion not to publish some or all of a member’s submitted profile. In the case of an exercise of this discretion, the member will be notified and may appeal the decision. Due to the vagaries of technology the MII cannot accept responsibility for your profile not coming up in a search. You should also periodically check to ensure that your profile comes up when carrying out searches. If it does not appear you should inform the MII who will look into why the problem is occurring.
Please contact the MII by email if any of the information contained in your published profile is inaccurate.You may also upload your picture with your profile. The image specifications are:jpg,jpeg,gif,png.Max file size: 1000Kb Image resized to: •162x153 px •350x350 px
Note: Inclusion in the web directory is only open to registered Practitioner and Certified Members.
Completing your General Profile:
This is free text (subject to MII editorial control).Members may outline their mediation services, experience and areas of specialism. The information must be in compliance with the MII Code of Ethics and Practice.
Mediation Qualifications and Certifications
This segment refers to MII recognised qualifications that are condition precedent for a person becoming a MII approved mediator only. Please note that information concerning MII approved or equivalent courses can be found under the ‘Become a Mediator’ box on the MII home page. Please click on accredited training for further information on approved courses.
You should also insert here that you have completed MII approved 32 Hour separating couples knowledge training.
NB Please set out your qualifications in the following order:
Qualification/Certificate: Name of awarding body: Year of achievement
Example: Practitioner Member: The MII: 2013
Certificate Course in Mediation and Conflict Resolution: CRMC: 2007
6. Other Qualifications and Certifications:
This refers to any other qualifications that you may wish to include:
Please set out your qualifications in the following order:
Qualification/Certificate/Diploma: Name of awarding body: Year of achievement
Example: BA in Arts and Music: NUIG: 2007
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.