This course is run through IBEC
Course 1/ March 24, April 14 &18, May 5 & 19, June 2nd
Course 2/ Sept: 15 & 20th, October 13 & 27th, November 10 & 24th
Principal contact: Marie Keogh, IBEC, 84/86 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2
T : + 353 1 605 1675
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Hours: 48 hours (in-course training), 12 hours (outside training)
Course Timings: Over 6 days with optional extra certification day
Numbers on course: Typically 8-10
Cost: €2,400 for IBEC members / €2,600 for non-members.
The approach of this six day (3 x 2 day) workshop will be highly interactive and practical. Participants will be encouraged to express their views and to discuss their own experience.
Typically people who have some experience of working life and potentially people in positions of some influence. It is unlikely that this course will be suitable for those just starting their first job. Experienced human resource professionals, trade union officials, supervisors/managers, other professionals and those with an interest in learning about how to deal effectively with conflict and disagreement. Those who want to improve their communication techniques and those who may be looking at mediation as a career will also find the programme worthwhile. A third level qualification may be useful but is not essential as the course is not overly academic in nature.
This course is fully accredited by the Mediators Institute of Ireland for Associate membership level. An optional extra day will be arranged for those who may be interested in proceeding to Certified membership level.
A range of topics will be covered over the six days including the following:-
An essential part of the course will be a short project which should be completed within three months of the end of the programme.
Cost for the programme is €2,400 per person for IBEC members / €2,600 per person for non-members, payable in advance by cheque or bank draft. Includes lunch, coffee etc.
Following a successful career in Human Resource Management over 20 years, Brendan set up Catalyst Consutling in 2000 and consults to a wide range of clients on a diverse mix of projects covering the full span of people management, training and organisation development. Projects include workplace mediation, investigation, organisational structuring, advice and mentoring, facilitation, team building, coaching and training design & delivery.
As a Practitioner Member of the Mediators Institute of Ireland he has offered professional workplace mediation since starting the consultancy and is a recognised and accredited trainer with MII. He has delivered numerous ‘Skills of Mediation’ courses, both in-house and in public programmes , as well as shorter conflict resolution courses and speaking at conferences. He currently sits on the Council of MII and is a supervisor for trainee practitioner members.(PLEASE REMOVE)
Other qualifications include B.Comm., PDip Ind Rels, PDip Med Studs (1st Place), FCIPD, MSc.(HR Leadership).
Author of the only book on workplace mediation in Ireland:
“Fixing the Fighting. A guide to using mediation in settling disputes and
resolving conflict in the workplace.” (Oak Tree Press, Cork. 2003).
For additional information and booking form please contact Alexandra Racheru in IBEC, or to talk to the trainer:
Mob: 086 875 8471 E-mail: email@example.comOrganisation: Catalyst Consulting Duration: 60 Hours - (incl. project) MII Approved: Yes
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.