The activities which may be undertaken within a Reflective Practice and Learning group include:
~ MII Members presenting a mediation case for discussion as part of their requirements for Advanced Member status
~ Each member of the group sharing mediation case experience to enable discussion and learning
~ Members or Advanced Members raising questions about their practice and areas of interest
~ Sharing information and learning through review of books, seminars and training events
Each Reflective Practice and Learning group should:
~ Register with the MII using the Reflective Practice and Learning Group Registration Form
~ Include at least one Member or Advanced Member of at least 3 years standing.
~ Record its activities to show attendance, agenda and presenter of case presentation
~ Note attendance at meetings
~ Nominate a coordinator who is responsible for registering the group with the Registrar of the MII, circulating the agenda, recording minutes and details of attendees
Note: Where possible, an agenda should be circulated to the group not less than 7 days in advance of the meeting, and include details of time, date and venue of the meeting.
If you are interested in starting a Reflective Practice and Learning group in your area, please forward a completed Registration Form for the attention of the Registrar.
|Availability for New Members
|Cork City and County online Sharing and Learning Group
|Civil and Public Service Group
|Dublin North East
|Dublin Community Mediation
|Dublin 4 (Lunchtime)
|Karen Erwin Group 2
|Dublin North Mediators
|Kerry Cork Waterford
|The Island S&L Group
|Group meets virtually
|Ducks in a Row
|After 8 Owls
|Reflective Mediation Practitioner
|North Wicklow/South Dublin
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.