Oxford, 2nd April 2019
Oxford Mediation and Oxford Constructing Excellence invite you to this informal early evening event at which experienced OM mediators will conduct a mediation between two owners of a business who have fallen out and are in dispute. The mediation will be ‘live’, with stops and starts to allow full opportunity for comments and questions. This free event is aimed equally at lawyers, trainee lawyers and mediators, as well as those unfamiliar with commercial mediation but interested in seeing how it works. You are welcome to bring friends and colleagues, but please register with us in advance. The performance will be followed by an informal reception. Registration and location details through our website at oxford-mediation.com or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Workplace Mediation Conversion Course
Bristol, 2 May 2019
Are you a mediator who wants to develop your confidence to resolve workplace conflict? Have you ever felt the complexity of workplace conflicts prevented you from offering your services in this sector?
As mediators, we often feel confined to our area of expertise: commercial, community, family, in-house, employment, etc.
The mediation skills we use are similar. The difference lies in the way we approach the mediation process.
CEDR believes that our society needs more skilled workplace mediators to bring their expertise to organisations and the conflict that inevitably arises in the workplace between individuals and within teams. We have designed a one-day certification to introduce you to the specific aspects of workplace mediation, and how you can manage the process in a constructive and confident manner.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
North West Mediation Network Event
Manchester, 29th May 2019
Our Vision is to be a centre of excellence for skilled professional mediators in the North of England and to raise awareness and provide a responsive, sustainable and accessible service for all.
This event includes two presentations: “DivorceHotel” by David Leckie and “Online Mediation” an interactive presentation & workshop by Liz Tait.
EUIPO Intellectual Property Mediation Conference
30-31 May 2019
This event will cover a wide range of topics relating to mediation in the Intellectual Property field. Invited speakers will discuss the added value of mediation for SMEs, judges, and IP right holders as well as the latest cutting-edge tools and techniques (including Artificial Intelligence) for settling disputes on Intellectual Property matters.
The conference will bring together experts from private practice, academia, public bodies and accreditation providers who will share their experiences and views.
Mediation & ADR Networking Breakfast
Oxford, 5 June 2019
Oxford Mediation invites you to join fellow professionals in mediation, adjudication and dispute resolution for breakfast. Mediators, ADR professionals and anyone curious to know more about negotiation and dispute avoidance are welcome.
Please book your place in advance.
Co-coaching in mediation course for all mediators
London, 6th June, 20th June, 11th July
This workshop is for all mediators and conflict resolution specialists, interested in helping their clients improve the quality of their communication and reach decisions in mediation, using the Compass co-coaching model.
This is an experiential workshop based on presentation, exercises, questions and discussion. You will have the opportunity to practice your new skills and discuss your insights.
This workshop will give you the confidence to take on those ‘difficult cases’ you might otherwise think about avoiding, leaving your clients more empowered to reach decisions for themselves.
Midlands Mediation Network
26th June 2019
The Midlands Mediation Network is an inclusive group of people interested in working together to raise the profile of mediation as a positive means of resolving conflict. The network will act to ensure the effective development and sharing of information and good practice within all aspects of mediation.
This event will focus on “Becoming a Better Mediator”.
The purpose of this list is to enable mediators to easily find courses and events that they may find of interest and of use. Except where stated, the courses are not provided by the CMC and CMC takes no responsibility for these. The CMC will use its discretion in determining which courses and events to include, but will generally include events related to mediation and which may be of interest to our members.
If you are organising a mediation course or event and would like to have it listed here, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the brief details of the event.