The Peace and Reconciliation Group are offering this training opportunity to anyone who may be interested in the field of conflict resolution and mediation.
This accredited course is designed to help participants build an initial understanding of the role of mediation in conflict situations. It will provide clear working definitions of mediation, the processes involved and the skills needed in mediation. The course will give the participants clear strategies into how and why mediation should be used in various situations such as the workplace, in the community and in divorce and separation cases.
This training is suitable for staff members from all sections of the statutory and voluntary sector, private sector companies, community workers, teachers, youth workers, solicitors, human resource officers and those considering becoming mediators.
This course aims to provide participants with the following:
Explain the legal framework for mediation and how it can be used effectively
Introduce participants to different models of mediation
Give participants practice in using basic facilitative mediation skills for use in many conflict situations
This course is accredited through the Northern Ireland Open College Network at level 2 with 3 credits. On successful completion of this course participants may progress to PRG's other mediation courses.
Duration: This is a 3 day course, with some home study required to complete a learning journal. Venue: PRG training room, 16 Bishop Street, Derry / Londonderry, BT48 6PW Dates: Thursday 28th June, Friday 29th June, Minday 2nd July 2012 Time: 10.00 a.m – 4.00 p.m Cost: £250 per participant. Cost includes course materials.
For further information or to register for this training, please contact the PRG Office on 028 7136 9206 or email@example.com