Mediation CPD Day 2021 | Zoom Course
For accredited mediators who wish to refresh their skills after a break, or those in practice who require their annual 6 hours of CPD. All Accredited Mediators are required to undertake 6 hours of mediation specific Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in order to satisfy the Civil Mediation Council (CMC) and International standards. Our annual updates both meet this requirement and ensure that standards of practice are kept at their highest levels. During these challenging times we are offering our usual full-day course via Zoom to allow all mediators, regardless of location or vulnerability to acquire the necessary CPD. The course includes both role play, updates on relevant legal and practice issues and an opportunity for peer review and discussion as well as networking and guidance from the faculty.
What will I learn?
- Update yourself on recent developments within the profession.
- Hear about new opportunities for those in practice.
- Understand emerging case law impacting on the use of ADR.
- Discuss the challenges and benefits of remote mediation.
- Hone your skills and practice new techniques with your peers.
Who is this for?
For accredited mediators who wish to refresh their skills after a break, or those in practice who require their annual 6 hours of CPD.
About the tutor
Jonathan Dingle is a barrister, mediator, arbitrator. Following a career in the Royal Navy including a period as Judge Advocate, he chose to specialise in the areas of Clinical Negligence and complex Personal Injury, particularly those with a military element and balances this with a busy mediation practice. An early adopter and staunch advocate of ADR in the UK, Jonathan has written chapters on the subject for a number of legal texts, as well as the bestselling handbook, Practical Mediation.
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This course was engaging, excellently delivered and thoroughly enjoyable! I would recommend this to lawyers and non-lawyers alike. The skills that you will learn on the course will be beneficial in various aspects of life, irrespective of whether or not you want to practise as a mediator afterwards!
Barrister, Government Legal Department
"I cannot recall ever attending a training course, particularly one that lasts from 10am to gone 6pm for 5 consecutive days, where I have felt constantly engaged and enthused. All of the tutors have been superb and their passion and commitment to mediation is clear."
42 Bedford Row
"The course was better than I expected, the tutors were all fantastic. They taught us from beginner’s level and explained everything in an easy-to-understand way, which meant I didn’t feel like I was thrown in the deep end when I started mediating the case studies."
The Insolvency Service
"An intensive, comprehensive and action packed course which allowed me to see beyond the theory to putting it into practice. It is one thing to read about a field of practice and quite another to try and do it yourself!"
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King's College London
"An inspiring week of hard work, learning from superb, experienced and enthusiastic professionals in a friendly relaxed environment."
KCH Garden Square
"An excellent introduction to mediation and a great opportunity for personal development. I was pushed out of my comfort zone and challenged by an engaging and interesting faculty."
"A substantial, through and entertaining course... provided me with the important basics [and] broke down assumptions I had previously. The tutors were inspiring and kind and I really enjoyed the opportunity to learn with lovely new people from outside of my usual ‘tunnel’."