Mediation CPD In-Person Days with the Society's Faculty
For accredited mediators who wish to refresh their skills after a break, or those in practice who require their annual 6 hours of CPD in order to satisfy Society of Mediators (SoM), Civil Mediation Council (CMC) and International standards. Our annual update meets this requirement and is followed by the Annual SoM Reception with drinks and nibbles - please do join us for this wonderful social and networking event.
Learning Outcomes Include:
* Achieving 6 hours of mediation and or Bar/SRA CPD
* Renewing fluency
* Ensuring that skills are kept up to date
* Engaging with out mediators
* Testing other skills and methods
As a group we will reflect on the lessons learned since the pandemic: how the practice of mediation has adapted and changed, the challenges faced and the opportunities presented. to grow and develop. We will also discuss how we can best use these new opportunies to grow our own practices and to promote the use of mediation in new areas.
We will look in detail at mediating within business disputes and partnerships and how interpersonal relationships can impact upon the resolution of even the most technical issues. Mediating at an Advanced level will be explored within an interactive workshop, followed by a group discussion.
Delegates will also learn about the skills and techniques needed when mediating with difficult people and we encourage you to share an example that you have actually encountered in a mediation within this confidential environment so that we may discuss these shared challenges and how they might best be approached. We will also touch on narcassists and sociopaths and the impact that individuals with these traits can have on the mediation process.
After a learning review delegates will be invited to stay for informal discussions where drinks and finger food will be provided and there will be plenty of opportunity for networking and socialising with the faculty and other mediators.
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. He will be joined by members of the SoM Faculty.
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