Workplace and Employment Mediation Course

Available on Zoom and In Person

16 hours

Our key course brought to you by John Sephton FCIPD and Jonathan Dingle FRSA - everything needed for a mediator to work in workplace and employment mediation.

From £600.00 inc VAT

Jonathan Dingle FRSA
Jonathan Dingle FRSA

Course Code: WPAUG22

Workplace and Employment Mediation Course
Workplace and Employment Mediation Course

Workplace and Employment Mediation Course

From £600.00 inc VAT

Learning Outcomes Include:

Workplace and Employment mediation training builds on a mediator's  existing skills to develop fluency in techniques that are essential in these key areas.  The course focuses on  the statutory and regulatory framwork as well as the practical skills in what are often demanding mediations.  This includes reality testing and reframing as well as the use of reflective language and active listening.  Delegates are encouraged to consider their own practice and identify areas in which they might make improvements, including how they might best support inclusivity and avoid the potential for unconscious bias within their mediations.

Delegates are encouraged, if they have experience in the area, to bring an issue they have actually encountered in a mediation that they would be prepared to share, in a confidential environment, with fellow delegates. The purpose being, to learn through others, in a shared way, in sessions led by highly experienced mediators.


Course availability

5 – 6 Dec 2024

Zoom course, Zoom Pro

16 hours

Starts at:

Thursday 5 December 2024 9:30am

Ends at:

Friday 6 December 2024 5:00pm

Cost

£600.00 inc VAT

Location details
  • Zoom course
  • Online
  • Zoom Pro
  • All regions

5 – 6 Dec 2024

Temple, Temple, London

16 hours

Starts at:

Thursday 5 December 2024 10:00am

Ends at:

Friday 6 December 2024 4:00pm

Cost

£600.00 inc VAT

Location details
  • Temple
  • Ashley Building - Third Floor
  • Middle Temple Lane
  • Temple, London
  • EC4Y 9BT
  • We are on the Third Floor of the Ashley Building in Middle Temple Lane - EC4Y 9BT: there is a lift up and a great cafe on the lower ground floor. It is a wonderful part of history and a day out in its own right. Sign in with John the Head Porter or a colleague as you arrive and they will direct you to the Mediation Training.

6 – 7 Feb 2025

Temple, Temple, London

16 hours

Starts at:

Thursday 6 February 2025 10:00am

Ends at:

Friday 7 February 2025 5:00pm

Cost

£660.00 inc VAT

Location details
  • Temple
  • Ashley Building - Third Floor
  • Middle Temple Lane
  • Temple, London
  • EC4Y 9BT
  • We are on the Third Floor of the Ashley Building in Middle Temple Lane - EC4Y 9BT: there is a lift up and a great cafe on the lower ground floor. It is a wonderful part of history and a day out in its own right. Sign in with John the Head Porter or a colleague as you arrive and they will direct you to the Mediation Training.

About the tutor

Jonathan Dingle FRSA
Jonathan Dingle FRSA Faculty Leader, Mediator and Mentor

Jonathan Dingle is an institution in mediation. The founder of the Civil Mediation Council and later the Society of Mediators, he is leader of the Faculty at 218 Strand - the Society of Mediators' training arm. Jonathan works across the UK, in Europe and South Africa, and in the USA/Caribbean on a wide variety of commercial, civil, relationship, and workplace matters - as well as international and regional cases involving the most complex issues. He is working in township suburbs of Johannesburg on restorative justice mediation and on islands in the Mediterranean to develop effective access to resolution. He has be honoured with numerous awards and is a FRSA, as well as a member of the Middle Temple, a barrister, and an arbitrator in sub-Saharan Africa.

Jonathan has undertaken more than 2,500 mediations and ADR processes (as of April 2024) and recent matters have included nationally important artefacts, major artistic disagreements, personal relationship breakdowns, the fate of animals, armed forces issues, and cross-border commercial disputes. He undertakes highly sensitive matters involving people from all situations and government bodies and holds relevant security clearances. He is non-judgemental and has worked with people from every walk of life and background with feedback that includes "legendary", "a caring and incisive neutral", and "(Jonathan was) the difference between commercial destruction and the effective and durable outcome we have now achieved".

Following a career in the Royal Navy and a few small wars, and a period as Judge Advocate, Jonathan chose to specialise in conflict resolution, particularly in cases where there are relationship issues, failures of communication, serious injuries or harm, and those with a military element. He balances his court work and a busy mediation practice with supporting four grandsons in their quests for fun, and exploring the planet on old motorcycles. Based in London, he has ties to the South West of England and to New England, and spends much time at the moment working in Greece and South Africa, as well as the Caribbean.

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 best-selling handbook Practical Mediation. He is available to mediate, to lead courses, or to be shot with NERF guns by his grandsons around the world. +44 207 353 3936 support@218Strand.com

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