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10 Ways to have a Better Conversation.

This post is a summary of a TED talk of interest or relevance to Mediators. The ten tips apply well to your role as a mediator in helping people to have better conversations just as much as they do in your everyday life having conversations with your family, friends...

What is a mediation role play?

What is a mediation role play?  We answer this question in this blog post because it can be really hard for students to know what is and isn't an acceptable standard when it comes to their studies. This is especially true when the are leaning something that requires...

Training and Membership Options

The training and membership options booklet gives a summary of the services available through Mediation Institute. Mediation Institute has come a long way in the past five years since we founded with the intention of making dispute resolution more...

Hosted NMAS Accreditation Course

Mediation Institute now offers the opportunity for organisations to arrange a blended delivery NMAS Accreditation Course through a hosted workshop model. How does it work? Mediation Institute provides this opportunity for organisations who have 3 or more...

Training in Perth

The Mediation Institute training team is making the trip over to Perth in a couple of weeks and will be running some training and role play days during our visit. If you are Perth based Student, Graduate or interested in studying with Mediation Institute...

Join Mediation Institute and save

If you are a Mediator or Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner are you paying too much for your membership association? Join Mediation Institute and save some money Some of the reasons for joining Mediation Institute is a Recognised Mediator Accreditation Body (RMAB)...

Sweeping Changes to the Family Court System announced.

Pre-empting the current review into the Family Court System the Australian Attorney General, Christian Porter, announced on the 30th May 2018 that the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court will merge. The change is to take effect from the 1st January 2019. The...

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