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Experience Qualified Pathway to NMAS Accreditation

Experience Qualified Pathways There are two experience qualified pathways for people who are working as unaccredited mediators who wish to become accredited. Experience, education and assessment. CALD knowledge, experience and assessment. Both Pathways...

Anniversary Special closing soon

For the month of November Mediation Institute has been running an anniversary special on our NMAS Mediator Accreditation Course. Save hundreds by enroling before the end of November. Buy...

Role Play Day Perth

Description The NMAS Role Play day in Perth is an opportunity to practice your mediation skills or share in a fun and collegiate environment as a role player. The opportunity to role play as a mediator is available for current Mediation Institute students. The...

Assertive Communication

Did you know that Mediation Institute doesn't just train mediation? We also provide training in a wide range of interpersonal and business related skills such as Assertiveness Training. Online Learning in Assertiveness We prefer to pre-teach before we bring...

Western Australian Mediators

We've been approached about an opportunity for Western Australian mediators with experience in workplace mediation to provide contract mediation services with a national mediation services provider. If you are located in WA and interested in contract work please get...

Education Finance

Education Finance allows for an investment in your future by acquiring qualifications that lead to improved career opportunities.

I hate sarcasm

I hate sarcasm. This re-frame was inspired by a Pinterest post that said. "I love sarcasm. It is like punching people in the face but with words." as if that was a good or acceptable thing to do. What if you didn't love sarcasm either? If you thought about sarcastic...

Agreement to Learn

What is the Mi Agreement to Learn? Role plays can be intimidating at first unless the right environment is created. The Mi Agreement to Learn has been created to make sure that students know what to expect when they come to a role play. We encourage open feedback and...

Welcome Rene

Mi Mediation Centre is delighted to have Renee Catt working with us to develop the mediation services side of Mediation Institute at Mi Mediation Centre https://www.facebook.com/reneecattisback/videos/10156471350403084/ Visit http://www.mediationcentre.com.au to find...

Reminder March NMAS Mediator Accreditation Special

Don't miss out on our NMAS Mediator Accreditation special if you are still looking for training to become a Nationally Accredited Mediator. The Special $550 effective discount as we are waiving the assessment fee for new enrolments in March 2017 only. March fee for...

Mediator Panel EOI ACT Magistrates Court

The ACT Magistrates Court seeks expressions of interest for mediators panel Applications close 3 March 2017 The ACT Magistrates Court is seeking expressions of interest from persons who are: Registered as nationally accredited mediators; and Legal practitioners who...

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