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NMAS mediators, Family Group Conference Facilitators and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners in Australia.
Why Mediation Institute?
We’ve been training online since 2013 because it is flexible and improves accessibility.
Our high-quality approach ensures you learn the skills needed by a mediator at your pace via online learning, tutorials, mentoring and video meeting role plays.
You can join in our dispute resolution skills training courses regardless of where you live, as long as you have access to the internet.
Once you are qualified we can assist you to apply for NMAS Mediator Accreditation or to meet the requirements for Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Registration and provide ongoing support as you enter the industry as a dispute resolution professional.
Our Training Services
We train online because we believe it is better!
Learning a new skill needs to happen over time to allow for integration.
Our delivery approach allows you to work at your own pace and achieve the best possible outcomes with support and mentoring.
We recommend this course for people who have experience with working with families as a caseworker, child protection or welfare agency worker, social worker, dispute resolution practitioner, psychologist, police officer or similar background.
Our belief is that one size does not fit all, especially when it comes to learning. eLearning provides greater flexibility than workshop training and we think that is valuable.
Use this link if you are a student to login to your course and sign up for role plays.
Mediation Institute provides membership services for NMAS mediators, Family Group Conference Facilitators and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners throughout Australia. Our services include accreditation, complaint handling and mentoring.
Other Membership Options: Corporate membership are available for organisations who employ dispute resolution professionals.
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