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Video Meeting Facilitation Course Practice Session

This session is a combined practice session and Q and A session on Video Meeting Facilitation.

It is offered as a part of the Video Meeting Facilitation Course offered by Mediation Institute.

If you are enrolled in the course it will provide you with a chance to practice and find out about what is required for you to be certified as a Video Meeting Facilitator.

If you are interested in being trained in this critical communication skill for 21st century professionals you can “try before you buy” and be part of the group to help our students become comfortable with a group of strangers online. Not that we’re implying that you are strange.

STOP Domestic Violence Conference

Domestic violence is recognised as a serious and widespread problem in Australia, with enormous individual and community impacts and social costs.

It is ultimately preventable but to prevent violence we first need to understand it.

In Australia, our journey begins with sharing research, programs or projects that contribute to ending domestic violence.

Join us on Australia’s journey by making a difference and presenting at the STOP Domestic Violence Conference, from the 9-11 December on the Gold Coast.

Your expertise may relate to:

  • Primary Prevention
  • Sector Development
  • Person-Centred
  • Men and Masculinities
  • Theory into Practice
  • DV and the Community
  • In the Crisis/Beyond the Crisis
  • Government, Law and Court

Submit your presentation proposal before the 14 June to be considered as a presenter.

We look forward to receiving your submission.

Warm regards

Conference Program Committee
2019 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia
9 – 11 December 2019, Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa, QLD
Ph: 07 5502 2068

Hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association Inc, an incorporated non-government, not for profit organisation.

P.S If you submit an abstract you are eligible for the discounted speaker rate!

Practice Development Mastermind Group

The practice development mastermind group is a group session for Mediation Institute members who are working on building a professional practice providing or including the provision of dispute resolution services.

The session is informal and guided by the needs and interests of the participants who attend.

It is supported by a collaboration group hosted in the Mediation Institute Members course area which members can opt into.

The session agenda is:

  1. Meet and greet – who’s in the virtual room?
  2. Progress towards goals for 2019 – How are you tracking?
  3. Sharing of one thing that is working well – what part of your goal is on track?
  4. Sharing what your current biggest challenge is and ask for help – what is the immediately most important thing that is slowing your progress towards achieving your goal?
  5. Sharing of ideas, insights and suggestions – respectfully and in the spirit of collaboration
  6. Making a committment for the next month – be prepared to share what you propose to do to work on your business

Online Peer Group Supervision Session

Description

This event is a monthly online peer group supervision session for Mediation Institute Members and guests.

Members are encouraged to come along to share and discuss practice issues and examples, explore alternatives and share learnings in an informal and confidential group environment.

Group Format:

  • We can split into interest groups if there are three or more people interested in a specific style of mediation e.g commercial, workplace, elder mediation, Family Dispute Resolution, family group conferencing etc otherwise we’ll remain in a single group and discover what can be learnt from different approaches and contexts of dispute resolution.

Group Rules:

  1. Respect for each other and ensure that any feedback is constructive and considerate
  2. Maintain the confidentiality of clients by avoiding real names and identifying information – our focus is on the practice issues and learnings not gossip!
  3. Bring along your observations from interesting cases, questions you’ve been pondering and any other contributions that you think will be of interest to your collegues.

Not a Mediation Institute Member?

Join us!

It is only $220 for two years Membership.

It is currently $320 for two years if you would like to apply for NMAS Accreditation through Mediation Institute next renewal of your NMAS Accreditation. A pro-rata fee is payable if you would like to join and bring your Mediation Institute membership and NMAS accreditation into sync.

https://www.mediationinstitute.edu.au/join-mediation-institute/

Video Meeting Facilitation Course Practice Session

This session is a combined practice session and Q and A session on Video Meeting Facilitation.

It is offered as a part of the Video Meeting Facilitation Course offered by Mediation Institute.

If you are enrolled in the course it will provide you with a chance to practice and find out about what is required for you to be certified as a Video Meeting Facilitator.

If you are interested in being trained in this critical communication skill for 21st century professionals you can “try before you buy” and be part of the group to help our students become comfortable with a group of strangers online. Not that we’re implying that you are strange.

Practice Development Mastermind Group

The practice development mastermind group is a group session for Mediation Institute members who are working on building a professional practice providing or including the provision of dispute resolution services.

The session is informal and guided by the needs and interests of the participants who attend.

It is supported by a collaboration group hosted in the Mediation Institute Members course area which members can opt into.

The session agenda is:

  1. Meet and greet – who’s in the virtual room?
  2. Progress towards goals for 2019 – How are you tracking?
  3. Sharing of one thing that is working well – what part of your goal is on track?
  4. Sharing what your current biggest challenge is and ask for help – what is the immediately most important thing that is slowing your progress towards achieving your goal?
  5. Sharing of ideas, insights and suggestions – respectfully and in the spirit of collaboration
  6. Making a committment for the next month – be prepared to share what you propose to do to work on your business
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