The COVID-19 virus is having an enormous impact on the daily activities of everyone of us. We at Mediate Today are determined to play our part in minimising the impact on our members, clients and students by postponing our training programs and face to face mediation and dispute resolution services. We continue to provide telephone and video dispute resolution services
Mediate Today is delighted to announce our 2019 Mediator Accreditation and Dispute Resolution training program to be held in Sydney from Monday, 4 November to Saturday, 9 November 2019. Places will be strictly limited to 12 participants so reserve your place now to avoid disappointment. This is a small group training to ensure a great learning experience!! This program will
There are few areas of dispute which are as costly and as destructive of relationships as disputes concerning Wills and estates. It is common for families to be torn apart and relationships irreversibly destroyed as a result of the acrimony and unpleasantness associated with litigated proceedings concerning a Will or the division of an estate. The consequence may be that
Avoid expensive membership fees when you renew your National Accreditation as a mediator with Mediate Today!! That’s right! If you are about to renew your National Accreditation as a mediator and do not want to pay substantial membership fees, then renew your accreditation with Mediate Today. As a Recognised Mediator Accreditation Body (RMAB) Mediate Today, is offering you the opportunity to hold
In September 2017 Mediate Today conducted a one day Advanced Training for a number of the Regional Directors of Public Schools NSW who were accredited as Mediators by us some time ago. These highly skilled Directors / Mediators frequently facilitate the resolution of often contentious and complex issues which arise within the education environment.
Mediate Today has just completed making a 2 day presentation on Dispute Resolution Processes in Australia to a delegation of senior policy advisers from the Chinese Law Society. The presentation was made at St Andrew’s College, University of Sydney to the delegation which was made up of judges, former judges, prominent lawyers and senior Chinese government policy makers from various provinces throughout China. The