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
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
Mediate Today is pleased to announce that we are offering a 5 day Mediator Accreditation Training Program which will be available for all those who have been asking us to offer this course. The training will offer an intense, interactive learning experience that will change the way you deal with conflict. The program includes training by senior nationally accredited mediators and
The new National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) came into effect from 1 July 2015. The new NMAS replaces the former Accreditation Standards and the Practice Standards. You can view the new Standards on the MSB website at:- http://www.msb.org.au These are essential reading not only for those who are planning to become mediators but also for all practitioners who intend to seek re-accreditation under
Make a note in your diary! This exciting and interesting training will take place on 3, 4 & 5 November and 6 & 7 November 2014. Mediate Today is offering an interactive mediator accreditation training program in November 2014, which meets the requirements of the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) for those who would like to attain accreditation as a mediator. This
A group of local community workers has been making a difference in an isolated Northern Territory community. Several community and youth workers from the Shoalhaven have been working together under the auspices of non-profit organisation The Butterfly Playground to help strengthen a traditional Aboriginal community on the edge of the Tanami Desert about five hours’ drive north-west of Alice Springs.