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      28-Hour Civil Mediation Training (December) in Fayetteville


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      December 2, 2019

      Monday   9:00 AM

      175 Carnegie Place , Suite 117
      Fayetteville, Georgia

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      28-Hour Civil Mediation Training (December)

      Alternative Dispute Resolution is quickly becoming a premier option for individuals, corporations, and government entities who are in need of a vehicle to resolve conflict. Our intensive four-day training will equip you with the skills necessary to effectively assist parties with conflict resolution through well-established mediation techniques. In this four-day training, attendees will receive knowledge about the history of ADR learn the roles and responsibility of a mediator, enhance communication skills to be effective with conflict resolution, and gain other basic knowledge about mediation, particularly according to the standards and guidelines required by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.The training will include a mixture of lectures, discussions, role plays, and demonstrations. Our 28-Hour Mediation Training has been approved by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. Parties looking to become Registered Neutrals in the State of Georgia must complete a training course offered by one of the approved trainers before being considered. FAQs Does the training provide CLE credit to licensed attorneys? The State Bar of Georgia has approved our Firm to provide CLE credit to trainees for an additional fee.  Attendees qualify for 24 CLE hours including 1 ethics and 3 professionalism CLE hours.  Is the Mediation Practicum Required? Attendees are not required to register for our 12 Hour Mediation Practicum in order to register for the Training.   What's the refund policy? All sales are final but registrations are transferable at least 24 hours before the training.   Note: The fact that a training program has been approved by the Georgia Office of Dispute does not imply that any particular court-annexed or court referred program must or will accept as neutrals those who have completed that program. Each local court program is expected to exercise its discretion with reference to the qualifications of each neutral and may inquire into the training received by such neutral. Completion of a state-approved program does not automatically qualify one as a neutral in any particular local program.  

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