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Training ID:276

Guide a Circle Process

Description

How do we hear everyones voice in a group as we build community and address harm? And how do we do it online? Join us for an intensive three days of learning and practicing this ancient art of facilitation in a 21st century format: Day 1: Introducing Community Building Circle Process " Opening the Circle, Honoring Indigenous Roots, Using a Talking Piece " Stories and Discussion with other Circle Keepers " Learning a Simple Structure for Asking Questions Day 2: Practicing Community Building Circle Process " Trusting and Adapting  the Circle Process " Designing and Conducting Community Building Circles " Stories and Discussion with other Circle Keepers Day 3: Addressing Harm with Restorative Circles " Trauma and Considerations for Building the Container " Questions for Addressing Harm " Practice Designing Restorative Circles " Closing the Circle Designed to equip volunteer facilitators to build community and repair harm among youth and intergenerational groups, the course will be led by Chris Fitz, Advoz director of strategic initiatives, and Earldine Tolbert, Advoz trainer and circle keeper, with additional experienced guest facilitators. The course will utilize a Zoom meeting format best accessed with a computer laptop with webcam/mic or iPad/tablet. Please contact chris@advoz.org questions about accessibility. A certificate of completion for 21 training hours will be presented to each participant upon competition of the three days. This intermediate training requires either experience in Advozs Mediation and Restorative Justice programs, the Intro Training in Conflict, Communication & Culture, or an equivalent. Contact chris@advoz.org if you have questions about qualifying for this training.

Dates/Times:

Wednesday, February 3, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday, February 4, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday, February 5, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Total Hours: 21

Sponsor: Adviz

Website: advoz.org/training/

Trainers: Chris Fitz, Advoz director of strategic initiatives, and Earldine Tolbert, Advoz trainer and circle keeper, with additional experienced guest facilitators.

Location: Virtual

Cost & Credits

Before Jan. 20th - $375

Contact

Email: Email Contact
Phone: 717-397-2404

Training ID:275

20-Hour Child Access Mediation Training

Description

This interactive workshop, with a 300-page Manual, focuses on the skills Involved in becoming an effective mediator with parents who are separating. The workshop is designed to provide both hands-on training and a clear framework to enable participants to work effectively with divorcing and unmarried parents who need help in developing a parenting plan at the same they are ending their intimate relationship.Topics include screening for and addressing domestic violence, child development theory: its use and abuse in custody cases, the 50/50% myth, how to talk about custody and visitation, distress and disorder: emotional aspects of separation and divorce, the relation and bifurcation of custody and child support, and parenting plans for very young children. A distinctive feature of this training is extensive use of videotapes for instruction, including tapes of actual mediations.

Dates/Times:

Friday, February 19, 2021 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, February 20, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday, February 21, 2021 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Total Hours: 20

Sponsor: Mediation Mattters

Website: www.Mediationmatters.com

Trainers: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D.

Location: Rockville, Maryland

Cost & Credits

Before Jan. 19th - $795
Cost with CLEs: $795 - 20 CLEs - apply on your own

After Jan. 19th - $875

* Members of the PA Council of Mediators receive a 10% discount, not to exceed $50, on this training. Please contact the trainer directly to obtain the discount. *

Contact

Name: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D., Director
Email: Email Contact
Phone: 301-581-0330

Training ID:203

24-Hour Business and Employment Mediation Workshop

Description

This workshop is for anyone interested in developing mediation skills for use in business and workplace disputes. The workshop is relevant for attorneys and managers interested in workplace mediation, human resource professionals and persons responsible for staff development in their own organization, as well as private practitioners and mediators who want to expand their practice. (The workshop, with a 400-page manual, focuses on the process and the skills involved in becoming an effective workplace mediator. Our focus is on business, with attention focused on family businesses; workplace mediation, especially one-on-one employee grievances; and employment disputes, including discrimination related to age, race, and disabilities, and sexual harassment complaints. (A distinctive feature of this training is the use of videotapes of workplace conflicts for instruction.) The workshop includes role-plays so that each participant can develop and practice his/her skills. Carls grasp of the material and his ability to teach it are amazing. The course material is substantial, clear and all-inclusive. "I would recommend this course to all my family law attorney friends." David C. Minicozzi, attorney, Branford, Connecticut

Dates/Times:

Friday, February 19, 2021 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, February 20, 2021 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday, February 21, 2021 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Total Hours: 24

Sponsor: Mediation Matters

Website: www.Mediationmatters.com

Trainers: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D.

Location: Kensington, MD

Cost & Credits

Before Jan. 20th - $965
Cost with CLEs: $965 - 37 sub/2 ethics (You file & pay for your own CLEs

After Jan. 20th - $1,045 Cost with CLEs: $1,045

* Members of the PA Council of Mediators receive a 10% discount, not to exceed $50, on this training. Please contact the trainer directly to obtain the discount. *

Contact

Name: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D., Director
Email: Email Contact
Phone: 301-581-0330

Training ID:226

40 Hour Basic Mediation Training

Description

This workshop is designed to provide both hands-on training and a clear framework to enable participants to work effectively with parties involved in disputes. It is for anyone - attorneys, managers, human service professionals, educators, religious leaders, private practitioners and persons in organizations who want to incorporate mediation in their professional skills. This is a highly interactive workshop, using a wide range of formats including video, demonstrations, lectures, discussions, simulations, story and music. The workshop, with a 400-page Manual, covers the basic content areas of mediation. This training presents a six-stage model of the mediation process and focuses on the skills involved in becoming an effective mediator. (ACR approved.) Transformative, interesting, challenging, complete exciting, exhausting, well-structured and delivered in an expert fashion made accessible to newcomers. Maria Di Miceli, attorney, Washington, D.C.

Dates/Times:

Friday, March 5, 2021 6:00 - 9:30 pm
Saturday, March 6, 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 7, 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, March 13, 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 14, 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, March 20, 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Total Hours: 40

Sponsor: Mediation Matters

Website: www.mediationmatters.com

Trainers: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D., & Audrey M. Yowell, Ph.D., M.S.S.S.

Location: This will be a virtual training.

Cost & Credits

Before Feb. 5th - $1,425
Cost with CLEs: $1,425 - 37 sub/2 ethics (You file & pay for your own CLEs)

After Feb. 5th - $1,485

* Members of the PA Council of Mediators receive a 10% discount, not to exceed $50, on this training. Please contact the trainer directly to obtain the discount. *

Contact

Name: Carl D. Schneider, Ph.D., Director
Email: Email Contact
Phone: 301-581-0330

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