40-hour Basic Mediation Training at Seattle University Law School August 16-20

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40-hour Basic Mediation Training at Seattle University Law School August 16-20

Time: August 16, 2010 to August 20, 2010
Location: Seattle University Sullivan Hall
Street: 901 12th Ave
City/Town: Seattle
Website or Map: http://www.regonline.com/40hr…
Phone: 206 367-1994
Event Type: training
Organized By: Dee Knapp
Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2010

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This 40-hour intensive training is designed to teach the skills needed to become a facilitative mediator. This training model uses the interest-based approach, including options for generating and conveying offers. Participants will explore how the mediator selects strategies appropriate to a specific case. You will learn to be a neutral third party, manage highly charged negotiations, and empower clients to find solutions that meet everyone's needs.

The facilitative mediation model will give you the foundation needed to handle conflicts between neighbors, employers-employees, merchants-consumers, landlords-tenants, and a variety of interpersonal conflicts.

This training meets the classroom requirement for certification through the Washington Mediation Association. Additional specialized training may be required for some types of conflicts.


The training has been approved for 34.25 CLE credits including 1.75 ethics credits.
This training has been approved for 37.5 CEUs for licensed social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed mental health counselors.
This training has been approved for 37.5 education CE clock hours for educators (for which an additional $75 must be paid at the end of the training).


Lawyers, Social Workers & Educators $725
SU Law Students $200

TO REGISTER: http://www.regonline.com/40hrMediation

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Comment by Jeff Bean on July 29, 2010 at 10:51am
Great opportunity to learn the facilitative model at a law school with trainers who are mostly lawyers. Our own Dee Knapp is the lead trainer (and full disclosure: I'm doing the Ethics module). This class is a prerequisite for the School's Mediation Clinic, so your going to this class will help train new lawyers. And your classmates will be sharp law students keeping you on your toes! To be sure the class happens and students get trained, they need to hit their breakeven point by August 6. So register now!

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