REGISTRATION CLOSES: 20th AUGUST
Date: 16-20 September 2017
Duration: 40 hours/ 5 days (9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.)
Number of participants: 50 persons.
Methodology: Informative sessions, simulations, interactive exercises, case study, Q&A.
Recognition of skills: Certificate of completion.
Venue: Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, ul. Krupnicza 33a.
950 PLN (Jagiellonian Students)
1100 PLN (Students)
1400 PLN (Standard fee)
Please note that 1 Euro ~ 4 PLN.
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If you enroll in the training you will have a unique opportunity to become qualified mediator with international background.
Our programme is drafted on highly acknowledged international standards. The training is delivered by recognized professionals with teaching experience. They have done mediation all around the world and provide their expertise during a 40-hour training in Kraków.
Within the course of the training, participants will be familiarized with theory of mediation, knowledge of mediation principles, mediation process, roles of people present at the mediation table and differences between mediation and other dispute resolution methods.
However, this is not a lecture programme but an interactive training. Each participant will experience mock mediation sessions during which they will have a chance to mediate real case, as well as present their opening statement. Everyone will be given individual feedback by our experts. Each lecture will end with Q&A.
Certificate of Completion will confirm attendance of a 40-hour mediator training. Under polish law, having such education may form a basis for an application to court to become court mediator.
Please note, that presence during all five days is obligatory. Upon request, subject to special circumstances, one absence may be excused.
Fluency in English is essential to be able to participate in the Programme. However, during the five days you will acquire more confidence. So be sure, that once you have completed the training, mediating and negotiating in English will no longer be any problem!
Organisers reserve the right to cancel an event if the minimum number of participants is not reached.