Mediation training set Oct. 22-24 in Grass Valley
Conflict Resolution Center of Nevada County will hold their popular three-day beginning mediation training on Oct. 22, 23, and 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, at the Association of Realtors Building, Esterly Hall, 336 Crown Point Circle, Grass Valley.
During this 25-hour basic mediation skills training, participants will learn how to convene and open a mediation, facilitate communication, encourage problem solving, balancing neutrality and fairness, and much more.
Participants will discover effective ways to settle differences and mediate disputes across a variety of contexts.
This program will provide participants with core mediation skills and training, along with hands-on experience as a mediator in a variety of simulations.
This training is beneficial for educators, board directors, community leaders, parents, business professionals and more.
For over 20 years, CRC has worked with the residents, businesses, and organizations of Nevada County to find common ground.
CRC is a nonprofit provider of mediation and counseling. CRC mediates for the courts of Nevada County as well as private mediation with a sliding scale fee.
The cost to litigate disputes is enormous. Statistics have proven time and time again that mediation resolves more disputes in less time for less money and with less stress, according to a CRC press release.
Trained mediators help the disputants as neutral third parties by facilitating communication and resolving disputes whereby the disputants can craft their own agreement.
Internship hours are available for trained mediators.
Participants who complete the course will receive a certificate as a certified mediator. Receive 11 MCLE hours (9 for general MCLE and 1 hour each for Bias and Ethics). Total registration fee is $295 per registrant; group discounts and limited scholarships are also available.
Registration includes lunch and snacks. Register online at Resolveconflicts.org or call 530-477-6517 for further information.
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