At AMC, we understand how busy our working lives can be and taking time off work isn’t always possible. Therefore, AMC also offer weekend training for all our courses including our Civil and Commercial and Workplace Accreditations. Most of our courses are over one weekend or even a day, with our accredited courses being offered over two consecutive weekends.
Our Civil and Commercial Mediation course is designed for individuals and companies wishing to offer an enhanced range of dispute resolution services, which usually forms part of their range of professional services. The training is designed to develop professional and life skills to an advanced level. It is intense, but with constant support and encouragement throughout. Trainees will acquire the theoretical knowledge and understanding of the mediation process along with training in a very practical environment in how to address the obstacles behind conflicts in civil and commercial disputes.
With the increase of mediation in practice and with the increasing support by the law there has never been a better time to train as a Civil and Commercial Mediator.
Who is the course for?
The Civil and Commercial Programme is becoming an elemental service for any legal professionals wanting to act as a mediator and is an attractive course for Private and In-house Solicitors, Counsel, Barristers, Judges and any other professional in a legal capacity.
This course is also tailored for other professional advisors, such as business owners, healthcare providers, accountants, people within the educational sector, architects, financial advisers and so forth.
Finally, this course can be for individuals who are looking for a change in career and feel that there have the necessary attributes to become a successful mediator.
There are no prerequisites for this course. All we ask is that you have enthusiasm, come with an open mind, have excellent communication skills and are willing to engage in role-plays and shared learning. We ask all our trainees to complete some preliminary reading which will provide you with a general understanding of mediation before attending the course.