With one of our in-house training programmes, you can:
Get the training exactly where you want, when you want
Use the training to start building your team of dispute resolvers
Have the training centred on your specific subject area
Use our support package to get started straight after the training
We can come and train your group in all areas of mediation, including workplace, neighbourhood, medical, and complaints, with anything from a one-day course to a five-day accredited mediator qualification.
Or, if your requirement is more about building leaders' conflict competence - rather than applying mediation skills - we also offer a series of one-day interactive workshops.
All of our in-house training options can be delivered online, perfect for if your delegates work from home or if they work at multiple locations.
If you're looking to train up a group of fully-qualified mediators, look no further than the Level 4 Interpersonal Mediation Practitioner's Certificate (IMPC).
Our one- and two-day courses are perfect for groups who want some mediation skills to use in their roles, but who do not need a qualification.
Designed for leaders who want to address difficult topics amongst teams, chair contentious meetings, or address conflict without the use of mediation.
Today's leaders need to be able to address and manage conflict in the workplace. This is especially the case in meetings, when addressing difficult topics amongst teams, and when resolving their own and others' disagreements.
In response to this need, we have developed a range of one-day masterclasses as an alternative to our mediation training courses. These are designed to equip leaders with the skills required to address commonly-encountered conflict situations in the moment.
This two-day course provides learners with the skills needed to incorporate mediation into their practice. The course combines a small amount of theory with a lot of practice, and provides opportunities for your learners to try out their skills on some realistic case material tailored to your organisation.
This tailored two-day course is intended for anyone working in housing associations and local authorities whose role involves repairing or improving relationships in a neighbourhood setting, addressing interpersonal conflict at an early and informal level through mediation.
This two-day course has been designed for organisations looking to prevent homelessness caused by breakdowns in family or tenancy relationships. The programme is especially popular with those responsible for implementing the Homelessness Reduction Act 2018.
This two-day course is ideal for groups who wish to resolve interpersonal disputes between family members, especially when they involve children and/or parents and carers.
Mediation is now strongly encouraged as an early, informal, and rapid means of resolving many types of complaints. This two-day course provides your learners with the skills required to incorporate mediation into your procedures, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for practice.
Time in education can be a challenging time for many young people. However, interpersonal conflicts involving students can often be resolved through mediation. This two-day course teaches learners how to incorporate mediation into student welfare processes.
If you’re thinking of using mediation to resolve interpersonal disputes, this one-day programme will give your employees a clear understanding of mediation what it is and what it can do. The programme is suitable for all levels of staff and ideal for those with no prior experience of conflict resolution.
This one-day masterclass draws on a collection of the skills used by mediators, coaches and counsellors. It gives your delegates an insight into the psychology of conflict, and builds confidence and competence in putting some mediation skills to use straight away.
Everyone is welcome to attend our webinars. While some of them touch on the psychology behind interpersonal conflict and mediation, we won’t bamboozle you with science!Find out more