Advanced Course on Mediation

Recent Advance Mediation Course:

Who should attend?

    The Advance Course on Mediation is designed for people who negotiate and deal with disputes, either their own or those of others. Managers, HR professionals, government employees, business people, consultants, team leaders, educators, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants, and management representatives, people who resolve employee issues or complaints, people who want to be professional mediators.

Why train as a mediator?

    In Hong Kong the recent civil justice reforms (CJR) are likely to increase the use of mediation. An accredited mediator is qualified to deal with cases of disputes. The Civil Justice Reform ("CJR") in Hong Kong and Practice Direction 31 ("PD31") of the Judiciary (2 January 2010) encourages litigants to explore mediation to resolve differences among litigants.  Mediation has been used to a much greater extent since the implementation of PD31 in Hong Kong.  There is also an international trend to use Mediation to resolve disputes.
    Mediation is a private, confidential and voluntary process. An accredited professional mediator must be impartial and shall conduct mediation in a structural, timetabled dynamic way that an ordinary negotiation lacks. Mediators use trained techniques to open and to facilitate dialogue between disagreeing parties, aiming to help the parties to reach an agreement.

    Mediators are usually paid an hourly rate ranging from HK$1500 to HK$4500 in Hong Kong for their service on dispute resolution depending on their qualifications and experiences.
Course Outline 
  • Mediation, ADR and their place in the dispute resolution spectrum
  • What is negotiation?
  • What to do in the pre-mediation phase?
  • About the introductory phase
  • Tools on communication skills that are essential for mediation
  • About the understanding phase
  • How to conduct Caucuses? The importance of Caucuses.
  • About the negotiation phase
  • Mediation impasses / dead locks
  • About the agreement phase
  • About the concluding phase
  • Power issues
  • The role of an apology
  • Cultural issues
  • The role of lawyers and advisers
  • Confidentiality and liability of Mediatior
  • Function and skills of mediators
  • Ethical issues
  • How to draft a settlement agreement

Call us for details of the programs:
             Telephone:HK(852)2110 0834
             Service: 10:00am to 6:00pm (Mon to Fri)

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