Monday, July 11th, 7:23am

Mediation Training


Would you like formal training in facilitating parties to work to resolve conflicts? The Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution is offering a Washington Mediation Association-approved 40-hour course teaching the process of mediation, communication skills and conflict dynamics to promote peaceful and constructive approaches to conflict and its resolution. Whether in the workplace, home, or in our community, this course will explore skills that can be used in all aspects of your life.

Our course is approved by the Washington State Bar Association for 38.25 CLE credits (7 ethics) for attorneys. It is also approved by the Washington Chapter, National Association of Social Workers, so social workers, marriage and family therapists, and licensed mental health counselors can receive 37.5 CEU credits (provider number 1975-278).

Trainees who have completed the course are eligible to begin the mediation practicum at PCCDR to become a certified mediator (but are under no obligation to do so).

The course will be held July 12-16, 2010 at our office in downtown Tacoma. Early bird registration (by June 21) is only $650 (plus $50 fee if you want CLEs). Registration includes a 3-ring binder containing detailed information about each step of the mediation process. Coffee, tea and snacks are provided during the training.

For more information, or if you have questions, please visit our website at www.pccdr.org or call us at (253) 572-3657.

Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution
738 Broadway, Suite 400
Tacoma, Washington 98402

(253) 572-3657
www.pccdr.org


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Marc Steiner
training@pccdr.org
253.572.3657
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