Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, several Organizations have adapted trainings to take place over internet connections. Please contact the training director of your local DRC for details.
Fall 40-hour Professional Mediation Training
is now scheduled for September 23rd-October 2nd 2021
(original dates: September 16-25, 2021)
This 40-hour mediation course is designed to acquaint participants with the philosophy, concepts, process model and specific behavioral skills needed as a beginning mediator, and for mastering essential conflict management skills. What you learn will be core building blocks toward practicing collaborative, interest-based mediation model and for transforming conflict & communication skills in both your personal and professional life.
This 40-hour training meets or exceeds the regional and national standards for professional mediation training toward certification.
33.75 CLE credits, including 4.0 ethics credits ($25 filing fee); Teacher Clock Hours. Workforce approved training. Student & group discounts available. Please email Sophie@kitsapdrc.org for more information on discounts and scholarship opportunities.
Restorative Circles Trainings for 2021
This three day experiential training will prepare participants to be able to facilitate “Circles” within their communities, in schools, and in juvenile justice settings. Attendees will learn and practice the fundamental elements of circle keeping, such as establishing shared values, the use of ritual and a talking object, relationship, and trust building, and creating a safe space. The circle process is designed to encourage mutual understanding in a wide variety of settings.
Cost: Regular Tuition $490
Group Rate (2 or more) $415
DRC Volunteer Rate $300
Dates: July 8-10, 2021
Times: Thursday-Saturday 8:30am to 5pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Questions? Call Sue Miglino at 360-265-7220
40-Hour Professional Mediation Training – Online Training
This online training course is for anyone who wants to help others solve conflicts more peacefully, build relationships with neighbors, co-workers, and friends, strengthen professional skills, or become a certified mediator with the DRC. Over the course of 40 hours, you will learn the philosophy, process, and practice of a neutral facilitator. The concepts and skills taught are easily transferable and are designed to improve communication in all settings.
Dates & Times: April 22-24 & 29 and May 1, 2021 Thursday 5pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday 8:30am-5:30pm
Credits: 35 CLE / 40 Clock Hours Washington State Educators ($20 Processing Fee)
Contact: email@example.com or call (360) 956-1155 for more information.
Additional trainings are being scheduled for late summer, fall and into 2021. Please check the website listed on our Find a Mediator page.
Take your family mediation skills and practice to the next level with this 20-hour advanced divorce and separation mediation training with a nationally-recognized expert in the field, master trainer Robert Kirkman Collins. By the end of the training, participants will be grounded with the legal information, financial tools, mediation interventions, and personal dynamics required to act competently in this complex field. The training will cover parenting plans, child support, asset division, spousal support, taxes, insurance, and divorce filing procedures.
Having facilitated many successful ‘virtual’ mediation trainings over the past year, we feel confident that this online format will allow for a lively and effective learning environment. Wherever you may be in the state, country, or world, we hope you’ll join us!
INFORMATION/REGISTER: 509-456-0103 or https://www.nwmediationcenter.com/20-hour-mediation-training
Tools for Tough Conversations – varies by topic
This is a training series for past participants of conflict training programs. Tools for Tough Conversations provides practical tips on applying conflict de-escalation and communication skills at home, work, or in the community. Each supportive learning session is designed to refresh you on key conflict awareness and assertiveness skills and provides ample practice time using scenarios, worksheets and group learning activities, all with the help of trained mediators & facilitators.
Tuesday, March 2 – Prepare for & Respond to Stress & Conflict
Tuesday, March 16 – Learn to Listen Fully
Tuesday, April 20 – Explore Biases, Identify Opportunities for Inclusion
Tuesday, May 25 – Practice Speaking Up When it Matters Most
Tuesday, June 29 – Find Common Ground in Times of Difference
Tuesday, July 20 – Respond with Poise in Moments of Crisis
***All Courses in 2021 to be held Virtually from 2:00 – 4:00 PM.
Course Fee: $40 for a single class, $200 for the series
Registration Details: www.whatcomdrc.org
Offering a variety of online trainings.
For more information or questions, please contact our training coordinator at 360-676-0122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org