Civil Mediation Training & Practicum
Kennesaw State University- Continuing Education Center
3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw , GA 30144
December 10-14, 2012
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CIVIL MEDIATION TRAINING AND PRACTICUM - December 10-14, 2012
General Mediation Training
This basic 28-hour mediation workshop focuses on an understanding of the mediation process, communication skills, problem-solving skills, agreement writing, and mediation ethics. Mediation skills are taught in a highly interactive format through short lecture, group discussion, focused exercises, and coached role-play. The workshop is designed to prepare the participant for mediation in civil cases. In addition, this intense four-day experience is designed to hone life skills that can enhance the participant’s ability to interact effectively with others. The workshop meets general mediation training requirements for registration with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. In addition, the workshop is approved for Continuing Legal Education hours (28 regular, 3 ethics, 1 professionalism).
Taught by recognized local and national mediator Ms. Ansley Barton, this workshops will build upon the skills introduced during the General Civil Mediation Training. It provides an opportunity for you to observe, reflect on, and discuss the practice of mediation. The practicum may be taken in lieu of observing court mediation for GODR registration purposes. Up to 12 hours of Georgia CLE available at cost. Space is limited.
Ms. Ansley Barton, J.D., Mediator, Consultant, Trainer
Ansley Barton is a veteran mediator and mediation trainer. She is the former Director of the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and the former Director of the Master of Science in Conflict Management at Kennesaw State University. Find out more about Ansley and her training at www.ansleybarton.com.
How do you view conflict? Many people view conflict as a threat. Asked for words and concepts that they associate with the term “conflict,” few people offer positive terms. However, within most conflicts there is the potential for a satisfying solution. If managed appropriately, conflict can be a powerful source of energy and creativity.
Ansley Barton, LLC, offers a full range of conflict management services, helping individuals, businesses, educational institutions, and government entities to handle conflict constructively and with confidence.
REGISTRATION AND FEES
The registration deadline is November 26, 2012 at 5 pm.
The total cost for the General Civil Mediation Training is $875. KSU employees receive $100 off the Training. KSU Students receive $200 off the training.
Registration for the General Civil Mediation Practicum is $350. KSU employees receive $50 off the Practicum. KSU Students receive $100 off the Practicum.
|$875||General Civil Mediation Training, General Registration|
|$775||General Civil Mediation Training, KSU Faculty, Staff and Alumni|
|$675||General Civil Mediation Training, KSU Students|
|$350||General Civil Mediation Practicum, General Registration|
|$300||General Civil Mediation Practicum, KSU Faculty, Staff and Alumni|
|$250||General Civil Mediation Practicum, KSU Students|
Payment is due at the time of registration. The registration fee includes:
|Textbooks and all training materials.|
If you have special needs, please contact us by November 23, 2012.
Cancellations before November 26, 2012 will receive a full refund. Cancellations November 26-December 6, 2012 will be charged a $125.00 cancellation fee. No refunds for cancellations after December 6, 2012. To cancel your registration, email email@example.com.
GODR NEUTRAL REGISTRATION
GODR Required for all trainings: The fact that a training program has been approved by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution does not imply that any particular court-annexed or court referred program must or will accept as neutrals those who have completed that program. Trainees have 18 months from the last date of training to apply for registration with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution or the training expires.Please visit www.godr.org to read these rules thoroughly. The workshop is approved for CLE hours (28 general, 3 ethics, 1 professionalism).