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ADR Training

Colm Brannigan has been an educator in ADR for almost 20 years at several Ontario Colleges and is a sessional instructor in ADR in the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University.

    Over the years it has become apparent that the theory-based curriculum at most post-secondary educational institutions does not generally provide the depth of practical knowledge and skills training required to become a successful ADR professional.

    In order to provide innovative, cost effective training based on best practices in both Adult Education and ADR, Colm is collaborating with Richard Moore, an acknowledged leader in ADR training to provide a menu of ADR training programs including,

        • Mediation Training
        • Arbitration Training
        • Med-Arbitration Training
        • Customized Training in the above areas

    Industry sector specific training courses will be added to our menu over time.

    Mediation Training

    Led by Richard Moore these intensive workshops are highly regarded and approved towards the Chartered Mediator designation issued by the ADR Institute of Canada.

    In addition to his core Negotiation course, Richard offers both foundational and advanced level mediation courses of interest to people wanting to become a mediator on a full-time basis, and to those whose interests in mediation dovetail with other professional services.

    Next Courses:

    Negotiation for Success
    TBA

    Further information available at https://mdrassociates.ca

    Arbitration Training

    Provided with Richard Moore in Ottawa and Toronto. The goal of this 5-day workshop is to give you a solid theoretical understanding of arbitration and med-arbitration, and ample time to interactively develop the practical skills to confidently design and conduct, efficient, effective and fair arbitration and med-arbitration hearings.

    Topics covered include:

    • conflict management theory and principles;
    • principles of natural justice; law and evidence;
    • how arbitration and med-arbitration fit into the conflict management spectrum and when their use is appropriate;
    • stages and transitions in process, how to avoid common pitfalls, the applicable rules of procedure;
    • codes of conduct;
    • ethical decision-making;
    • and how to write good reasoned decisions in plain English.

    This 40-hour core program is offered in two segments, a three-day arbitration focused overview combined with a two-day med-arbitration focus which builds on and integrates with the first section to provide a unique dynamic overview of arbitration.

     

    Med-Arbitration Training

    Provided with Richard Moore in Ottawa and Toronto. This course is an industry leader in recognizing med-arbitration as an innovative stand alone process that can be used in a range of disputes.

      The goal of this two-day workshop is to provide a solid theoretical understanding of arbitration and med-arbitration, and ample time to interactively develop the practical skills to confidently design and conduct, efficient, effective and fair arbitration and med-arbitration hearings.

      Topics covered include:

      • conflict management theory and principles;
      • principles of natural justice; law and evidence;
      • how arbitration and med-arbitration fit into the conflict management spectrum and when their use is appropriate;
      • stages and transitions in process, how to avoid common pitfalls, the applicable rules of procedure;
      • codes of conduct;
      • ethical decision-making;
      • and how to write good reasoned decisions in plain English.

      This two-day course is both a standalone program and integrated into our arbitration training.

      Next Courses:
      TBD

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