Continuing Mediator Education (CME) Workshops
Distinctive Advanced Training Workshops (A,B,C)
Continuing Mediator Education (CME) in an interactive format
Each Advanced Mediation Workshop (A,B,C) Provides:
- 8 CME credits, half of your CME requirement of 16 credits, for Family, Circuit Civil, Dependency & County Certifications......Includes 4 hours of Ethics, 1 hour of Diversity, 2 hours Interpersonal Violence (formally Domestic Violence) and 1 hour General.
- 8 CLE for Attorneys, including 4-ethics, 1-bias elimination
- 7 CEU (general) for FL Mental Health Professionals
- Information critical to your effectiveness and success as a mediator
- An excellent networking opportunity
- Special tracks for Advanced Mediation Practice Issues and Domestic Violence
Program Schedule (Agendas below)
|January 18, 2019
|February 16, 2019
|March 28, 2019
|April 18, 2019
|May 4, 2019
|July 19, 2019
Includes Morning Coffee Plus, Afternoon snack and All materials.
A full refund or reschedule date will be given up to 4-days prior to the start of any program.
Thereafter, but before a program start date a credit will be given toward another program.
Our programs are held, on specific dates, at the following
Fort Lauderdale/Davie-Nova SE University (NSU)--Main Campus-School of
Boca Raton- 1501 Spanish River Blvd, Boca
Raton, Florida 33431
A, B, and C are completely different and distinct workshops.
Each has a different agenda, and course content.
Continuing Education (CME) credits are good for All Mediation Certifications, except Appellate
CLE, CEU are also provided
“Reach New Heights of Understanding and Success”
Primary Trainer: TBD
9:30-11:10am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE: New Insights and Strategies for Mediators; Liz Bradshaw, MSW ,
Ft Laud. Police Dept Senior Dom Violence Advocate of Psychology of Violence
11:20-12:10pm MEDIATION: Solution Focused Mediation: Allyson Tomchin, LCSW
12:10-1:00pm DIVERSITY: Difficult Diversity Dilemmas
1:15-2:15pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00-5:25pm ETHICS: Newest MQB Decisions & MEAC Opinions: Do You Agree? Personal Ethical Dilemmas
Real Life Ethical Case Situations: What Would You Do?
3:30-3:40pm AFTERNOON BREAK
5:25-5:30pm Evaluations and Final Remarks
“Ideas for Enchancements and Better Productivity”
Primary Trainer: TBD
9:30-11:10 am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE EDUCATION:
The Creation and Use of Screening Mechanisms in IPV Situations
Handling the Mediation When IVP Becomes an Issue, Latest Research and Techniques
11:20 -12:10pm DIVERSITY/BIAS ELIMINATION: New Strategies For Mediators; Robin Caral Shaw, Esq
12:10-1:00pm ENHANCING YOUR REVENUE STREAM IN MEDIATION
1:00-2:00-pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00-5:20 pm ETHICS: The Case of the Confused Contractor; The Successful Handling of
Multi Party Disputes, Al Capp, Esq
Latest MQB Sanctions: Do You Agree? Latest MEAC Opinions Do You Agree?
5:20-5:30pm Final Remarks and Q & A
Mediation Training Group, Inc
“Success In The New Year”
Primary Trainer: Robin Caral Shaw, Esq.
9:30-11:10am INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION: Important Issues For Mediators;
Liz Bradshaw, MSW, Domestic Violence Senior Violence Advocate,
Ft Lauderdale Police Department
11:20-12:10pm Art of The Apology and How it Can Resolve Your Cases:
Robin Caral Shaw, Esq
12:10-1:00pm DIVERSITY: BIAS ELIMINATION:
Latest Research and Its Effect on Mediation
and Dispute Resolution
1:00-2:00pm Lunch on Your Own
2:00pm ETHICS: Review-Don’t Make These Mistakes!
Latest MEAC Opinions and MQB Decisions
The Case of The Mistaken Movie Critic
Take the Ethical Entrance Exam!
CME Renewal Requirements
2:00-3:40pm Professor Fran Tetunic ADR Director, Nova College of Law, Harvard Law Review:
3:50-5:20pm Robin Caral Shaw, Esq
5:20-5:30pm Final Remarks and Evaluations