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$699.00

40-Hour Basic Mediation Training

MED40

Dallas, Texas | April 8 - 12, 2019
This 40-hour practice-based training focuses on the STAR Mediation model is facilitated by Dr. Kipi Fleming, program director for the conflict management graduate programs. It provides the skills and credentials necessary to mediate in the State of Texas. The training meets the basic mediation training standards of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable (TMTR) standards as required by the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association (TMCA).

Kipi Fleming, Ph.D.
Conflict Management Program Director & Assistant Professor

Dr. Kipi Fleming is the program director for conflict resolution and assistant professor at ACU Dallas. She received her BSEd in elementary education in 1985 and has taught and substituted in the public schools in Texas and Oklahoma. Dr. Fleming received the Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation from ACU in 2010 and went on to complete her doctorate in conflict analysis and resolution from Nova Southeastern University in 2015 where her research concentrated on the biblical interpretation of marital submission and how it affects the Christian marriage relationship. Dr. Fleming joined the faculty at the Duncum Center in the summer of 2015 and was named the conflict resolution program director at ACU Dallas in 2016. She teaches negotiation and mediation, conflict theory, managing conflict in schools, managing conflict in the workplace, and conflict management systems design. She is a mediator for the Dallas County Dispute Resolution Center and teaches conflict resolution classes at her church. 

Schedule

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., lunch break: noon – 1 p.m.

Location

Abilene Christian University – Dallas
One Hanover Park
16633 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 800
Addison, Texas  75001

Continuing Education Credits

Pending approval from the State Bar of Texas, participants will earn 37.25 (2.50 ethics) hours of MCLEs. Additionally, 37.25 hours of CEUs are awarded to every attendee from the Abilene Christian University Graduate School. (Past participants have used these CEUs toward LPC and LMFT credits.) Also, pending approval, trainees will be eligable for 37.25 hours (general) of recertification credits toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR. The training meets the standards of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable.

Reviews

“I first came to Duncum Center for Conflict Resolution for the 40-hour Basic Mediation Training earlier this year.  The combination of theory and “fish bowl” role plays was very effective.  By the end of the week, I had made plans to return for the Advanced Family Mediation training.  When I did, I was just as pleased.  I recommend the Duncum Center for Conflict Resolution to anyone seeking top-notch training!”

– Roger Lenox, Attorney, Dallas, TX
40-Hour Basic Mediation Training & Advanced Family Mediation Training

“I have been to both the Basic Mediation and Advanced Family Mediation training at the Duncum Center and I cannot say enough great things about both of these courses.  You have incredibly talented and well-qualified presenters, and you always treat everyone like family and make the training fun.  You have also done a great job preparing me for a future in mediation.”

– Wendy McMillon, Attorney, McKinney, TX
40-Hour Basic Mediation Training & Advanced Family Mediation Training

A Note to Organizational Leaders

Whether conflict is between employees or clients, the cost of conflict can be overwhelming. Attrition, training and legal costs incurred by an organization entrenched in conflict not only impact the budget, they affect morale and productivity. There are long-term and short-term effects. Everyone loses.

Conflict doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, an organization stands to gain more when conflict is managed appropriately. Mediation enables your employees, clients and co-workers to take ownership in their own conflict resolution. Mediators foster a neutral environment where parties come together and uncover issues and interests behind the conflicting positions. Working collaboratively to develop mutually-acceptable solutions is the key to controlling the costs of conflict in any environment.

Send key employees in your organization to this training. These employees are leaders, managers and those committed to preserving peace and productivity on a long-term basis. As trained mediators, your employees will be able to identify sources of conflict, and facilitate productive negotiation. Training attendees will also learn fundamental skills to navigate a successful mediation, including the importance of ethics in mediation and the unauthorized practice of law. The mediation training exceeds Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable Standards.

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