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APPROVAL STANDARDS FOR MEDIATORS SEEKING APPROVAL UNDER THE NATIONAL MEDIATOR ACCREDITATION SYSTEM

CONTINUING ACCREDIATION REQUIRMENTS

Section 6 of the Approval Standards states:

6 Continuing Accreditation Requirements

1) Mediators who seek to be reaccredited must satisfy their RMAB that they continue to meet the approval requirements set out in Section 3 of the Approval Standards. In addition mediators seeking re accreditation must, within each two-year cycle, provide evidence to the RMAB that they have:

a) sufficient practice experience by showing that they have either:

i) conducted at least 25 hours of mediation, co-mediation or conciliation (in total duration) within the two-year cycle; or,

ii) where a mediator is unable to provide such evidence for reasons such as, a lack of work opportunities (in respect of newly qualified mediators); a focus on work undertaken as a dispute manager, facilitator, conflict coach or related area; a family, career or study break; illness or injury, an RMAB may require the mediator to have completed no less than 10 hours of mediation, comediation or conciliation work per two-year cycle and may require that the mediator attend ‘top up’ training or reassessment;

and,

b) A mediator must undertake CPD of at least 25 hours that contributes to the knowledge, skills and ethical principles contained in the Practice Standards. This may be made up as follows:

(a) Participating in Education (up to 20 hours)

This means participating in formal structured activities such as training seminars and workshops (up to 20 hours) or attending conferences (up to 15 hours)

(b) Reflecting on Practice (up to 15 hours)

This means receiving professional supervision or coaching or participating in structured peer-based reflection on mediation cases

(c) Providing Professional Development (up to 15 hours)

This means delivering presentations on mediation or related topics, including two hours of preparation time for each hour delivered, or providing professional supervision, assessment, coaching or mentoring of mediator trainees and mediators

(d) Credit for related professional CPD (up to 10 hours)

This means hours of CPD completed to maintain professional licensing or accreditation related to their mediation practice, such as in law or in the behavioural or social sciences or in the professional field in which they mediate, such as building or engineering.

(e) Learning from Practice (up to 8 hours)

This means participating in up to four mediations as a client representative or in a formal learning capacity (up to 2 hours per mediation) or role-playing for trainee mediators and candidates for mediator assessment (up to 2 hours per simulation).

(f) Self-directed Learning (up to 5 hours)

This means private study such as reading, listening to or viewing pre-recorded content such as podcasts, or writing articles or books relevant to mediation that are published in recognised journals or by recognised publishers.

(g) Other (up to 5 hours)

This means such other activities as may be approved by the MSB on application by an RMAB.

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Name of Applicant

Place of Employment

Your Email

Phone

Postal Address

I certify that I have met all of the following criteria to become reaccredited as an Australian National Accredited Mediator (please tick the relevant criteria and provide the relevant information):


1. I certify that I have conducted at least 25 hours of mediation, co-mediation or conciliation (in total duration) within the two-year cycle since accreditation 25 hours mediation.

(please provide brief details as to how you have achieved this – i.e. examples of number of mediations undertaken for panels/organisations/private practice)

OR
I certify that I am unable to provide such evidence for reasons such as, a lack of work opportunities (in respect of newly qualified mediators); a focus on work undertaken as a dispute manager, facilitator, conflict coach or related area; a family, career or study break; illness or injury. I certify that I have completed no less than 10 hours of mediation, comediation or conciliation work per two-year cycle.

(please provide brief details as to how you have achieved this – i.e. examples of number of mediations undertaken for panels/organisations/private practice and reasons as to why the 25 hours was not able to be achieved)
(Please note that the RMAB may require that the mediator attend ‘top up’ training or reassessment)

2. I have completed at least 25 hours that contributes to the knowledge, skills and ethical principles contained in the Practice Standards, that can be made up as follows:

i) Participating in Education (up to 20 hours);
hours

ii) Reflecting on Practice (up to 15 hours);
hours

iii) Providing Professional Development (up to 15 hours);
hours

iv) Credit for related professional CPD (up to 10 hours);
hours

v) Learning from Practice (up to 8 hours);
hours

vi) Self-directed Learning (up to 5 hours);
hours

vii) Other (up to 5 hours);
hours

3. I have read, understood, agree and undertake to observe and be bound by the Australian National Mediation Standards


4. I continue to be of 'good character' as defined in Section 2(1) of the National Mediator Accreditation System (Approval Standards)


5. I continue to maintain and have appropriate and current insurance as a mediator

Name of Insurer

Policy Number

6. I hereby certify that all content and information contained in this re-accreditation form is true and correct.

Name

Date


Q6 is compulsory

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