Mediation Training Courses
Mediation Training will teach you to mediate, refine your skills or to become involved in our mentoring program with the AMA’s dispute resolution specialists. We provide a range of general and specialised mediation and conflict resolution training and consultation opportunities.
Online Mediation Training Course
Obtain the necessary basic process and skill components of mediation training online and become accredited in accordance with the Australian National Mediator Standards.
The Australian Mediation Association (AMA) offers a collaborative, interactive training and learning experience, keeping every participant engaged like never before.
2024 Course Commencement dates – each course is of approximately 4 weeks duration online:
- Week commencing 4 March 2024
- Week commencing 3 June 2024
- Week commencing 30 September 2024
Learn to mediate, refine your skills or become involved in our mentoring program with the AMA’s dispute resolution specialists.
We provide a range of general and specialised mediation and conflict resolution training and consultation opportunities.
Online Dispute Resolution Training Course – Register here
Click HERE for more info: read the full brochure and Register via mail or e mail
Accepted payment methods:
- Credit Card: Please call 1300 633 428 for processing
- Cheque: Please make cheque payable to the Australian Mediation Association
- Electronic Funds Transfer: Please provide proof of transfer
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Australian Mediation Association
BSB: 064 121
Account: 10 200 135
Australian Mediation Association A.B.N. 40 315 480 252
GPO Box 1347 Brisbane Q 4001
Training Course $3,450.00 (including GST)
This document will be a tax invoice for GST purposes when you make payment. Please print and retain a copy for your GST records.
Cancellations: If cancelled within 2 weeks of the workshop a fee of $275 will be charged.
For more info or to register online at the Mediator Training Academy click HERE.
Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution (CHC8115)
Successfully completing the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution allows graduates to register with the Australian Attorney Generals department to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
This study can be done quickly and online in the comfort of your own home or office throughout Australia. Read more here.
To be qualified as an FDR practitioner you must meet the accreditation standards in the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008. The Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution will meet this requirement and allow the FDRP to issue section 60I certificates, which are required by the Family Court of Australia.
Delivered in partnership with the RTO, College of Education Services, provider code: 22487.
Pathway to a Masters of Conflict Management and Resolution
The AMA and the Mediator Training Academy are delighted to announce that this course through James Cook University has been finalised.
MTA students who complete the CHC81115 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution will receive credit for 4 subjects of the Master qualification – this equates to one third of the Masters requirements.
This is a tremendous opportunity for our graduates and unique to the Australian mediation industry. Successfully completing the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution allows graduates to register with the Australian Attorney Generals department to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
There is an ancient proverb that says, “you can feed a man a meal of fish and he will be satisfied that day..
..Or you can teach a man how to fish and he will be satisfied for the rest of his life”. Our sentiments exactly.
We don’t just train individuals to become mediators; we develop professionals with tools and techniques to help them deliver better and more profitable businesses.
We understand the benefits conflict management tools and techniques bring to individuals and therefore to businesses.
Working with both our delegates and trainers we have developed conflict resolution and management training courses aimed at supporting all business and legal operations to help increase service delivery levels and client value.
Our practical business programs all aim to achieve this but through different mediums. For instance one of our courses looks at ways of identifying, understanding and then managing client expectations throughout the cycle of that relationship.
This enables you to spot and deal with conflict issues before they sour.
Of course if you simply want to become a mediator or acquire advanced specialist skills then you need look no further for a training provider.
We continually fine-tune our approach to produce interactive and innovative programs. The AMA offers a range of courses, workshops and seminars which can be tailored to a specific orientation (e.g. Commercial Law or Family Law).