Testimonials

"I was impressed with how much I learned during this process. Before this course I didn't think I would be ready to begin my mediation practicum, but now I'm looking forward to it!"


"After 30 years practicing law, I expected this course was only a requirement that I had to check off to transition into mediation. This course helped me to understand my clients better and taught me my style as a mediator."


"I feel like there was a 'take away' that I will use from every single component of the training. Thank you."


 "I always enjoy a training where the instructor is prepared, is knowledgeable, covers all the material expected, considers different learning styles, and follows a pre-set agenda with still being flexible and in-tune with the needs of the individual. I learned a lot and enjoyed the whole week!"

This is a Basic 40-hour Mediation Training which satisfies most state and court basic mediation requirements. Conducted by Dr. Clare Fowler at the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, OR with a limited audience (comprised of 3 family law attorneys, 1 commercial and workplace attorney, 1 therapist, and 1 student). This course is pre-recorded and approved for 40 hours of continuing mediation credit in Washington state and 40 hours of CLE credit in California--and reciprocally in many other states.  Upon completion of the course, the participant will receive a Certificate of Completion.

You are encouraged to connect up with a Training Buddy near you, or you can request to be paired up with another online participant.

Each order of the course is only to be used per one individual. Only one certificate will be issued per order. Group Discounts are available. Please email us at admin@mediate.com or by phone at 541-345-1629 to discuss.

*There are a few portions of the course that the live participants shared personal information that they did not want to be made public. The audio in this section has been blurred out. Thank you for your understanding.

*After ordering, if you do not promptly receive course information into your email “inbox,” please also check your “spam” folder as course email information may be there.

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Course Materials

    • Course Manual

    • Detailed Timeline of Course Outline

      FREE PREVIEW
    • Ethics - Course Outline

    • Role Play - Training Buddies

    • Sample Agreement to Mediate - Jim Melamed

    • Sample Confidentiality Agmt

    • Sample Agreement to Mediate - True North

    • Workplace Conflict Materials

    • Ethics - Course Slides

    • Fowler Mediation Documents

    • Dudley Keys - by Dudley Braun

  • 3

    Session 1

    • Certification Hours

    • 1.1 Orientation

    • 1.2 Confidentiality

    • 1.3 The Conflict Continuum and the Conflict Path

    • 1.4 Statement

    • Session 1

  • 4

    Session 2

    • 2.1 Opening Purpose

    • 2.2 The Three "R's"

    • 2.3 The Communication Triangle

    • 2.4 Successful Practice

    • 2.5 Notes

    • 2.6 Opening Review

    • Session 2 Quiz

  • 5

    Session 3

    • 3.1 Negotiation Techniques

    • 3.2 Escalation

    • 3.3 Negotiation Trends

    • 3.4 Negotiation Tools

    • 3.5 Agreement to Mediate Review

    • 3.6 Jedi Negotiation Tools

    • 3.7 Stop-Sign Role-Play

    • Session 3 Quiz

  • 6

    Session 4

    • 4.1 Specificity

    • 4.2 Communication

    • 4.3 Drafting

    • 4.4 Reframing

    • 4.5 Drafting an Agreement

    • 4.6 Resistance to Agreement

    • Session 4 Quiz

  • 7

    Session 5

    • 5.1 Resolution

    • 5.2 Ethics

    • 5.3 - Ethics 2

    • 5.4 Ethical Forms

    • 5.5 Mediation Styles

    • 5.6 Resolution Review

    • CLE Survey

    • Session 5 Quiz

Instructor

Clare Fowler

Clare Fowler, Managing Editor at Mediate.com, received her Master's of Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law and her Doctorate in Organizational Leadership, focused on reducing workplace conflicts, from Pepperdine University School of Education. Clare also coordinated the career development program for The Straus Institute dispute resolution students. In addition to her editorial duties at Mediate.com, Clare coordinates online case management for ADR programs, agencies and courts.