Advanced Mediation Training:
A Mediation Skills Deep Dive
When: May 3-4, 2018 (Thursday and Friday) 9:30am-4:30pm
Where: 210 Joralemon, Suite 618, Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Ever ask yourself, “I’ve reflected…now what?” What about, “When do I build an agenda?” Or, “Did I gather enough information? Too much?” Or, just, “OMG. What do I do now?” If so, this training is for you.
In our Advanced Mediation Training, we go beyond the basics and take a deep dive into trickiest parts of mediation. From suspending biases and building an agenda, to generating options and agreement writing, this training will expand your comfort zone and tackle the most challenging aspects of mediation.
Through hands-on exercises, extensive role plays, group discussion, and of course movie clips and pop culture, our advanced training will build your mediator muscle memory. Whether you just completed your Basic Mediation Training or have been mediating for years, this training provides an opportunity to receive focused coaching as you practice your craft in the company of experienced professionals. In short, if you liked Basic Mediation Training, you will love our deep dive.
Trainer: Will Nassau-Director of Training and Business Development
Will is a trainer, mediator, and facilitator. He runs mediation workshops for outside partners, including the NYPD, UNICEF, the United Nations Population Fund, NYU, CUNY, BMCC, the Center for Court Innovation, the ASPCA, the NYC Department of Education, and Harlem Children’s Zone, among others. Will’s work with the NYPD focuses on training officers in communication skills to de-escalate conflict and improve police/civilian relations. Will trains hundreds of aspiring mediators each year and runs New York Peace Institute’s Basic Mediation Training and Apprenticeship program. Prior to New York Peace Institute, he was Senior Program Officer at American Jewish World Service where he ran a human rights program in India. Will has an MA in International Studies from the University of Exeter in the UK and a BA in Politics from Ithaca College.
Trainees will also benefit from other presenters and coaching from our expert staff and our community of New York Peace Institute mediators.
This two-day course runs from 9:30am-4:30pm (Thursday and Friday) at 210 Joralemon Street, Suite 618 in downtown Brooklyn. We provide breakfast and lunch during the two days of training.
New York Peace Institute, 210 Joralemon Street, Suite 618 (the Municipal Building, between Court Street and Adams Street) in downtown Brooklyn.
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