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Workplace Mediation Training

Posted by Impronta on February 6, 2015

Workplace Mediation Training with mediation specialists, CALM
(Confidential And Local Mediation)

Top trainers, discounted rate!

25-27 February and 2 and 3 March in Notting Hill, London

Fee: £995 (no VAT). 
*discounted from £1,400 if you book mentioning my name (Edwina Biucchi).

As a Coach or Trainer working within an organisation, an HR professional or a freelance L & D consultant, do consider this excellent 5-day training with CALM, coming up soon .

I have been a volunteer mediator with CALM for six years and find their organisational values, integrity, culture and the quality of their training second to none. And I have been through a lot of training!

As an Executive Coach myself, this method of dealing with conflict in the workplace is a skill that I can use, not just in official mediation situations, but also with coaching clients and team stretch programmes, where conflict or negative feelings rise to the surface.

The fee for this great course is considerably cheaper than other Workplace Mediation courses (e.g. £1,995 for the ACAS and TCM courses) and yet the CALM course is accredited by the same body (OCN).

With just FOUR places available, contact Heather Loebl on info@calmmediation.org or 020 7603 4014 for further details and mention my name (Edwina Biucchi) to get the discount. 

Trainers’ profiles

Nicole Eisele:
Nicole is qualified and experienced in family, community, civil/commercial and workplace mediation. With her work focused on the workplace arena, Nicole works in a wide range of sectors with employees at all levels, including stakeholders, senior management, executive team and board.

As well as being passionate about mediation, Nicole is also very enthusiastic about training, using a holistic approach and including practical examples from mediation case studies to help embed the learning.

Heather Loebl:
Heather delivers CALM’s workplace and community accredited training courses. She supervises CALM’s volunteer mediators, delivering on-going training to support them in their development. As trainer, mediator and mediation coordinator, Heather’s in-depth understanding of all parts of the mediation process, from case referral through to mediation and subsequent follow-up, gives her a valuable insight into the complete mediation process. She brings her knowledge and dynamic delivery to CALM’s quality training and really benefits delegates looking for real-life, practical training.