Mediator Accreditation Programme
Become an Accredited Mediator with Hunt ADR, one of the top training providers in the UK. We are dedicated to helping you become a skilled mediator who can confidently resolve conflicts.
Our approach combines practical training and real-world experience to equip you with the necessary tools and techniques for success.
Whether you're an experienced professional or new to the field, our comprehensive training will enhance your skills and take you to the next level.
Join our satisfied clients and boost your career with us. Watch the video featuring Emma below for more information and enroll in our upcoming course in Maidstone in October or online in December.
Start your journey towards becoming a civil and commercial mediator today.
We have been training mediators since 2018. Our course is constantly evolving and developing to enhance the experience for participants. Below you'll find a course overview, aims and requirements, meet the Faculty, check dates, see the cost, and read detailed information about each day's activities.
Looking to become an accredited mediator? This five-day course is the ideal opportunity to develop and refine the skills required for accreditation. You'll gain the confidence to act as a mediator, resolving disputes through active listening, problem-solving, and effective communication. Through interactive role-playing exercises, you'll acquire conflict management skills, learn to listen to all sides of an argument, and assist parties in devising innovative solutions.
Are you ready to begin your journey towards becoming an accredited mediator? Our certified training programme will provide you with a thorough understanding of the responsibilities and best practices of mediators, setting the foundation for a successful career in civil and commercial mediation. By enrolling in our course, you'll acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to meet the standards established by the Civil Mediation Council. Don't wait any longer—enroll in our course today and embark on your path to becoming an accredited mediator!
You don't need any previous knowledge or experience in mediation or dispute resolution, but it could be helpful. It's important for participants to have a good grasp of the English language in order to fully benefit from the course and actively take part in the training. Without this understanding, participants may struggle to practice the skills or grasp the information provided in the course.
Faculty, Dates & Cost
Please continue reading for a quick overview of our Faculty, upcoming course dates, and the corresponding costs. If you're interested in learning about mediation without seeking accreditation as a mediator, you have the option to attend the first three days only.
By choosing the three-day option, you'll receive a Certificate in Mediation.
Our experienced faculty provides live training, coaching, and support. In addition, we offer access to pre-recorded videos on our E-Learning Platform and a comprehensive 90+ page course workbook.
After completing the training, we maintain a special connection with Mediator Network. This allows us to support you further by providing opportunities for co-mediation and ongoing professional development through CPD tailored to your needs.
Dates & Prices
4-8 December 2023. Online.
19-23 February 2024. Online.
Full Price: £1,200 plus VAT.
ONE PLACE LEFT
11-15 March 2024. Online.
Early Bird: £1,050 plus VAT until 23rd December 2023
Full Price: £1,200 plus VAT.
SIX PLACES LEFT
For the Certificate in Mediation the price is £600 plus VAT per person.
Contact us now for further details or to reserve your place.
We often hear that we could have charged twice as much or even more for our course and it would still be considered valuable.
But our focus is on providing a high-quality product at an affordable price instead of setting fees that are excessively high for today's market.
Our prices are very competitive, and we work hard to keep our costs low, making the course accessible to as many people as we can.
We understand that we have the option to charge higher prices, but we deliberately choose not to.