The experimental learning activities were an excellent opportunity to develop skills.
Jennifer Duncan, CRS Australia, Maitland, New South Wales, Australia
There is no better training or learning tool than practising what you learn. Scenarios were real and awesome!
Gilles Lachance, Police, Ontario Provincial Police, Orillia, ON, Canada
What I liked about the workshop was the opportunity to apply mediation principles and put knowledge into practice in a safe environment with constructive coaching and feedback. Role-plays and Exercises allowed practice, feedback and a greater understanding of how to apply the principles learned.
Mellissa A. Lezama, Group HR and Legal Manager, Exeqtech Limited, London, United Kingdom
The workshop was very rewarding. Good follow-up from ADR course. Great environment and people participation.
Joseph Camacho, Attorney, Ja Camacho & Associates Limited, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Excellent. Clear demonstration between ADR and Advance Mediation, with respect to the fundamental principles. Provided a great opportunity for all participants to strengthen and enhance their mediation skills.
Avis Joseph-Edwards, Senior Planning Officer, Ministry of Housing, Land and Marine Affairs, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
What did I like about the workshop: – Lots of time in actual hands on training. I really liked the environment focused one where it was a “facilitation” to see how we could use these skills in different ways.
Susan A. Rapin, Director of Environmental Services, Ontario Power Generation, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, Canada
Role plays were an extremely effective format to learn about the nuances of mediation.
Mark Breen, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Toronto, ON, Canada
The role-plays and exercises allowed us to put content into practice and allowed us to ‘learn by doing’. They were very useful and effective.
Deborah Brolley, Mediator, Mediation Solutions, Toronto, ON, Canada
I got a great opportunity to see the principles and elements of mediation in full force. Instructors were brilliant. Their explanations were fantastic. The role plays and exercises provided an opportunity for the persons to really experience the workings and principles of a mediation session.
Safraz N. Alsaran, Counsellor, Ministry of the Attorney General, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Role plays and Exercises: Very good methods to help us understand the application of the principles and to expose us to a variety of different mediation contexts.
Cherie Robertson, Senior Policy Analyst, Ontario Human Rights Commission, Toronto, ON, Canada