WHY should YOU take the Mediator Training Program?
Develop New Skills: ADRBC's mediation training program prepared learners to effectively facilitate the understanding-based approach to resolving disputes.
Professional Development: This robust course provides 40 hours of ADR Training, as well as 35 CPD credits at The Law Society of BC. It is strongly recommended that participants have foundational ADR skills training prior to registering for our National Mediation Course.
Start Your Mediation Practice: For those who already have 40 hours of ADR training from a recognized program or institution, successful completion of the National Mediation course enables you to apply for the Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) designation with the ADR Institute of Canada
Build Your Network: As an ADRBC member you will have the opportunity to network with other professionals, while benefiting from significant member discounts, every year at the ADRBC (formerly BCAMI) Symposium.