The CRC will provide "Basic Skills Mediation Training" October 23-25, 2014 to teach the exciting and necessary skills involved in successfully communicating and resolving difficulties that individuals, families, businesses, churches, and communities may experience.
The three day training covers the basic principles, process steps, and practical mediation skills involved in conflict resolution. Through interactive instruction, role-plays, and practice activities, participants learn how to apply the appropriate skills in a variety of settings.
Cost is $465; Students are eligible for a discount.
Seating is limited and early registration is encouraged.
The Conflict Resolution Center is a private, 501(c) (3) non-profit agency dedicated to providing more cooperative and less formal methods of resolving conflict. Our services and training programs include mediation, facilitation, and restorative justice conferencing. Mission:
The mission of Conflict Resolution Center is to provide the community with innovative, affordable and cooperative ways to resolve differences and transform relationships. The Center accomplishes its mission by:
Increasing the awareness and use of alternative dispute resolution;
Providing education and training on alternative dispute resolution and communication skills to individuals, families, organizations, governments and businesses;
Ensuring the availability of qualified mediators and other resources for the resolution of conflicts;
Aiding individuals and families, neighborhoods and communities with the prevention of conflicts;
Promoting an atmosphere of tolerance, cooperation and acceptance;
Transforming conflicts into opportunities for understanding and growth.
The Counties of Alleghany, Bath, Bedford, Botetourt, Buena Vista, Craig, Floyd, Franklin, Henry, Highland, Lexington/Rockbridge, Montgomery, and Roanoke as well as the cities of Roanoke, Salem, and Martinsville.