- January 26, 2021 - January 27, 2021
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Virtual Certified Mediator (VCM) Program
January 26 – 27, 2021
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The Virtual Certified Mediator (VCM) program is an interactive online curriculum that is the equivalent of the final two days of our in-person, 5-day Certified Mediator & Trainer (CMT) in Workplace Conflict Resolution Program.
This live, interactive 2-day program provides techniques to mediate virtually as well as face-to-face. Participants learn the skills and techniques required to resolve more entrenched workplace conflicts between individuals before they escalate.
Virtual Certified Mediator (VCM) program
Date: January 26 – 27, 2021 (Tuesday and Wednesday)
Morning Sessions: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. EDT
Afternoon Sessions: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT
All four sessions (morning and afternoon) must be attended in order to receive certification.
Government or Non-Profit Organization: $850
Educational Organization: $750
Course Prerequisite: Completion of either the Virtual Certified Trainer (VCT) or Certified Trainer (CT) in Workplace Conflict Resolution program is required.
Live, interactive virtual training sessions through Zoom
Who Should Attend
HR Professionals, Mediators, Ombudsman and related professionals within an organization who want to be certified in advanced workplace mediation and who have already completed MTI’s Virtual Certified Trainer (VCT) or Certified Trainer (CT) program.
During the program, participants will:
- Develop the necessary skills to mediate workplace conflict both in-person and virtually.
- Acquire tools to help build a system within their organization for more effective mediation and conflict resolution.
- Learn how to help others work through the roadblocks that occur while trying to resolve conflict.
Following the multi-phase training process, participants will be able to mediate differences confidently and efficiently to increase organizational productivity.
VCM Program Attendance and Technical Requirements
To become a VCM, you must have already completed MTI’s CT program and attend both days (morning and afternoon sessions) along with meeting all other requirements.
All participants must have access to a monitor (to follow along with the training presentation) and a working webcam, speaker and microphone (connecting via phone can also be used for audio) to actively participate in each session.
Pre-Approved Credit Hours
Please note: This is a new program delivery format. Eckerd College has submitted an application for the same SHRM, HRCI and ICF CEU credits as are awarded in our in-person courses.
To become certified, participants must attend all program days (morning and afternoon sessions) along with meeting the other requirements.
Technology Requirements for the Program
All participants must have access to a monitor (to follow along with the training presentation), and a working webcam, speaker and microphone (connecting via phone can also be used for audio) to actively participate in each session.
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