The civil justice system has priced itself out of reach of many South Africans, and mediation is becoming more and more popular to resolve disputes in diverse fields and industries. Mediation reframes a dispute as a joint problem rather than a battle over who is going to prevail. Kind IV in Good Corporate Governance, and 44 pieces of legislation passed by Parliament since 1994, have prepared the way for mediation to become mainstream in South Africa.
[email protected], UCT Faculty of Law, and Mediation in Motion (MiM) are pleased to present a series of five-day training courses for professionals who aspire to become mediators and use mediation to resolve disputes in their preferred areas of practice.
This five-day course lays the groundwork for you to become an effective mediator in South Africa. It also aims to improve your general and inter-cultural communication and negotiation skills. You will learn to use mediation skills more effectively in your profession, business, or workplace. The Department of Justice’s court-aligned mediation programme will form part of your learning experience.
Please contact [email protected], UCT Faculty of Law: