MiKK Ongoing Training & Supervision

Thursday, 7 November – Sunday 10 November 2019 in Berlin

These workshops are aimed at mediators and dispute resolution practitioners with an interest in intercultural, cross-border mediation who wish to deepen their knowledge and/or acquire new skills in this field. The workshops are also open to non-MiKK mediators and may also be of interest to participants from other related disciplines.

For MiKK mediators, each of the three workshops (and the supervision session) counts as 6 credit points towards their ongoing training requirement.

Participants may register for any number of workshop and will receive a discount if registering for all three. An early bird discount applies for seminars for registrations received before 1st of August 2019 (see below).

During the Ongoing Training, on 9th November, Berlin will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall! Participants are invited to take part in a free historic walking tour in the evening organized by MiKK.

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MiKK Fortbildung zur grenzüberschreitenden Familienmediation (CBFM) Modul 1 (von 2 Modulen)

Freitag, 06.03. – Sonntag, 08.03.2020 in Berlin

Diese 20-stündige Fortbildung (Modul 1) richtet sich an MediatorInnen, die sich in dem Bereich grenzüberschreitende Familienmediation fortbilden möchten, sowie an MiKK-MediatorInnen und MiKK-Mitglieder, die noch nicht den 50-stündigen Fortbildungskurs besucht haben und/oder ihr Wissen aktualisieren und vertiefen möchten. Auch für Anwälte und Verfahrensbeistände, die sich auf diesem Gebiet fortbilden möchten, ist dieser Kurs von Interesse.

Diese Fortbildung soll dazu beitragen die Grundsätze, Standards und die hohen Qualitätsansprüche, die an Mediation bei internationalen Kindschaftskonflikten gestellt werden, zu sichern.

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Cross-Border Family Mediation (CBFM) Training English in Berlin

Sunday 13 September – Saturday 19 September 2020 in Berlin.

The MiKK 50-hour advanced training course aims to qualify practising family mediators to mediate cross-border family disputes, including international child abduction, access and custody cases. The course will cover the relevant legal aspects of international family conflicts, differences in national family legislation, the 1980 and 1996 Hague Conventions, the Brussels II bis Regulation as well as the best interest and the voice of the child. Participants will be introduced to tools and methodologies for mediating high conflict cases. Case studies and role plays will be an integral part of the course. Drawing on the participants’ experience, we will examine the issues of mediating across cultures. Interdisciplinary cooperation is a key aspect of the course.

We look forward to working with legal, psycho-social, educational and other professionals from a variety of cultural backgrounds and nationalities.

Registration and more here!

A discount applies to participants from eligible countries