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General Legal Training
"Training in law by professionals at law"
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management
Each delegate of each one of our training sessions will receive a copy of the relevant act/s being referred to during the course of the programme 
 
Each programme is developed to be completed in one day 
 
We do not believe in or follow a “one- size- fits- all” approach and as such can also tailor programme packages according to your unique needs or if a more detailed programme is required, training programmes lasting 2 and 3 days can be presented 
 
Practical examples and application will form part of each programme 

“What do lawyers learn in law school? They learn how to win… What we’ve got to start thinking about is how do we solve problems” - Ben Carson
 
Being legal professionals ourselves, we fully understand and realise that the legal profession is an absolute necessity and that many disputes exist that require the assistance of an attorney and/ or advocate.  
 
However, this does not ring true in every instance. There are, in fact, many instances in which- given the proper tools and preparation- you are perfectly capable of settling a dispute in your personal or professional life on your own and in a manner that will save you both time and money and that will result in the problem being solved without more problems having been created.  
 
Mediation skills are something that lies within most of us, provided that we are equipped with the proper knowledge and tools and are willing to learn to how to put them to good use. Each and every one of your employees can contribute to creating a more peaceful and restorative workplace and to reduce incidences of conflict within your company. 
 
If this sounds like something that you can benefit from, look no further that our Introduction to ADR and Conflict Management programme. This programme offers you the following:  
 


- What is Alternative Dispute Resolution? 

o Alternative dispute resolution as a concept 


o Mediation  

 What is it? 
 How does it work? 
 What skills do I need? 
 What will it achieve? 
 How do I enforce any agreement reached? 

o Mediation in the workplace 


o Arbitration 

 What is it? 
 How does it work? 
 Who decides? 

- How is ADR useful to me? 

o Becoming a mediator in your workplace 

o Effective conflict management in the workplace 

o How does it save me costs and time? 


- Practical mediation training 

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