Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Complete all work in a manner consistent with professional ethics and practice, mediation process and skills, a respect for self, others, and relevant law and legislation.
Recognize and analyze conflict situations.
Select and apply appropriate conflict resolution and negotiation skills and techniques to enable parties to prevent and/or resolve conflicts.
Create and implement personal and professional development plans to achieve ongoing competence in the practice of mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution professional practice.
Analyze and produce documents required in the practice of mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution.
Collaborate with colleagues, clients, and community to enhance professional working relationships.
Apply knowledge of specialized substantive and procedural laws as they relate to mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution.
Use management and administration skills in mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution practice.
Conduct interviews to gather, screen, and disseminate information required in mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution situations.
Explain the process, principles, techniques and significance of mediation and/or alternative dispute resolution and how they apply to family disputes.
Students gain practical experience through a mandatory four-week unpaid work placement (160 hours).
Upon completing the program, graduates may find employment as a dispute resolution officer, conflict resolution facilitator, community outreach co-ordinator, conciliator, early resolution officer, employee relations officer or labour relations officer. They may also work independently as ADR consultants.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario
The program is recognized by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario as meeting the educational requirements for membership. Specific courses and program components may also be accepted for additional recognition toward industry certification(s).
Note: The requirements for licensure are determined by the granting body, which is independent from Humber College. Students are encouraged to obtain the specific requirements directly from the granting body before enrolling.
Credential: Ontario Graduate Certificate
Length: 3 semesters
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Instage VR Experience
Thu, July 02, 2020 | 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Humber's Centre for Entrepreneurship will be installing an Instage Virtual Reality Experience once activity resumes on campus.
In the meantime, Instage has offered to do live demonstrations which will help students improve in areas such as interviews, sales, and pitches.
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