Welcome to Conflict Management Consultants





WELCOME TO CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAMS

We look forward to working with you in your online training adventure.


    Available courses

    This course introduces participants to the role of the mediator in helping parties resolve their disputes. Participants will explore the conflict resolution, communication and problem solving skills that are necessary for achieving effective dispute resolution in both professional and personal situations.

    Our Domestic Mediation course meets the requirements for domestic mediation training based on nationally accepted standards. This course provides the working knowledge of the mediation processes, techniques, tools and the basics of domestic relations subject matter knowledge necessary to become a highly skilled domestic mediator. As with all of our courses. we will provide you with personal one-on-one instruction and a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the course.

    This course covers theories, styles, and components of effective communications skills. Participants will learn about active listening skills and effective techniques and tools (the art of questions, reflecting, reframing, summarizing, and restating) to enhance communications skills. The course includes specific communications skills, which are effective for minimizing blame, judgment, and destructive arguments. This course covers nonverbal communication and paralanguage, as well, which make up the majority of all communication.

    This course tells you how to recognize the most prevalent types of difficult personalities and the best ways to deal with them effectively. This course also covers advanced communication skills for dealing with difficult personalities. This is a short course that can be completed rather quickly.

    This course is part of a series, which explores ethical issues surrounding the practice of mediation. The course focuses on several sources for mediator ethics, including the Model Standards of Mediator Conduct, which were developed and adopted by the American Bar Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Arbitration Association and which have been adopted by state bar associations, such as the Colorado Bar Association, and mediation organizations, such as the Mediation Association of Colorado. The emphasis of this course includes an overview of mediator conduct and the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediator, the unauthorized practice of law, therapy and other professions and the provision of advice.

    This course is part of a series, which explores ethical issues surrounding the practice of mediation. The course focuses on several sources for mediator ethics, including the Model Standards of Mediator Conduct, which were developed and adopted by the American Bar Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Arbitration Association and which have been adopted by state bar associations, such as the Colorado Bar Association, and mediation organizations, such as the Mediation Association of Colorado. The emphasis of this course is on certification, credentialing, advertising, conflicts of interest, and co-mediation.

    This course is part of a series, which explores ethical issues surrounding the practice of mediation. The course focuses on several sources for mediator ethics, including the Model Standards of Mediator Conduct, which were developed and adopted by the American Bar Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Arbitration Association and which have been adopted by state bar associations, such as the Colorado Bar Association, and mediation organizations, such as the Mediation Association of Colorado. The emphasis of this course is on self-determination, competency, substantive knowledge versus process knowledge, situational complexities, and mediator advice.