Conflict Resilience Project
Volunteer Mediators perform mediation services for small claims cases brought before Yellowstone Justice County. The goal of this project is to reduce the ever-increasing burden on the courts and taxpayers. Moreover, there are benefits to the community as a whole. Read more here: https://www.mediate.com/articles/benefits.cfm.
Billings Mediation Center is thankful for the kind sponsorships of Billings Family YMCA and Wayne Moller (https://billingsymca.org/) for the use of the beautiful conference room for our Spring 2019 training. Additionally, the pro-rated parking passes made available by Judy Johnson at United Properties (https://uprop.net/contact-us/), so that training attendees could safely park and walk to the training.
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Attendees of this Training gave 100% Positive Response to Recommending this Hybrid Training. Based on their response a future training is already being planned. Each training will require a minimum number of attendees, and a maximum number as well.
Billings Mediation Center is once again hosting a Mediation Fundamentals Training. An affordable blended training for the busy professional is coming this Spring (February, March and April 2020).
– Just $600 for 40 Hours of Continuing Education --
Elder Care Mediation Training
If you are a certified mediator or have received Mediation Fundamentals Training, and are interested in becoming trained to perform mediation services under the Elder Care Discharge Prevention Project with Montana Mediation Association, see the attached training schedule. Each training has been or will be recorded and can be accessed with a request and a payment of $10 per training session or $100 for all sessions.
Email email@example.com for ZOOM invite to the next scheduled session.
Pay online at mtmediation.org. Click "Donate and request the particular session for $10/ session or "Donate" $100 for the entire series of 11 sessions.
Billings Mediation Center
Recently Certified Mediator LaDawn Whiteside (left) spoke at the Montana Health Association conference in Billings. LaDawn, Kayre Chatellier (not pictured), President of the Montana Mediation Association, and Temple Mc Lean (right) represented facilitative mediation at the conference.