World-Renowned Mediation Training Comes to Dallas, Texas

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Learn the gold standard to manage & resolve conflict through The National Institute for Mediation…and make good money doing it!

A litigated case could cost well over $35,000 in many cases prior to a day in court.

It’s time to learn how to settle disputes amicably! Becoming a certified mediator just got easier and more accessible to lawyers, paralegals, HR professionals, retired judges and others seeking job enrichment or a new lucrative career. The National Institute for Mediation will hold its world-renowned mediation training program in Dallas, Texas from February 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th. The training will be held in the facilities of Between Two Homes located at 1106 North Highway 360, Suite 400, Grand Prairie, TX.

With a faculty of over 120 years of combined mediation experience, including but not limited to retired judges, attorneys, officers from Fortune 500 companies, The National Institute for Mediation draws professionals interested in becoming mediators from across the U.S. to its limited enrollment training program. Industry-approved and a leader in providing Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) in many states including Texas, the program maintains its exclusivity and Gold Standard for Excellence in Mediation Training and Certification™.

Students receive 40 hours of certification training in an academic environment (not hotels) where students learn and practice their skills in 20 hours of mock mediations—a unique program feature! Professionals from The National Institute for Mediation have currently handled over 30,000 disputes, helping parties find creative and workable resolutions that avert a one-size-fits-all resolution and reduce astronomical legal fees.

“Heavy court caseloads and rising legal costs have prompted many people to settle their legal disputes outside the courtroom through mediation,” says Tracie Zimmerman, President & CEO of The National Institute for Mediation and a certified mediator with over 30 years in corporate America and dispute resolution. “A litigated case could cost well into tens of thousands of dollars in many cases prior to a day in court.”

Mediation is an attractive alternative to litigation. It is confidential, tailored to the needs of the parties, allows parties to participate fully and mutually agree to a resolution and settlement. Basic mediation training is a starting point for family facilitator or family co-ordinator.

The foundational course, basic mediation, certifies the participants in civil mediation. Additional courses will be offered in Dallas, Texas in the near future to include advanced family mediation and workplace certification.

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The National Institute for Mediation is a recognized and nationally-renowned leader in Mediation Training in San Antonio, Houston, Dallas and beyond. It is approved by the American College of Mediators, the Texas State Bar for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLEs), the Oklahoma State Bar for MCLEs; HR CEUs; Real Estate CEUs; Department of Insurance CEUs for the state of Texas and more. Faculty lecturers have combined mediation experience of over 120 years. Mediation courses are currently held in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas.

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