Module 3: Interests and core of mediation, techniques
Hybrid training – 21st -to 23rd July 2022 (3 days)
Certification regulations in Germany
In Germany, every mediator may call himself/herself a mediator if he/she provides "suitable training and regular further training" on his/her own responsibility.
The designation certified mediator, on the other hand, has been legally protected since 2012 by section 5 (2) of the Mediation Act. Since 1 September 2017, all persons may call themselves certified mediators who can prove, by means of a meaningful certificate from a training institution
- that they have successfully completed a training course of at least 120 attendance hours
- the content of which is precisely specified by a legal ordinance
- and have mediated a practical case during the training course or within one year thereafter
- and reflected on it in individual supervision
- and submitted a written reflection/ documentation of the case.
With the successful completion of 120-hour training, you fulfil the requirements for a training course in accordance with the legal ordinance. We will certify this in the form of a certificate of completion.
After you have mediated or co-mediated a recognized case and received a certificate of supervision, CONSENSUS Campus will issue you with a certificate stating that you are entitled to use the title of certified mediator.
You are then responsible for maintaining the title in accordance with the requirements of the Certified Mediator Ordinance (ZMediatAusbV) through four further supervised practical cases and regular further training.
Additional requirements to get the a Mediation Accreditation in Germany:
In addition to the European Mediation Training you need to fulfill the following requirements to also get the local accreditation:
- mediation or co-mediation of a recognized case to receive a certificate of supervision
About the hosting institution
With the areas of mediation and conflict resolution, managerial and team development as well as coaching and analysis and organizational development, the CONSENSUS Group deals with three aspects that are essential for the management and organizational development of companies, which complement and reinforce each other.
CONSENSUS offers companies a comprehensive range of services to answer all questions in the field of leadership and organizational development – scientifically sound and tested through extensive practical experience.
Phone: +49 800 333 7707
Trainers & Instructors
Dr. Éva Inzelt
Cátia Marques Cebola
Beatriz Morais Sarmento
Ana Maria Maia Gonçalves