The creation of our mediation-training program, in 1998, enabled MEDIARE to develop and achieve excellency in the educational area.

In order to keep evolving, we have developed a continuing educational program aiming the professionals that are part of our mediator panel. MEDIARE is also responsible for fostering tailor-made in company programs regarding the theme of dialogue processes.

Study Groups
Study groups are dedicated to the promotion of knowledge exchange under the supervision of one or more professionals, as fosters reading, debates and real case analysis in each respective area.

They were created to meet the growing demand on a continuing education program, focusing in conflict-resolution knowledge development.

Among the services offered, there is the General Study Group, which is dedicated to themes regarding Mediation, Dialogue Facilitation and General Culture. There is also the Thematic Study and Project Groups, which relate to the specific department themes and lens to improvement of Mediation practice; as well as, to knowledge and projects development.

Updating Courses

In accordance with the Code of Ethics for Mediators, to be a trained mediator, one has to be in constant learning. As an educational institution and in order to meet this requirement, updating meetings are monthly offered to the members of the associated panel.

These spaces of theoretical/practical experience, enables knowledge improvement and mediation exercise. They are developed to approach both general human coexistence and mediation themes.

Specialization Courses
The mediator-training program offers an overview of basic theoretical mediation principles. By it’s ending, the students are certified as private mediators and are ready to perform with diligence and competence.

These specialization courses promote specific knowledge regarding some particular mediation areas, what enables the students to achieve excellency. Each mediation field – Civil, Community, Business, Family Business, School, Family and successions, Public policies, Information technology, socio-environmental, among others – require specific knowledge and training.

Conflict situations exist in all work scenarios. The fact that Mediation occurs through steps and, usually requires more than one meeting, makes supervision a useful learning rescore.

The feedback form an experienced supervisor enables certain mediations to serve as a learning opportunity for future cases. In addition to our regular supervision program, MEDIARE offers on demand supervision courses.

Give that the practice of mediation and dialogue facilitation require specific abilities in a variety of matters – communication, negotiation, systemic vision, mapping of interests, conflict management, productive multiple-parties dialogues, leadership competences – MEDIARE offers tailor-made in company training programs in different themes.