Mediation And Legal Continuing Education And Training

Based on Florida Supreme Court Mediation Certification Standards and Requirements

RECORDED MEDIATION CME

RECORDED CME

LIVE MEDIATION WEBINARS

Live Webinars

BUNDLED MEDIATION CME

BUNDLED CME

Mediation & Arbitration Continuing Education

Florida CME Requirement: 16 hours of continuing mediator education (CME) credits for which 50%(8 hours) must be live, method 1, or 2.

County: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 2 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness.  Recommendation: COUNTY / CIRCUIT - RECORDED BUNDLE.

Family: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 4 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness.  Recommendation: FAMILY  RECORDED BUNDLE.

Dependency: 16 hours which includes 4 hours of mediator ethics, 4 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness. Recommendation: FAMILY  RECORDED BUNDLE.

Circuit: 16 hours which included 4 hours of mediator ethics, 2 hours of interpersonal violence education, and 1 hour of diversity/cultural awareness. Recommendation: COUNTY / CIRCUIT - RECORDED BUNDLE.

Note!

 Live Interactive Workshops  are held each month. Check Calendar.

Two ways to earn meet your Live/ Interactive Florida CME :
Method 1. Classroom or Live Webinar and
Method 2: Group discussion of a recording.


Check your Certification Status | Florida Mediation Certification 

Bar Approved Continuing Legal Education Courses are approved by Florida or Texas Bar. Reciprocity may be applicable through local states Bar rules.

Florida Bar Approved CLE

Florida BAR CLE Requirements 

Over a 3-year period, each member must complete 33 hours, 5 of which must be in the area of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, mental illness awareness, or bias elimination and 3 hours of technology.

Please note: It is the responsibility of the member to report CLE credit and to complete the CLER requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions About CLE Requirements – The Florida Bar 

Texas Bar Approved CLE

Texas BAR CLE Requirements – Rules for  CLE

Every active State Bar of Texas member must complete a minimum of 15 hours of accredited CLE during each MCLE compliance year.

  • 12 of these hours must be in accredited CLE classes
  • 3 of these hours must be in legal ethics/legal professional responsibility
  • 3 of these hours, including 1 hour of legal ethics, could be in self-study.

Model Standards of Ethical Mediation Conferencing

Scholars describe the stages of mediation conference as a 5, 6, 7, or 8 stage approach. No matter the number of stages of mediation the Mediators use various techniques to open, or improve, dialogue and empathy between disputants, aiming to help the parties reach an agreement. The National Mediation Board (NRB) lists 6 Stages depicted in 8 training videos in this course.

New EEO Counselor 32 Hour Training

To ensure quality counseling throughout the federal sector, the Commission requires that new EEO Counselors, including contract and collateral-duty EEO Counselors, receive a minimum of thirty-two (32) hours of EEO Counselor training prior to assuming counseling duties.  Management Directive 110 This course fulfills the EEOC requirement for new EEO Counselors. …

Unconscious Bias Awareness

Duration: Self-paced | 2 Clock hours | 2CME | .2 IACET CEU One of the first steps towards "unbiasing" is education. External research shows that awareness of unconscious bias can lead to reversals in biased outcomes, and understanding of the unconscious biases that underlie beliefs may be necessary for changing attitudes.

Teaching Reading in the Elementary School

Duration: Self-paced – to be completed within a 6-month time frame. Instructor support included.   Credits: Professional Development Education: 45 Hrs. or  4.5 IACET CEUs.   The purpose of this course is to provide preservice teacher candidates with a solid foundation for effective literacy instruction in K – 8 elementary …

Tort Law, Product Liability, and Consumer Law Concepts (2.5 CME)

Tort lawsuits are a frequent occurrence in the American legal arena. Courts often ordered the parties to mediation which includes statutory mediation of some matters prior to trial. Often court systems, in an effort to eliminate some trials, impose mandatory mediation as part of the litigation process. Civil cases mediators …

Family Matters, Wills, Trusts and Estate Concepts (2CME)

Family disputes stem from various issues. The family may voluntarily submit to mediation or are court-ordered. Court-ordered mediation is a mandatory mediation session ordered by a judge or court in a divorce proceeding. Parties who participate in private mediation will have the opportunity to discuss child custody, visitation, support, and …

Contracts and Intellectual Property Law (1CME)

This recorded presentation/ lecture provided fundamentals of Contracts and Intellectual properties. It is appropriate for anyone who serves in the legal office, mediators, Legal Assistants, and Paralegals. Length – 50 Min (1CME for Mediators). Florida Bar members can request CLE credits by submitting the Bar’s request for CLE application.

Breaking the Language Barrier- Spanish For Getting Along

This introductory Spanish program that supports language learning.  Its digital and print resources work seamlessly with a rich presentation of culture, grammar, and vocabulary to give students an appreciation of different cultures and perspectives. Through an exclusive partnership with the National Geographic Society, this product facilitates multimodal interactions with cultural …

Mediation History, Styles & Ethics: Varying Approaches to Conflict Resolution and an Ethics Review (1CME Ethics) Recorded

In this 50-minute presentation, we will take a look back at the birth of Mediation and its evolution as a modern conflict resolution tactic – its origins and place in modern-day society. We will also cover three popular styles, Facilitative, Evaluative, and Transformative, and take a deeper look at the …

Bankruptcy Law: Practice, Practice, and Dispute Resolution

This Instructor-Led "Bankruptcy Law and Practice" Course is designed to be a guide to Filing bankruptcy. It is designed for Lawyers who wish to add Bankruptcy services to their legal practice and for the Non-Lawyers who work in the Bankruptcy field. It is a great tool for Paralegals and Associates of the legal team.

Mediation History, Styles & Ethics: Varying Approaches to Conflict Resolution and an Ethics Review (1CME Ethics)

In this 50-minute Live cast webinar, we will take a look back at the birth of Mediation and its evolution as a modern conflict resolution tactic - its origins and place in modern-day society.

Wills, Trusts, and Estate Administration (20 Hrs)

Duration: Self-paced- Instructor Guided | 6 months to complete Credits: 20 Clock hours | 2.0 ICAET CEU| CLE: Refer to state Bar Rules This course follows A trusted resource in paralegal education for more than three decades, Walter/Wright’s WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATE ADMINISTRATION Textbook.  It includes digital resources that introduce …

Teaching Methods and Strategies-Students With High Incidence Disabilities

Duration: Self-paced – to be completed within a 6-month time frame. Instructor support included. Professional Development Hours: 45 Hours | 4.5 IACT CEUs Teaching Methods and Strategies-Students With High Incidence Disabilities prepares students to understand how to use methods and techniques that every special education and general education teacher should …

Intellectual Development during Infancy and Toddlerhood (1CME /.1CEU)

Join Dr. Sara Hoefler as she introduces participants to intellectual development in infancy and toddlerhood. She will look at topics inducing memory, language development, “motherese”, and competency development. Topics: How do infants learn? How do babies and toddlers learn to speak and understand languages? What are the milestones of language …

Law, Liability, and Ethics for Medical Office Professionals

Reflect new health care regulations and technology, LAW, LIABILITY, AND ETHICS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS. Thoughtful and thorough, LAW, LIABILITY, AND ETHICS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS course show medical assisting students their legal and ethical obligations, when to seek legal advice, and how to work with the legal profession, and …

The Litigation Paralegal: A Systems Approach

THE LITIGATION PARALEGAL: A SYSTEMS APPROACH,  combines theories and principles of law with practical skills for an engaging overview of the role of the paralegal. Numerous detailed exhibits, forms, checklists, and practical tips illustrate the realities of paralegal work. In addition, the course covers the latest electronic discovery issues and …

Spanish for Medical Personnel Enhanced Edition: The Basic Spanish Series

Part of The Basic Spanish Series, BASIC SPANISH FOR MEDICAL PERSONNEL serves those in the medical professions who seek basic conversational skills in Spanish. Ideal for two-semester/three-quarter courses, this manual presents everyday situations that medical students, pre-professionals, and professionals may encounter at work settings in hospitals, emergency rooms, doctors’ offices, …

HIPAA for Health Care Professional (20 Hrs)

HIPAA FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS clearly explains the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act with concepts and applications for health care professionals. HIPAA compliance for an organization revolves around protecting the privacy and security of Protected Health Information (PHI) that the organization has or will have access to. PHI is …

Today’s Health Information Management: An Integrated Approach

As technology, legislation, and industry practices continue to rapidly evolve, the health information management profession has become increasingly dynamic, complex, and essential. McWay’s TODAY’S HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH, 3rd Edition, helps students master the fundamental principles and cutting-edge practices that will help them succeed in this high-demand field. …

Typical Child Development: Babies and Toddlers (.1 CEU)

This course introduces students to the child education and care profession. It is designed to increase understanding of the basic concepts of child development and the developmental characteristics of children. What is discussed: What impacts physical development? How does the environment impact brain growth? What are primitive reflexes? How do …

STEP 1 – SELECT COURSES 

 


Review our online continuing education and distance-learning catalog; select desired courses – live or recorded webinars, workshops, online courses – and add them to your cart. Once registration process is completed, an account is automatically created for you, allowing instant access to courses.

STEP 2 – COMPLETE COURSES

 


All courses are offered online. Recorded presentations are available 24/7 and registration is valid for 60 days (extension may be granted at request). Live webinars and workshops can be accessed online at the scheduled time. Courses can be accessed using computers, smart phones, ipads, or similar devices

STEP 3 – PRINT YOUR CERTIFICATE

 


Once you have completed a course, certificate is automatically generated for printing. Copies of certificates are saved in your account and can be retrieved at any time.

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