1. Bundle for County / Circuit Civil Mediators – 16.3CME (incl. 4Ethics,2DV,1Diversity)

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Civil / County Florida mediators  – get ALL 16CME credits you need for your re-certification!

This bundle includes interactive credits and 4CME Ethics, 2CME Interpersonal Violence, 1 CME Diversity. Interactive credits are recorded courses with a quiz and are reported as option 2 on mediator’s reporting form; these credits fulfill the DRC requirement for minimum 8CME in a “live / interactive” format.


1 x 3. The Ethnicity & Race Argument in Tort Cases (2 CME: 1Ethics, 1Diversity) - Recorded

This presentation is eligible for up to 2CME General credits (1CME Diversity, 1 CME Ethics). This course reviews and examines the race and ethnicity based arguments in tort litigation. Litigants in tort litigation use expert witnesses who provide expectancy data on the total income an injured person would have earned if he/she had not been injured based on historical statistical data, such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (LBS), with race and ethnicity as its focus.  Courts have opined when and how such data can be used and argued on individual characteristic rather than on class/ethnicity characteristics.

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1 x 1. Confidentiality, Privilege, Privacy Acts and Disclosures - Court Cases (2CME) - Recordeda

Confidentiality, Privilege and Privacy Acts - Court Cases - This presentation is eligible for up to 2CME General credits. In this course presenter talks about the concepts of confidentiality, privilege and privacy, the Florida's Mediation Confidentiality & Privacy Act introduced in 1974, and reviews court cases related to these concepts. Confidentiality stands at the core of mediation, as it is a necessary and important factor as to maintain a correct mediation process. The importance of confidentiality is apparent within the neutrality of mediation. Presenter discusses Federal developments as well as local developments within the Sunshine State.

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1 x Communication, Conflict and the Grievance Process (2.3CME Gen) - Recorded

NEW! This presentations is eligible for up to 2.3CME General credits. Ins and Outs of Workplace Conflict: How to better understand it, manage it, prevent it and learn from it. In this session you will learn the importance of successful communication techniques within the context of a workplace. You will also learn helpful tips and tactics to manage the various dispute situations that may arise. Lastly, instructor will review the process for planning and executing a formal dispute / grievance plan for your organization. Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the importance of the communication patterns at play (internally and externally) that exist at your workplace.
  • Understand how to manage the conflict that you see at work on an individual basis.
  • Understand how a formal dispute system design program (or grievance process) could be adopted and what the key factors are for making that plan successful.

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ADRACEU Domestic Violence and Mediation

1 x Domestic Violence and Mediation (2CME DV) - Recorded

This presentation is eligible for 2 CME DV hours. This lecture addresses domestic violence issues and mediator's responsibilities. Some of the issues discussed: recognizing signs of domestic violence, reporting domestic violence cases, and impact on children in a household with domestic violence.

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1 x Basic Contract Resolution for Mediators (4CME Ethics) - Interactive

This course is a self-paced, interactive course and it is eligible for 4CME Ethics or 4CME General. Presenter discusses how mediators can use basic contract terms and theories during conferencing, without violating the disputing parties the right to self-determination, and mediator's ethics rules (MEAC). Course is set with a short quiz at the end to qualify for the "interactive" format required for mediator's re-certification credits.

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1 x A Survey of Landlord-Tenant Law & ADR (4CME Gen incl. 2CME Ethics) - Interactive

This presentation is eligible for up to 4CME General credits, including 2CME Ethics credits. This presentation is a survey of Landlord - Tenant law and covers: typical landlord - tenant disputes mediated at small claims courts (County Mediation), mediators' conduct during mediation, general expectations of tenant and landlord under common law and modern law, the landlord requirement to address The American Disability Act, and the Fair Housing Act. This course is set with a quiz at the end to qualify for the "interactive" format required for mediator's re-certification credits.

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