Conflict Resolution Mediation Training To Be Held
Joining last year's Conflict Resolution Center training session were CRC Executive Director, Certified Mediator and LMFT Liz Mantle (top row left to right), Director, Mediator, Attorney and past President Charma Pipersky, CRC President and Certified Mediator Thomas Lambie ("Rio") and (front row left) Diane "Di" Helms past President, Certified Mediator and Director, Nevada County Superior Court Presiding Judge Tom Anderson, Nevada County Superior court Judge Sean Dowling and CRC Vice-President, Certified Mediator and MFT Intern Gayle Long.
Most employers agree that an ability to mediate is the #1 most important job skill. You have an opportunity to add "certified mediator" to your resume by attending this year's annual 3-Day Mediation training presented to you by CRC, Conflict Resolution Center of Nevada County. Improve your communication and listening skills, learn how to negotiate and resolve conflict in a more peaceful and empowering way and become a volunteer court mediator. This 25 hour training will be held October 18th, 19th and 20th from 8:30a.m. to 5:30p.m. at Esterly Hall (Nevada County Board of Realtors Bldg) 336 Crown Point Circle, Grass Valley.
While similar Basic Mediation Trainings in other areas can cost as much as $3,000, the registration fee to attend CRC's training is just $200 (includes lunch and snacks each day).
To register please call CRC @ (530) 477.6517 or go to www.nevadacountyconflictresolution.org to download registration forms to mail to CRC,308 Main Street Suite #5, Nevada City, CA 95959