The RICS Evaluative Mediation Training Programme is strongly pragmatic in its approach and is designed to ensure that you acquire both the broad theoretical knowledge and specific practical competencies needed to function as an effective Accredited Evaluative Mediator.
Successful completion will entitle you to the designation:
RICS Accredited Evaluative Mediator
Eligible for e2i and/or UTAP funding support
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What is RICS Evaluative Mediation?
Evaluative Mediation – where mediators use their expertise to guide the parties – is well suited to the hard realities of the land, property and construction industries.
The RICS Evaluative Mediation Training Programme builds on the RICS ACRE Model of Mediation delivering a process that is Analytical, Commercial, Restorative and Expert and is strongly pragmatic in its approach and is designed to ensure that you acquire both the broad theoretical knowledge and specific practical competencies needed to function as an effective Accredited Evaluative Mediator.
This module is available once you have successfully completed modules one and two. Module three will develop your technique as an evaluative mediator, building on the skills in traditional facilitative mediation gained in modules one and two.
Evaluative Mediation involves all the skills sets used in facilitative mediation, plus a thorough understanding of:
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Module Three is now exclusively available for you to develop your technique as an evaluative mediator, building on the skills in traditional facilitative mediation and the knowledge of evaluative mediation you have gained in modules one and two.
This will also serve as refresher session and will guide you through a variety of practical situations to teach you how to deal with different mediation scenarios.
Successful completion of module three will entitle you, if you are not already a panel member, to apply for admission to the RICS President’s International Panel of Dispute Resolvers. If successful, you will be listed on it as an evaluative mediator and this will allow you to be considered for appointment by RICS to act as an evaluative mediator.
If you are already a member, this will change your listing to evaluative mediator - RICS Accredited Evaluative Mediator
The RICS Evaluative Mediation Training Programme (Module 3) is accredited by the Singapore Institute of Legal education (SILE).
The Public CPD points offered by the course are as follows:
Practice Area: Alternative Dispute Resolution
Training Level: Advanced
CPD Scheme Information and Attendance Policy:
Participants who wish to obtain CPD Points must comply strictly with the Attendance Policy set out in the CPD Guidelines. For this activity, participants are reminded to sign in on arrival and sign out at the conclusion of each day of the event in the manner required by the organiser. Participants must not be absent from each day of the event for more than 15 minutes. Participants who attend Day 1 and comply strictly with the Attendance Policy on that day may obtain 6 Public CPD Points. Participants who attend Day 2 and comply strictly with the Attendance Policy on that day may obtain 6 Public CPD Points. Participants who do not comply with the Attendance Policy on any particular day of the event will not be able to obtain CPD Points for that day. Please refer to http://www.sileCPDcentre.sg for more information.
Dr John Fletcher
John Fletcher was born in South Africa took his B Com LLB from Rhodes University and his M Phil and PhD in administrative law from Cambridge. He returned to SA and practised as a barrister at the Johannesburg Bar for ten years in a civil commercial practice with some constitutional work.
John is the ADR Products Group Director of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and is responsible for RICS’s global Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) including arbitration, adjudication, dispute boards, mediation, expert witnesses and conflict avoidance. Prior to working for RICS, John was the Projects Director for ADR Group. He developed their international joint ventures in South Africa, Europe, Brazil, the Caribbean and other developing countries; their UK workplace mediation service; and their mediation training in UK universities.
At RICS John has overseen the extensive development of DRS services both in the UK and internationally. DRS is now active in seventeen countries on five continents and offers training, accreditation, panel membership, administration and appointments in all of the dispute resolution disciplines listed above. DRS now also provides bespoke dispute resolution and conflict avoidance consultancy; has moved into the areas of planning and consumer disputes, and is working in close association with major institutional and business partners in several countries. John has also spearheaded the creation of the International Coalition for Conflict Avoidance which is growing rapidly in the infrastructure and construction industries, and serves on the steering committee of the UK Civil Justice 2020 initiative.
Funding is available for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (whether you work at SMEs or non-SMEs).