Alert Icon Default Alert

On Sunday, November 2, 2014, between 12:01am and 6:00am, Internet Service on campus will be either down or sporadic during the maintenance window.

Basic Mediation Certification and Summer Mediation for Youth

Related Programs

Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office of Maryland

Accreditation Information

40-hour training program meets the mediation training requirements outlined in Title 17 of Maryland Rules.

handshake_185
Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party helps people in disputes to communicate and understand one another and to reach an agreement that is mutually satisfactory. Mediators do not make decisions for disputing parties, but instead provide and/or recommend terms for agreement.

This 40-hour training program  meets the State of Maryland Requirements for Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO).

Topics include:

  • the language of mediation and the theory, goals, and application of mediation methodologies
  • interactive participation in simulated cases, exercises and role plays
  • skills to assist parties in overcoming barriers in a dispute process
  • the roles of attorneys and clients in mediation
  • ethical responsibility of the mediator; strategies to deal with difficult people, power balances and cultural sensitivity

See Courses and Descriptions
The Mediation for Youth courses are designed for teens, ages 14-19 years of age (born after 1997), to earn a Mediation Certificate. Students will be taught the basic mediation skills through lecture, case studies, role playing and supervised mediation examples. The benefits of completing this course include service learning credits that count toward high school graduation; life skills in conflict management; and becoming a member of the Maryland Program for Mediator Excellence (MPME) See the Summer Youth Programs Schedule on the college website at: http://www.pgcc.edu or Dr. Nancie Park on (301) 277-5934, ext. 340.