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LawAlternative Dispute Resolution

Mediation Practice

Course Code
HB036A
Application Code
1540-HB036A
Study mode
Part-time
Start Date
19 Aug 2017 (Sat)
Next intake(s)
12-2017
Duration
6 days to 6 days
Language
English

The Mediation Practice programme is a series of training workshops (40 contact hours), which aim to provide professional training on mediation knowledge, skills, processes and procedures through studying practical problems in real-life mediation. Students are equippied to become accredited professional mediators.

The course is suitable for Legal Practitioners, Barristers, Corporate Counsels, Architects, Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Accountants, Governments Officials, Corporate Executives, Senior Management, Corporate Communications Managers and anyone wishing to improve their conflict resolution skills for everyday use.

August 2017 Intake 

  • 19-20 August 2017 (Sat-Sun); 9am-6pm
  • 22, 24 August 2017 (Tue & Thu); 7:00pm-10:30pm
  • 26-27 August 2017 (Sat-Sun); 9am-6:30pm
Duration
  • 6 meeting(s)

Applicants shall hold:-

  1. A bachelor’s degree awarded by a recognized university or equivalent, in a relevant discipline with at least 2 years of experience; OR
  2. A relevant professional qualification (e.g. RIBA/HKIA, RICS/HKIS, CIOB/HKICM, CIBSE/ICE/HKIE, HKIH/CIH, CILT, ICS, CIPS/HKIPS etc)

If the degree or equivalent qualification is from an institution where the language of teaching and assessment is not English,

applicants shall provide evidence of English proficiency such as

  1. an overall band of 6.0 or above with no subtests lower than 5.5 in the IELTS; or
  2. a score of 550 or above in the paper-based TOEFL, or a score of 213 or above in the computer-based TOEFL, or a score of 80 or above in the internet-based TOEFL; or
  3. HKALE Use of English at Grade E or above; or
  4. HKDSE Examination English Language at Level 3 or above; or
  5. equivalent qualifications.

Applicants with other qualifications will be considered on individual merit.

Course Fee
  • HK$15,500 per programme (non refundable)
  • The CEF Institution Code of HKU SPACE is 100

CEF SectorBusiness Services

CEF Courses
Mediation Practice
COURSE CODE 21Z03646-7 FEES $15,500 ENQUIRY 2508-8864
Continuing Education Fund Continuing Education Fund
This programme has been included in the list of CEF reimbursable programmes. Application for CEF has to be made before commencement of the programme.

Mediation Practice are all submitted to Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited (HKMAAL) for accreditation as meeting stage One training requirements leading to accreditation as a member of the Association General Panel of mediators. The attendee needs to complete two further satisfactory assessments to apply for such accreditation. Each course is individually accredited.

Upon successful completion of the course, an attendee will also qualify to apply for Associate Membership of the UK Chartered Institute of Arbitrators without having to sit for usual examination.

Application Form Download Application Form

Enrolment Method

We provide online application and payment service for students to make enrolment via the Internet. Enrolment will be confirmed once students have made the payment online by using either PPS or credit card.

For first-come, first-served courses:
  1. Complete the online application form
    Click the "Apply Now" button on the top right hand corner of the course webpage to make online application. Follow the instructions to fill-in the online application form.
  2. Make Online Payment
    Pay the course fees by either using
     

    PPS via Internet - You will need a PPS account and a PPS Internet password. For information on how to open a PPS account and how to set up a PPS Internet password, please visit http://www.ppshk.com.

    Credit Card Online Payment - Course fees can be paid by VISA or MasterCard via a secure online payment gateway for all first-come, first-served courses.

For award-bearing programmes:

Selected award-bearing programmes also provide online enrolment and payment service for its students.

If your programme accepts online enrolment and payment, a re-enrolment icon will be shown on the course webpage. Click the icon and follow the instructions to perform online enrolment and payment. You will receive relevant information from the programme team nearer the time of enrolment.

You may click here directly to access the online enrolment and payment service.

Please note the followings:

  1. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrolment will be confirmed once you have made the payment online. You will receive a payment confirmation after payment has been made successfully. You are advised to keep your payment confirmation for future enquiries.
  2. Fees paid are not refundable except as statutorily provided or under very exceptional circumstances.
  3. To make an application online, you will need a computer with connection to the Internet and a web browser with JavaScript enabled. Internet Explorer 5.01 or above is recommended as the web browser.

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