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The Act of 21 February 2005 amending the provisions of the Judicial Code provided a framework for mediation while establishing recognition of the function of mediator, which is a guarantee for those who will have recourse to this process. The “potpourri” law of 18 June 2018, Article 9 of which includes various amendments to the Judicial Code in order to promote alternative forms of dispute resolution, addresses the training of mediators in particular.
Currently, the accreditation requires that the candidate meets certain conditions including a minimum of 130 hours (100 hours of basic foundation and 30 hours of specialization either in civil and commercial, labour law matters, or in public law topics) or 160 hours (100 hours of the basic trunk and 60 hours for family mediation), the content of which is defined by a directive of the Federal Mediation Commission, such training being provided only by centres specifically approved by the Commission.
At the end of the training (foundation + specialisation) a certificate is issued. This delivery requires attendance at all sessions during which there will be continuous practical evaluation, as well as the successful completion of a written and practical test. You can include this certificate with your application for accreditation. Participants remain responsible for their application for approval from the Federal Commission and will check for themselves whether they meet all the requirements of the law and the Federal Commission to be approved.
Program on request
Christian Préaux, Joëlle Troeder, Sandrine Rastelli, Aline De Walsche, Coralie Smets-Gary, Martine Becker
experienced accredited mediators
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