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Your Tutor: Gregory Hunt (Mediator)

Barry Cryer

Gregory (Gregg) is one of Europe's most experienced dispute resolution professionals. He has worked in ADR since 1995, spending 13 years with The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and its subsidiary IDRS Limited incorporating The City Disputes Panel; 7 years at The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) and 2 years with consumer dispute resolution bodies, including ombudsmen. Gregg held Executive Director roles within all organisations and was CEDR’s first Global Group Director of Dispute Resolution.

​In April 2016 Gregg formed Hunt ADR Limited which is registered with the Civil Mediation Council as a mediation provider and a training provider and is the UKs largest arbitration service provider, incorporating Travel Arbitration. Gregg also established fooDResolution in 2018 to provide a vehicle for people engaged in ADR to donate to local food banks. Between 2010 and 2018 Gregg was a Statutory Member of CEDR.

​Gregg has mediated more than 100 times with parties ranging from individuals to private and public companies. His mediations have been in a wide range of sectors with claims ranging from £500 to £30m. He has co-mediated on cases with a value of up to £300m.​ As a professional mediator, Gregg mediates disputes on a regular basis and his experience covers wide-ranging areas of civil and commercial disputes.

Gregg has trained hundreds of people to be mediators both as Head of Faculty for Hunt ADR and also as member of faculty for other organisations. He has trained mediators and delivered mediation and arbitration CPD events in person in the UK, the United States, Hong Kong, Spain and Poland and online participants have come from the UK, France, Canada, Chile and South Africa. Gregg has spoken at many international events and worked on ADR projects in 22 countries. He is a Guest Lecturer at The University of Exeter and The University of Hull.

Mediator Accreditation Programme, 17-21 June 2024 - £1,560.00 Discounted from £1,560.00

The Hunt ADR Mediator Accreditation Programme is a comprehensive, hands-on training programme designed to equip you with the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel as professional civil and commercial mediators.
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Aims

Solid foundation in mediator skills, enabling you to effectively manage and resolve conflicts while fostering a collaborative and positive environment. You will be prepared to sit assessments for Civil Mediation Council Accreditation.

Requirements

This programme welcomes both beginners and experienced professionals looking to enhance their mediation skills. While prior experience in mediation or conflict resolution can be beneficial, it is not a requirement. Having a good understanding of the English language is essential.

 

Details

This immersive and interactive training programme offers a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application, allowing you to gain a deep understanding of the mediator's role in conflict resolution. The curriculum covers essential topics such as communication, negotiation, and problem-solving, alongside real-world scenarios and role-plays to facilitate experiential learning. With expert guidance from seasoned Faculty, you will develop the confidence and competence necessary to thrive as mediators in a variety of professional settings.

Modules you'll take on this course

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Welcome to the Mediator Accreditation Programme

Master civil and commercial mediation in Hunt ADR's 40-hour Accreditation Programme. Acquire skills, knowledge, and confidence with expert guidance. Access the MAP Handbook and other useful documents in the resources section.

Aims

The aim of this Module is to introduce students to the Hunt ADR Mediator Accreditation Programme.

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Introduction to Mediation

Introduction to Mediation

Aims

To gain a wider understanding about mediation and where it sits as a dispute resolution tool

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Psychology in Mediation

Psychology in Mediation

Aims

Gain an understanding of why Psychology in Mediation is important as we touch on why it is important to appreciate what motivates parties to act in certain ways

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Culture in Mediation

Culture in Mediation

Aims

Gain an understanding of why it is important to consider different cultures in the context of mediation

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Mediation Ground Rules and Preparation

Mediation Ground Rules and Preparation

Aims

Gain an understanding of the ground rules for mediation before looking at the activities of the mediator before the mediation begins - known as The Preparation Phase

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Opening the Mediation

Opening the Mediation

Aims

A vital stage of the process, opening the mediation can set the parties at ease and give them confidence that you are the right mediator for the job. Learn how to open the mediation in this video

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Exploration

Exploration

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Seen by many as the hardest phase of the process, in this video we walk you through the Exploration Phase

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Bargaining & Closing

Bargaining & Closing the Mediation

Aims

We look at the bargaining, or negotiation phase, and how to end the mediation

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Next Steps

Next steps

Aims

In the final video before your course begins, we run through what happens next

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What Causes Disputes in the First Place?

In this module we look at some of the main reasons why disputes arise in the first place.

Aims

By completing this module students will have a greater appreciation of why disputes arise, which is important context for a mediator.

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Case Law for Mediation

This module covers key UK case law relevant to mediators and ADR practice, offering insights into courts' perspectives, the consequences of refusing ADR, confidentiality, and the unique benefits of mediation. 

Aims

This module aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of significant UK case law impacting mediation and ADR practice. It intends to equip students with the knowledge to make informed decisions in their approach to dispute resolution.

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