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Elder Mediation Training Day 3

 

Date and time: Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 9.30am to 5.00pm

Location: Avila, Bloomfield Avenue, Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Organisation/Trainer: Later Life Mediation trainers (see  www.laterlifemediation.com ) and a specialist input on Elder Abuse

Price: MII members: €125.00/Non-MII members: €150.00. Tea/Coffee will be provided at breaks in the morning and afternoon. Lunch is not provided. Facilities are available if participants wish to bring a pack lunch. There are also a number of cafes in the area.

Course Details

This course follows on from Elder Mediation Training Day 2. However, the courses are in modular format so it is possible to do Day 3 without having completed Days 1 and 2. Day 3 focuses on elder abuse and the implications of elder abuse for elder mediators. It also provides an opportunity for skills development through role play and analysis of case scenarios.

The training hours are recognised by the MII for 7 CPD hours and by the Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN) for certification purposes.

Course Content 

 Elder Abuse

 Definitions, categories  and patterns of abuse

 Challenges for the older person dealing with abuse and consequences

 Support and reporting structures

Elder Abuse and Elder Mediation

 Screening for elder abuse at pre-mediation

 Ethical decisions and reporting responsibilities

 Analysis of case scenarios

Role play

 Transfer of learning through skills practice

Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN) certification

 Self-assessment requirements for EMIN certification

 

Learning Outcomes

Participants will gain:

 knowledge about all forms of elder abuse, its impact on the abused person and families, reporting requirements and support structures

 skills required for screening for elder abuse in pre-mediation

 knowledge of potential ethical dilemmas for mediators and reporting mechanisms

 skills development through role play practice

 information on self-assessment requirements for EMIN certification

The course will be interactive and will allow time for discussion and questions.

The training hours in this course are recognised by the Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN) for certification purposes and the MII for CPD purposes.

Later Life Mediation is a not for profit company specialising in Elder Mediation and Training. Later Life Mediator mediators are internationally accredited with EMIN and members of the Mediators Institute of Ireland. www.laterlifemediation.com

Booking

First come, first served based on payment received.  Email info@laterlifemediation.com for a booking form. For more information contact Later Life Mediation by email info@laterlifemediation.com or phone 087 390 2547