Online Mediation Training Course in Turkish

We now offer our certified mediation course in Turkish language. International Mediation Campus is the leading global institute for international certified mediation, ADR, negotiation and conflict management skills training based in Europe. Our 40 hours live online sessions covers different areas of mediation, negotiation and ADR, and is certified by the International Mediation Institute (IMI) and the International School of Management (ISM).

Our Turkish Mediation Training

In only 12 weeks you will become an internationally certified mediator.

Training
Content

Our international mediation training consists of 40 hours online sessions over 12 weeks period or 1 week intensive period covering topics including conflict interaction, communication skills, mediation process, the impact of emotions and personality on the mediation process, negotiation, consensus building and peacebuilding. Our training is certified by the International Mediation Institute (IMI) and International School of Management (ISM).

Who Should
Enrol?

Our training is open to everyone, regardless of their profession and experience, who aims to understand conflict interaction, strengthen communication competencies, take role in conflict resolution, increase negotiation skills, become a mediator, improve as a mediator. The more people we train with the skills of mediation and negotiation, the more constructive social dialogue will arise. Therefore, we are reaching out to multiple and different target groups.

Training
Format

Participants and trainers meet online and organise interactive training sessions. Our courses include theoretical knowledge, exercises, group work, discussions, role-plays and Self-Study Pack. The Self-Study Pack contains information on the topics covered in our online sessions and offers deeper insights, videos, theoretical information, case studies, insight exercises and bibliographies.

Your Journey to Becoming A Certified Mediator

In our international mediation training, you'll achieve the following objectives:

Our Next 12 Weeks Turkish Course Starts In

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Starts 14 Dec 2022
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Starts 11 Jan 2023
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Workshops Offers

Mini Classes

Starts 8 May 2023
13:00
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Registration is 200₺
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Starts 7 Aug 2023
13:00
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Registration is 200₺
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Starts 3 Jul 2023
13:00
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Registration is 200₺
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Meet your Training Team

Blogs

blog turkish
Posted 9 Jan 2023
In our five-post blog series, we examined nonviolent communication from different perspectives and mentioned how it can be used in the mediation process. In this last post of the series, we will talk about nonviolent communication from the mediator’s perspective.
blog turkish
Posted 9 Jan 2023
People who cannot treat themselves with compassion are likely to have problems communicating nonviolently with others. Non-violent communication is not only about the way we communicate with people, but also about the way we treat ourselves. Some people tend to be harsher with themselves than with others. They feel shame or guilt when they commit a behavior that they themselves consider a mistake.
blog turkish
Posted 6 Jan 2023
The communication process is like two sides of a medallion. The way we express ourselves is one side of the communication process, while the way we perceive people is the other. So, how do we understand what the other person feels or requests?
blog turkish
Posted 6 Jan 2023
In previous blog post, we analysed the 4 steps of the nonviolent communication process and mentioned the importance of expressing emotions clearly. Well, how do people express their emotions?We tend to express our emotions at many points in our daily lives. Usually, these moments are situations where we feel emotions such as sadness, resentment, fear, and anger. There are more than one way to express emotions. Many people are used to express their emotions on the basis of blame, not on the basis of need.
blog turkish
Posted 5 Jan 2023
What causes conflicts to occur? Why do some people remain calm and stay in safe waters even in the most troubling situations, while others escalate to violence? Every conflict involves a variety of emotions. In many cases, emotions cause conflicts to arise, and focusing on these emotions helps to overcome conflicts.

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