Courses: Ethical Dilemmas for Mediators in British Columbia


Course Details:
This course has pre-requisites, please confirm that you have taken the required courses before registering for this class. Students who register without meeting these requirements will be withdrawn from the course. This course will help you clarify the application of professional codes of conduct and the real-world application of ethical behaviour in the practice of mediation. In practice, mediators frequently encounter situations that require tough decisions. What should a mediator do when personal or professional values are challenged? Professional codes of conduct that govern the mediator can sometimes conflict. How does a mediator sort through the issues and decide what to do? When should clients be referred? When should the mediator terminate the mediation? What happens when the decision isn't clear? Instructor: Lee Turnbull

Course Code: CRES-1298
Department: Centre for Conflict Resolution
Prerequisites:
CRES-1280
Course Offerings:
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