Mediate.com is thrilled to bring our extensive library of video courses and resources to you now by online video streaming. This means that you are now able to enjoy our fine courses and resources immediately, at any location, and at a meaningfully lower price.
There is no more convenient or affordable way to take care of your continuing education needs.
Continuing Education Courses & Resources
Mediating Divorce Agreement
Join Jim Melamed, CEO of Mediate.com and Former Executive Director of the Academy of Family Mediators, for 15 hours of divorce mediation instruction.
Approved for 15 hours of CLE Credit.
Culture & Gender Issues in Negotiation & Mediation
Dynamic presenter Nina Meierding offers valuable information and strategic recommendations for addressing culture and gender issues in negotiation and mediation. The focus is on practical solutions to address cultural and gender dynamics in effective ways. Seven hours of instruction.
Approved for 7 CLE Credit
Join Randy Lowry and Peter Robinson for an informative and entertaining tour through the world of strategic negotiation, including both competitive and collaborative approaches. Five hours of instruction.
Approved for 5 CLE Credit
The Craft of Collaborative Practice
Join nationally prominant collaborative practice Instructor Chip Rose for over 10 hours of Collaborative Practice instruction.
Approved for 10 hours of CLE Credit
Other Video Courses
The Mediators: Views from the Eye of the Storm
This course features 31 of the most experienced mediators in the world. This two-hour video is a “highlight film” of compelling commentary from pioneers and leaders in the field of mediation.
Get Busy, Get Paid!
Interested in wisely growing your mediation practice? Looking to expand your legal work into mediation? This course will help you to grow your practice ASAP. Includes PDF manual.
The Lighter Side of Mediation
An hour of video laughs with Chip Rose & Don Saposnek.
Improving Parent-Child Relationships
10 hours of parenting education in 20 half hour episodes! PBS quality. The parents you meet are struggling and trying hard to be the best parents they can be. Through their challenges, you gain new perspectives on why parents and children interact as they do. You learn new skills that have an immediate positive effect on your relationship with your children.