Effectively training mediators requires both a thorough understanding of the knowledge and skills required together with the ability to organize and present information that produces skillful and resourceful professionals.
Manon describes her approach to mediator training and the development of extensive and comprehensive training materials. She also explains how she adjusts her training curriculum to meet the unique needs of mediators in different countries.
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