Continuing Mediation Education

Internet Training Courses

Below is a list of online courses / trainings that providers have submitted and the ADR Commission has approved as meeting certain continuing mediation education requirements pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 31:

Ethical Mediation Course (ongoing)

Mediate with Emotional Intelligence (available 1/1/14 - 12/5/14)

Employment Disputes - Most Fequently Asked Questions from the Parties & Mediator's Perspective (available10/05/13 - 10/04/14)

“Family Law Practitioner’s Guide – Ethical Issues in Family Mediation” (available 10/05/13 - 10/04/14)

Family Law Update 2012 (available 10/05/13 - 10/04/14)

Mediation:  Practice & Ethics Update 2012 (available 10/05/13 - 10/04/14)

What TN Lawyers Need to Know About Rule 31 - Forgiveness in Divorce Process

What TN Lawyers Need to Know About Rule 31 -Domestic Violence in Mediation

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CME Course Providers

A number of organizations provide Continuing Mediation Education (CME) courses. Click on the following Web Sites to Search for Courses providing Continuing education Hours on Mediation, Ethics, Family Law, etc. (Contact Providers directly for Information) 

CME Provider Accreditation

If you would like your course to be listed as a Rule 31 Continuing Mediation Course, please fill out the CME Provider Accreditation form and submit it to the Administrative Office of the Courts. The request must be made prior to the actual training course. You will be notified once the course is approved and the course will be listed on the ADR web page on the AOC website. Please contact Claudia Lewis if you have any questions.