Have an interest in ensuring the best possible standards for mediators?
Want to have active input in the creation of the rules and regulations to which you and your colleagues must follow?
Have ideas and opinions as to how the current standards should change and evolve to meet the needs of mediators?
Help to ensure mediation is respected as an equal Profession to others in the legal world!
Have you ever wondered how the rules and regulations you must follow to become a mediator and continue to practice, come about?
They are created by a small, but dedicated and very experienced panel of mediators, who will make recommendations to the Board in creating rules and processes for Members and the profession of mediation generally.
The PSC advise the board on best practice in mediation and contribute to the general ongoing development of the college and its code of practice for mediators.
The PSC also approve training courses for new or existing training providers who want to become College accredited trainers. There is also the opportunity to be involved in the delivery of college conferences and other events. An example of our recent work is the college’s diversity policy and the PSC are currently working on a code of practice for trainers and mediation standards in Elder mediation.
The PSC is seeking new volunteer members to ensure the vital work they do continues and grows for the benefit of its members, mediation services and their business.
The PSC need people who know about mediation, who want to support our members with quality information and who want to contribute towards the work and growth of the College.
The College is keen to attract candidates of all professions, but in particular lawyer (solicitors/barristers/Filex) mediators (all areas, family, commercial, civil etc) who have particular skill sets which would be invaluable to the PSC.
People with radical ideas, opinions and commitment are welcome!
Please email all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “PSC Application”.