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COURSE & SECTION #
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INSTRUCTOR

CDMR 1018 54501
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION

RSU 08/18-08/28 See Below 48 R600 $177
McGough, A.

Defines the process of mediation, its history and development, and theories of conflict resolution and negotiation. This course fulfills the requirements of Senate Bill 1436 for mediation training in Texas. Students also learn how to be successful third party neutrals. *NOTE: Eight hours in addition to those listed above are required for online or other activities outside the classroom. Class Meets: Thurs. 8/18 (5p-9p), Sat. 8/20 (8a-5p), Sun. 8/21 (8a-5p) Thurs. 8/25 (5p-9p), Sat. 8/27 (8a-5p), Sun 8/28 (8a-5p). Certificate Class - Meets basic 40 hour Requirement. Meets TMTR standards Training Proof of Meningitis Vaccine applies please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis

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DATE
TIME
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INSTRUCTOR
DRCM 2079 51502
INTERNSHIP

T 08/30-12/06 See Below 48 IR600 $177
McGough, A.

This course exceeds the number of contact hours required training as a mediator for family disputes. Examines the issues involved in a divorce and meets the Texas training requirement in divorce mediation. Topics include child custody, support, and property. NOTE: Eight hours in addition to those listed above are required for online or other activities outside the classroom. **Certificate Course Meets State required for Mediating Court appointed divorce cases. Class Meets: Tues. 8/30 (5:30p-9:30p), Tues. 9/20 (5:30p-9:30p), Tues. 10/18 (5:30p-9:30p), Tues. 11/15 (5:30p-9:30p), Tues. 12/6 (5:30p-9:30p). Proof of Meningitis Vaccine Applies. Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

DRCM 1071 51502
INTRODUCTION TO NEGOTIATION
RSU 09/01-09/11 See Below 48 R600 $177
Burns, E.

Teaches the techniques necessary to break impasse and get an agreement. Skills include how to create an atmosphere that fosters negotiation, how to conduct difficult conversation and how to mediate “win-win” situations. Class Meets: Thurs. 9/01 (5p-9p), Sat. 9/03 (8a-5p), Sun. 9/04 (8a-5p), Thurs. 9/08 (5p-9p), Sat. 9/10 (8a-5p), Sun. 9/11 (8a-5p). Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

DRCM 1074 51502
INTRODUCTION TO CROSS CULTURE COMMUNICATIONS
RSU 09/15-09/25 See Below 48 R600 $177
Reyes, P.

Special characteristics of conflict based on religious, ethnic, national, or racial identity. Emphasizes cross-cultural negotiations and mediations. Thurs. 9/15 (5p-9p), Sat. 9/17 (8a-5p), Sun. 9/18 (8a-5p), Thurs. 9/22 (5p-9p), Sat 9/24 (8a-5p), Sun. 9/25 (8a-5p).

DRCM 1073 51503
INTRODUCTION TO DIVORCE MEDIATION
RSU 09/29-10/09 See Below 48 R600 $177
Reyes, P.

This course exceeds the number of contact hours required training as a mediator for family disputes. Examines the issues involved in a divorce and meets the Texas training requirement in divorce mediation. Topics include child custody, support, and property. NOTE: Eight hours in addition to those listed above are required for online or other activities outside the classroom. **Certificate Course Meets State required for Mediating Court appointed divorce cases. Class Meets: Thurs. 9/29 (5p-9p), Sat. 10/1 (8a-5p), Sun. 10/2 (8a-5p), Thurs. 10/6 (5p-9p), Sat. 10/8 (8a-5p), Sun. 10/9 (8a-5p). Proof of Meningitis Vaccine Applies. Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

CMDR 1018 51505
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION

RSU 10/27-11/06 See Below 48 R600 $177
McGough, A.

Defines the process of mediation, its history and development, and theories of conflict resolution and negotiation. This course fulfills the requirements of Senate Bill 1436 for mediation training in Texas. Students also learn how to be successful third party neutrals. *NOTE: Eight hours in addition to those listed above are required for online or other activities outside the classroom. Class Meets: Thurs. 10/27 (5p-9p), Sat. 10/29 (8a-5p), Sun. 10/30 (8a-5p) Thurs. 11/3 (5p-9p), Sat. 11/5 (8a-5p), Sun 11/6 (8a-5p). Certificate Class - Meets basic 40 hour Requirement. Meets TMTR standards Training Proof of Meningitis Vaccine applies please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

DRCM 2077 51506
ADVANCED NEGOTIATION
RSU 11/10-11/20 See Below 48 R600 $177
TBA

This course will enhance your skills as a mediator. We will focus on taking your understanding of mediation to the next level. We will review basic formats for mediations, types of mediation and current theory regarding mediation. Through practical applications, we will learn the art of mediation through interactions with each other. Students are required to have demonstrated college level reading, writing and/or math skills. Class Meets: Thurs. 11/10 (5p-9p), Sat. 11/12 (8a-5p), Sun. 11/13 (8a-5p), Thurs. 11/17 (5p-9p), Sat. 11/19 (8a-5p), Sun. 11/20 (8a-5p). Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

DRCM 2078 52501
ADVANCED CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
RSU 12/01-12/11 See Below 48 R600 $177
Gilbert, C.

This course provides the capstone experience that examines the process of becoming a professional conflict specialist in multiple settings. Includes consulting and working with advocates, corporations, organizations, communities and nations on both specific and broad conflict issues.  Class Meets: Thurs. 12/01 (5p-9p), Sat. 12/03 (8a-5p), Sun. 12/04 (8a-5p), Thurs. 12/08 (5p-9p), Sat. 12/10 (8a-5p), Sun. 12/11 (8a-5p). Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

CMDR 2006 52504
ETHICS FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
RSU 10/13-10/23 See Below 48 INET $177
Gilbert, C.

A study of ethical and legal issues and principles of professional ethical practice in the mediation and conflict management field. Topics include ethics, standards of conduct, confidentiality, impartiality, self-determination, and unauthorized practice of lawThurs. 10/13 (5p-9p), Sat. 10/15 (8a-5p), Sun. 10/16 (8a-5p), Thurs. 10/20 (5p-9p), Sat. 10/22 (8a-5p), Sun. 10/23 (8a-5p). Please see details at http://www.elcentrocollege.edu/dual-credit/proof-meningitis.

               
 
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