Notice on the training course of business conciliation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Commercial Conciliation Union
As the mediation center of South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and the major commercial mediation organizations of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Business Mediation Alliance, jointly established in Qianhai, Shenzhen on December 7, 2013, aims to integrate the commercial mediation resources of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and jointly enhance the commercial mediation of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. The level of mediation service and its overall position in the Asia-Pacific region provide professional, efficient and harmonious mediation services for both Chinese and foreign parties.
With the continuous advancement and implementation of the civil justice system reform in the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao, the judicial organs in the three places have encouraged the parties to settle disputes by alternative dispute settlement methods such as mediation. In order to continuously improve the professional level of commercial mediation and learn from international advanced experience and practices, the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Federation of Commercial Mediation took the lead in introducing joint training courses for commercial mediation in mainland China.
This course is based on facilitative mediation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. It combines the concepts and practical training skills of mediation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. It mainly teaches mediation concepts, procedures, skills and related legal knowledge. Through group discussions, real case sharing and simulated case (role-playing) exercises, the students are taught. Students can master all kinds of mediation skills more quickly so as to become professional mediators as soon as possible. Through this course, students can improve their personal communication skills and interpersonal skills, and effectively use different mediation skills to organize and systematically handle disputes and conflicts in daily life and work.
* One training, three accreditations: This course has been approved by the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association (HKMAAL) for the first phase of the comprehensive mediation training course. After completing the course, participants will be eligible to participate in the second phase of the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Assessment Association and, after completing two simulated mediation cases, may become accredited mediators of relevant mediation institutions in Hong Kong according to relevant standards. In addition, a number of mediation agencies in the Mainland and Macau of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Business Mediation Union will give priority to the selection of mediators from among the trainees who have completed the course and have been assessed as qualified.
* Professional Training Guarantee: This course will select three outstanding and experienced mediation training experts as mentors, carefully arrange training courses and teaching materials.
Sustainable Development Opportunities: The Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Business Mediation Alliance will provide a range of continuous professional development opportunities and platforms for trainees who complete the course.
Course time and syllabus:
The whole course will be completed within 5.5 days / 44 hours.
On the first day, November 7, 2015 (Saturday), 8:45am - 6:30pm:
1. introduction of commercial mediation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao
2. definition, characteristics and principles of Commercial Conciliation
3. procedures for Commercial Conciliation and other dispute settlement procedures in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao
4. functions and benefits of mediation
5. position negotiation and focus negotiation
6. promoting mediation and evaluative mediation.
7. communication skills of commercial mediators
On the second day, November 8, 2015 (Sunday), 8:45am - 6:30pm:
1. mediation of the agenda for the first time for both parties to declare and conciliation.
2. the stage and skill of mediation
3. negotiation stage and individual talks
4. negotiation stage and joint talks
5., how to break the mediation deadlock.
6. mediation practice
On the third day, November 14, 2015 (Saturday), 8:45am - 6:30pm:
1. promoting consensus, fine-tuning and summary.
2. record reconciliation agreement
3. skills to control emotions and deal with difficult situations.
4. drafting a reconciliation agreement exercise
5. accreditation procedures for the "assessment committee"
On the fourth day, November 15, 2015 (Sunday), 8:45am - 6:30pm:
1. conciliation meeting summary statement
2. termination of conciliation
3. mediation in later stage
4. dealing with difficulties in mediation and Practice
5. mediation practice
On the fifth day, November 21, 2015 (Saturday), 8:45am - 6:30pm:
1. prepare for mediation and first meeting.
2. acting parties to mediate
3. the influence of cultural similarities and differences between three places on Mediation
4. mediation practice
On the sixth day, November 22, 2015 (Sunday), 8:45am - 1:00pm:
1. relevant laws on Commercial Conciliation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao
2. use mediation + arbitration to deal with cross-border business disputes.
3. common commercial disputes and mediation cases in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao
4. challenges and solutions to engage in commercial mediation in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao
Professionals, administrators or
• those who are interested in becoming professional mediators.
• those interested in improving communication and conflict resolution skills.
All participants who have completed the 44-hour commercial mediation training course of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Business Mediation Alliance with 100% attendance and pass the final examination will be awarded the Certificate of Commercial Mediation Training of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Business Mediation Alliance.
The trainees are eligible to participate in the second phase of the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association (HKCMA) with the Commercial Mediation Training Certificate of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Federation of Commercial Mediation. They may become accredited mediators of the relevant mediation institutions in Hong Kong according to the relevant standards after they have passed the two simulated mediation cases. Mediation agencies in the Mainland and Macao of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Business Mediation Union will give priority to the selection of mediators from the trainees who have completed the course and have been assessed as qualified.
1. chief trainer
Mr. Luo Weixiong is a senior mentor. He has more than 27 years of experience in public administration, personnel and conflict management, especially in business development, executive training, building personal skills and leadership development.
Mr. Luo has been involved in mediation services for nearly 10 years. He has dealt with cases of employment, professional responsibility, performance management, testamentary certification, personal injury, international trade, industrial injury and community disputes. He is currently a mediator of the Hong Kong Reconciliation Centre, the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association Limited, the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade/China International Chamber of Commerce Mediation Centre and the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitration Division. Since 2012, he has also been appointed by the Secretary for Justice of Hong Kong as a member of the Mediation Regulatory Framework Group and the Public Education and Publicity Group. At the same time, Mr. Luo is the first mediation expert to successfully handle cross-border commercial disputes through Hong Kong mediation and Chinese arbitration.
Mr. Luo holds a master of Business Administration degree and is studying for a doctorate in education. He is the chief mentor of the Hong Kong Reconciliation Centre and the chief judge of the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association Limited. He has trained thousands of professionals, including government officials, lawyers, doctors and social workers, in conflict resolution, negotiation and workplace mediation skills. Over the past decade, he has trained more than 100 mentors, reviewers and instructors, and has often been invited as a guest speaker. In addition, Mr. Luo has hosted radio programmes and interviewed major media in Hong Kong and the Mainland on the development of mediation in Hong Kong and Asia. Mr. Luo has set up a mediation center for arbitration institutions in Asia to design mediation courses, assessment and disciplinary mechanisms.
2. assistant trainer
Mr. Chen Qingsheng is a practising barrister and an authorized comprehensive mediator. Its scope of practice includes civil and criminal proceedings, dealing mainly with commercial, contractual, construction, family (marriage and inheritance) and other related disputes, as well as arbitration of construction contracts. The types of mediation cases he has dealt with include building management, contracts, corporate and business disputes (including shareholder disputes), personal injury claims, investment-related disputes, leases and property disputes.
Lawyer Chen is especially interested in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and mediation. Before becoming a practicing barrister, Lawyer Chen served as a key position in mediation. He has served as Senior Mediator of the Financial Dispute Mediation Centre, Mediation Executive Director of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association, and Mediation Coordinator of the Hong Kong Bar Association. He is also a consultant to the Joint Mediation Line Office, a second-stage Mediator Assessment Examiner of the Hong Kong Mediation Qualifications Review Association, and a mentor in mediation courses at several tertiary institutions.
3. mainland and Macao invited lecturers.
Venue: Shenzhen Qianhai or other locations (specific location to be determined)
Teaching language: Putonghua
Tuition fee (including teaching materials): RMB 12500 yuan.
Qualification: Bachelor degree or above. The student should submit a copy of his academic credentials when applying.
1. the upper limit of this course is 36. Deadline for application is October 30, 2015 (Friday).
2. Please fill in the application form and submit a copy of the certificate to the Secretariat of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Federation of Commercial Mediation, and pay in accordance with the payment requirements.
3. If the applicant fails to attend the course, he or she shall notify the Secretariat of the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Federation of Commercial Mediation in writing at least 10 working days before the course is held. The Secretariat will refund 50% of the course fees. If the person concerned fails to notify the Secretariat of the alliance at the above time limit, the cost of the course will not be refunded.
To ensure your training qualifications, the training fee of RMB 12,500 should be remitted to one of the members of the Alliance by October 30, 2015.
Account Name: Shenzhen foreign capital enterprise management training center
Account number: 744101018260007634
Bank: CITIC Bank Shenzhen branch business department
Please note "student name + training fee for commercial mediation" in the voucher. After payment, please send the credential to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 0755-82468573. If there is no special requirement, the training will be issued by Shenzhen Foreign-funded Enterprise Management Training Center to pay students the name of the "training fee" invoice.
You are welcome to sign up.
If you have any questions, please contact the Shenzhen international arbitration court or the Secretariat of the business conciliation union of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.
Contact: Ms. Zhou Juan
Telephone: 0755 - 83501708 13823287856
Fax: 0755- 82468574 82468591
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Application form for commercial mediation training
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