Yes. At present, there is no uniform regulatory scheme governing the practice of mediation, and, unlike other professions, such as law or medicine, there is no formal licensing or credentialing of mediators. However, the Dispute Resolution Program Act (DRPA) California underlines minimum educational and training standards for mediators. Similarly, different court programs provide their own requirements.
This course complies with all DRPA training requirements including the length of the training and necessary content. It also fulfills training requirements for individual court programs.