I gained a real insight into how mediation can work and how to be a mediator. Great course. Helpful staff. Worth the money.
'I would highly recommend the mediation accreditation course offered by Phoenix Dispute Solutions Ltd. It was a very interesting and challenging 5 days and it has opened my eyes to the world of mediation and I am looking forward to promoting my mediation practice. The administrative support provided during the course was faultless'
“I am most impressed by the quality of the course content, the trainer, the administrative support and the ease and promptness at which the company was able to adapt this training to a virtual one. Very well done to them as I am totally convinced and comfortable with virtual learning from henceforth. It has been a very good experience and the scepticism I initially exhibited regarding online training has completely been dissipated.”
'I was very impressed by the Phoenix Dispute Solutions’ course delivery. The level of attention given to ensuring customer satisfaction was excellent. The course delivery and materials were efficient, relevant and user-friendly. I would certainly recommend Phoenix'
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