Continuing Education and Engagement
The Chartered Mediator and Qualified Mediator designations are nationally recognized levels of achievement signifying a practitioner meets specific professional criteria, keeps current in the field, and adheres to a professional Code of Ethics. Provincially and nationally, it represents both an achievement and a responsibility for the individual practitioner. It also reflects a conviction that the professional practice of mediation can safeguard the interests of the parties and the general public.
As of January 1, 2009 holders of C.Med and Q.Med designations are required to document their education and engagement activities in the field on the provided reporting form and return the reporting form only by January 1, 2012, or three years from the date the designation is granted. The Instruction Form contains the points awarded for a comprehensive list of activities.
Practitioners holding the Qualified Mediator designation are required to acquire 60 points over a three year time period beginning January 1, 2009.
Practitioners holding the Chartered Mediator designation are required to acquire 100 points over a three year time period beginning January 1, 2009.
C.Med Reporting Form (Word doc format: If it does not immediately open for you, you must download and save to your computer, then open to be read.)