What they say about us

  The content, presentation and whole atmosphere was exceptional; I cannot remember a day where I have felt that pupils learnt and gained so much with the help of some highly experienced professionals. It was a real privilege to watch and be a part of it.  Delyth Draper, Wellington College
 

Students say:

  It’s gripped me. I am very interested in mediation now. I want a career that involves mediation.  
  Powerful and invaluable. Mediation should be part of everyone’s education.  
  Throws you right into the deep end and allows you to really understand and opens your eyes to the process of mediation.  
  Very, very useful, with a lot of fun at the same time!!  
  The Training has helped me to learn a lot about myself as well as others’ actions.  
  Brilliant at involving everyone and teaching skills that can be used when trying to create a peaceful atmosphere amongst both colleagues and friends.  
  An excellent, interactive and enjoyable way of learning skills actually useful in everyday life.  
  A great experience from which I learnt skills that I will use for the rest of my life to help others and also inspire them.  
  Mediation has opened my eyes to an alternative to law. It is a satisfying and rewarding method of resolving disputes.  
  A great way to show and inform students on alternatives to the civil courts system.  
  Enlightening, enriching and encaptivating.  
  Provides essential life skills for future life.  
  The role-plays really helped to give an idea of real mediation situations.  
  Was a refreshing, enlightening and fun experience. I would recommend the training to all.  
  The mediation training was extremely beneficial. Not only will this enable me to resolve situations between others, but it will also personally help me resolve any confrontations I may come across.  
  I thought this training was brilliant and would love to do it again.  
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Schools say:

  Truly thought provoking, moving and exciting.  Miss Hayre, Leader of Peer Mediation at Q3 Academy
  A highly successful day was had by all students. Many new skills were learnt and all those involved developed a greater self confidence and a personal understanding of the mediation process.  Farlingaye High School
  An excellent day’s training, thoroughly enjoyed by all our students.  Vicky Storey, Assistant Head Calday Grammar School
  Conflict resolution is a skill for life: Put simply, those that can resolve conflict go further than those who cannot. The LawWorks mediation course is very popular with our lower sixth-formers who recognise the relevance and the empowerment of the skills they learnt in one compact day.  Penny Rowell, Deputy Head, Uppingham School
  The content, presentation and whole atmosphere was exceptional; I cannot remember a day where I have felt that pupils learnt and gained so much with the help of some highly experienced professionals. It was a real privilege to watch and be a part of it.  Delyth Draper, Wellington College
  Jordan came up to me as soon as the session finished and said ‘Sir, we need to have a meeting about this, when are you free?’ Inspiring!  David Maxwell, Assistant Principal The Wellington Academy
  Students left feeling they had added a new life skill to their studies and this now will support their learning in the future and throughout their lives  George Green’s School
  LawWorks provided pupils with some very enthusiastic training on mediation …. they thoroughly enjoyed learning the methods of mediation which they can use not only in school, but in their careers.  Hannah Hackney, Work Related Learning Mentor, Alexandra High School
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Our Mediator Coaches say:

  The content is rich, the varied and lively delivery kept the young people's attention throughout the day and the quality of the role plays was fantastic.  Eve Pienaar CEDR Solve Mediator
  It was an absolute pleasure and privilege to be part of this training. The feedback was not only that they enjoyed the day but learnt a lot which they said would be extremely useful in dealing with conflict issues and more generally. The school intends to implement a peer mediation scheme and now has potential mediators queueing up to be involved. I also picked up a few tips for myself along the way.  Anne Heseltine, Mediator and Governor of Calday Grange Grammar School.
  A powerful reason to do this sharing of Mediation awareness is to realise and witness that the future might indeed be better in the hands of the young people who grasp what is about so easily. They are an excellent resource without the 'benefit' of the life experience and preconceptions older people can struggle with and are simply natural. A must for anyone made cynical or worn out by years of dealing with conflict. A gift and legacy for every Mediator to make.  John Gunner, Head of Mediation and ADR Services at InterMediation
  Being Mediator Coaches is both rewarding and fun. The workshop is excellent; it is well structured and contains lots of interactive exercises. The students simply soak up the principles and relevance of mediated solutions to conflict. There is really clear documentation to help understand and play the role of Mediator Coach; you are supported throughout by the Lead Trainers and we have both felt very valued.  Robert Still & Leye Oladapo, Workplace Mediators with STILL HR
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