Virtual Special Education Mediation Training
Special Education Mediation is a voluntary process in where parents of students with disabilities meet with the school district to work out differences in an unbiased manner. Both parties must agree to participate. The mediator helps the participants listen to one another's views, and then helps them develop mutually satisfactory solutions. During the course, participants will learn the how to effectively do the following:
Master the mediation process and ethics;
Understand federal education laws and state regulations;
Identify the various stages of IEP process and the issues that can be addressed in mediation
Understand the various documents that can be presented at an IEP mediation;
Understand how IEPs and 504 plans are developed; and
Build a successful mediation practice.
To register to complete the virtual special education mediation training, participants must have the following:
Computer (no phone or tablets);
Videocam and microphone and
High-speed, secure internet (no public WIFI, no hotspots)
What types of cases can I mediate with this training?
Participants will learn how to successfully mediate conflict stemming from IEPs, 504 Plans, and other special education issues.
Course Registration Information
Training Dates: September 12-14, 2022 (Fall)
Location: Virtually via Live Webinar
New students, please use the form below. Once you complete the form, you will be invited to the Student Portal so that you can complete your payment for the course. If you have already completed a course with ADR, please log into your student portal to register.