Undertake continual professional development to meet your NMAS and FDRP accreditation requirements.
Continuing Professional Development – Online
Wednesday 20 August (5.00 – 6.30pm AEST)
Speciality session: Mediation practice in Regional Australia: how it works.
Presenter: Megan Lewis, facilitated by Linda …read more
The Australian Mediation Association is proud to present again Nicola Hartfield and Professor Philip Green.
They have presented on these topics throughout New Zealand, to the Law Society of NSW, the Australian Mediation Association, Bond University and in April 2014 …read more
The government says it is committed to establishing a Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman “with real power”.
It has now released a discussion paper on establishing such an ombudsman.
The Minister for Small Business, Bruce Billson, said the idea …read more
The Australian Small Business Commissioner will be replaced by a Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, which will act as a “concierge for dispute resolution”.
The federal government has allocated $8 million over four years to establish the ombudsman, with …read more
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has claimed it would deliver on the first stage of changes to streamline and accelerate its dispute resolution process by June of this year with rolling improvements to be implemented until July 2015.
Earlier this …read more
The Australian Mediation Association is offering its superior quality, highly skilled training curriculum fully online and on demand!
This is a premier opportunity to learn from some of the best in the conflict prevention and resolution training industry.
Through the …read more
Please remember that Insurance is compulsory for National Accreditation and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners. Policy renewal reminders for AMA members are currently being sent.
We have now deployed a more friendly service online which will ensure that your policy is …read more
Welcome to the Australian Mediation Association (AMA) your Resolution Experts. The AMA is a group of Mediators and conflict resolution practitioners who provide private mediation services, consulting services, and education in mediation, communication and negotiation, to help businesses and individuals avoid disputes through planning and to resolve disputes through mediation.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has become a widely used set of processes that continues to grow as a means of resolving even the most complex, high stakes cases. Through a combination of the expertise of our distinguished mediators and associates and effective business practices, we have set the standard for ADR providers nationwide.
The AMA is focused on facilitating highly professional, diplomatic and responsive interventions that achieve successful outcomes for all parties involved.