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Conflict management helps parties resolve their differences without resorting to a more confrontational adjudicative process. Based on mutual agreement, Conflict Management is timely and confidential. It promotes healing, as the needs, interests and solutions are identified. Conflict Management is designed to yield solutions that are adapted to the particular circumstances of individual cases and focuses on solving problems rather than imposing solutions. Since 1987, Continuing Studies at Western has delivered leading edge training in conflict management skills. Using proven techniques and strategies, we offer a broad range of conflict management courses that enable you to develop in-depth understanding and skills applicable in virtually any situation.
Leaders and managers
For 20 years, leaders from a variety of business types and industries have attended our courses. This includes human resource professionals, line supervisors, team leaders, teachers, trainers, counsellors, lawyers and anyone interested in adding this unique and valuable skill set to their current roles.
Conflicts and disputes arise in all industries. You might be a young professional looking for a leg-up on the competition, or maybe you’re a seasoned veteran seeking to take your career to a new level. Skills in conflict management can complement any career focus and give you a marketable advantage over others seeking the same advancement.
Our instructors are expert and experienced mediators, facilitators and negotiators. More importantly, they know how to share their knowledge and expertise in ways that will allow you to build your own knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence. Our skill-building curriculum is designed to enable you to learn and understand the theory and concepts of conflict management, and then apply them in increasingly complex scenarios and simulations. Real world applications and examples enable you to use the skills and knowledge from our program in virtually any situation in which you want to achieve a win-win solution.
Our small class sizes provide countless opportunities to interact and network with classmates, and to share and learn from each other’s experiences. There are numerous opportunities built into the curriculum for you to practise and apply the concepts and techniques. Individual coaching and feedback enable you to develop your skills and confidence in conflict management.
To be awarded the Professional Certificate in Conflict Management: Alternative Dispute Resolution, you must successfully complete two required courses and a total of at least 112 hours of instruction from our selection of additional conflict management courses. Successful completion of a course is achieved by attending 100% of instructional hours.
Track your progress in the program. Have your courses automatically applied towards your professional certificate program.
A maximum of 35 hours of courses completed somewhere other than Western Continuing Studies may be accepted towards advanced or optional course requirements for the Professional Certificate in Conflict Management: Alternate Dispute Resolution.
|Course||Course #||Delivery Options||Prereqs||Availability|
|Collaborative Conflict Resolution||ADRN6201||Two Day Workshop||N||Available|
|ADR: Theoretical Perspectives||ADRN6281||Online||Y||Available|
|Elective CoursesChoose courses to total at least 112 hours of instruction:|
|Communicating in Conflict||ADRN6202||Two Day Workshop||N||Available|
|Negotiation Skills and Processes||ADRN6203||Workshop||Y||Available|
|Mediation Skills and Processes||ADRN6204||Workshop||Y||Available|
|Facilitation Processes: Building Consensus and Creating Engagement||ADRN6206||Workshop||N||Available|
|Shifting From Positions to Interests||ADRN6207||Y||Not Currently Available|
|Resolving Workplace Conflict||ADRN6210||Workshop||Y||Available|
|Asserting Yourself Under Pressure||ADRN6212||N||Not Currently Available|
|Developing Your Emotional Intelligence||ADRN6213||Workshop||N||Available|