The Same Instruction as our Live Practicum
But it's Available Anytime (by appointment) & Anywhere!
Join a cohort from around the country (& world) to learn how to mediate small groups reconcile! We utilize our webinar platform for teaching, and also use our exclusive Coach's Corner, Reconciler Chat and Group Video Chat technologies to provide world-class learning through lecture, demonstration and practicum experience. All the benefits of our live practicums without the travel!
Join the course from the comfort of your home or office. All you need is an internet connection and the ability to use Zoom! You can test your Zoom connection here.
Special Feature of This Online Course
Cohort Resource Page - Always Available!
An integral part of this course experience is your cohort resources page. This is a special page of our website reserved for you and the rest of your cohort. This course is not the firehose experience of many in-person training courses. It is immersive and gives you access to all of these resources on-demand throughout the course and for future reference! You can always come back for a refresher! Your cohort page includes:
Each recorded lesson, including student Q&A from your cohort
All course manuals, resources and handouts
Discussion forums with everyone in your cohort
Opt-in cohort roster to stay in touch with your peers
A terrific reference for you even AFTER the course!
“The most practical training I ever received!”
“The missing piece in my seminary education. This has not only helped me personally, but it will help me to be a better pastor.”
With registration, approximately 4 weeks before the practicum participants will be provided the following resources to begin their learning:
Cultivating Lifestyles of Reconciliation by Ted Kober and Ken Sande
Mediation Practicum Manual
Access to the Cohort Resource Page to begin interacting with your cohort and reflecting on the importance of pre-mediation coaching.
In addition, this course requires that you have previously completed Coaching People to Reconcile (or equivalent).