Bristol Mediation has spaces available on its next mediation training course which starts on 10th January. These spaces are free in return for a voluntary commitment of 2 years (95 hours per year).
If you have a passion for equalities issues, are keen to help those affected by discrmination, hate and conflict in Bristol and can make a two year commitment to working with people in neighbourhoods and communities we can offer this valuable training free of charge to you and help you develop as a community mediator.
This foundation course helps you learn transferrable conflict management techniaques that can also benefit your community, home life, workpalce or other groups that you may work for/be associated with.
We are particualry inteested in hearing from groups that are currently underrepresented within our organisation including: those from BAME communities including Eastern European, Persian, Middle Eastern; or those from LGBT+ communities, or individuals who consider themselves disabled or people living in Hartcliffe, Withywood, Bishopsworth, Hengrove, Sea Mills, Avonmouth Shirehampton, Brentry, lawrence Weston and Hillfieds and Fishponds. However if this was of interest and you do not fit into any of these priority groups if spaces are not filled on the training we would consider your application.
The training takes place over 6 days - 10th, 11th, 12th, 17th, 18th and 19th January from 9.15 for a 9.30am start until 4.30 each day which will be in Easton Bristol. if you would like to apply please fill in the attached application form and equalities form and return this to us at email@example.com. Closing date for application is 5.30pm on Friday 5th January 2018.
For further information please call Jules Cox, Director, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 up to 22nd December and then from 2nd January, Ishshah Fleming, Volunteer Manager on 0117 9415379.