The Gamey and Gamey ADR Institute has launched its 2022 Professional Executive Master of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (PEM-ADR) training programme with an enriched course content to advance ADR practice in the country.
As the longest running high level ADR training programme in Africa, the 31 week course, which starts on January 29, 2022, would train participants from diverse fields to become professional Negotiators, Mediators, Arbitrators and Counsellors.
The 2022 course content covers a wide range of areas including the negotiation, mediation and arbitration of banking & finance, procurement, corporate governance, labour, land, youth, school and marital disputes, among others.
In addition, the course would be trained on quality leadership and organisational effectiveness, principled negotiation and implementation of Collective Agreement, application of the Labour Act, as well as listening and speaking skills to prevent conflicts.
It will also be characterised with various simulation exercises for the participants to develop the required practical skills.
The course is open to all professionals including senior public servants, lawyers, human resource and industrial relations managers, labour union leaders, school administrators, finance managers and bankers, land administrators, court clerks, traditional leaders, security officers, counsellors, the clergy, media practitioners and law students.
The training, which would be held at the Gamey Apex Leadership Centre in Tema Community 26, would also be conducted online concurrently through the Institute’s virtual platform to enable trainees out of Accra and Tema to participate.
Launching the 2022 course, Mr. Austin Gamey, Chief Executive Officer of Gamey and Gamey Group, assured prospective participants of quality learning experience to enable them to develop their capacity for professional ADR practice.
Since its inception 18 years ago, the Institute has trained over 600 participants with varied professional backgrounds in engineering, health, law, banking and finance, education, agriculture, journalism, security, religion, tradition, accounting, unionism and human resource management, among others.
By Edmund Mingle/www.adrdaily.com