PEM ADR Course opens on Saturday
PEM ADR Course opens on Saturday
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The Gamey and Gamey ADR Institute will tomorrow, begin its 2018 Professional Executive Master (PEM) of ADR Course.

It is one of the prestigious Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) training programmes in Africa.

This year’s course, which is being patronised by participants from a diverse professional background, is aimed at equipping ADR practitioners and other professionals with quality mediation and arbitration skills.

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As part of the event, which is slated to take place at the Organization of Africa Trade Union Unity (OATUU) North Dzorwulu on 24th February 2018 at 9 am, the 2017 batch of students would be graduated.

This follows their successful completion of the course and project work at the Institute affiliated to the University of Virgin Islands (UVI-PULSE).

The PEM ADR Course has been designed to benefit Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioners, legal practitioners, human resource management practitioners, land, estate and survey, procurement professionals, finance and banking professionals, corporate executives, religious leaders, security officers, chiefs and community leaders, counselors, educationists, public and private regulatory officers and other professionals.

Also, the course is fashioned to create opportunities for the development of high-quality ADR professionals as well as to train participants in Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness to help build strong and diverse leaders capable of responding to the growing leadership challenges and compelling needs of communities and businesses in Africa.

The programme is to train participants to assume impartial leadership roles through the effective application of essential skill set in the handling and management of disputes from a diverse field of endeavour.

It aims at building the capacity of the participants to successfully apply the skills in the resolution of disputes through the use of negotiation, mediation, arbitration and related mechanisms as well as the PULSE Conversation Framework and Appreciative Inquiry.

By ADR Daily Newsdesk

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