The graduate level Certificate Program in Mediation and Conflict at Hawaii Pacific University provides post-baccalaureate training for professionals, students, and individuals who seek a better understanding of the nature of conflict and appropriate and effective methods to settle disputes in business, professional, personal, and social settings. The program provides training for individuals who require extensive client contact, as well as those who want to develop knowledge in persuasion and negotiation. Graduates will also be able to employ the communication skills necessary for a successful mediation practice. The program entails 180 hours of instruction and supervised practice--far more than any other mediation training provided in the state.
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