Video Assessment: Sydney 22 March 2019
22 March 2019
Resolution Institute conducts video assessments of candidates who wish to apply for mediation accreditation under the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS). Our assessments are in compliance with the NMAS standards.
As part of your assessment process you will be provided with a role play scenario, in which you will play the role of a mediator. The session must be 1.5-2 hours long and is video recorded. You must also provide a self-assessment within 24 hours of completion of your role play. An independent assessor will then consider your video recording and self-assessment to determine whether you have 'demonstrated competency’ or ‘not yet demonstrated competency’.
We offer three session times for each video assessment date. Please indicate your preferred time in the registration form. However, slots will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
Frequently asked questions
Am I eligible to take the assessment?
In order to be eligible for assessment, you need to have completed either,
- a 38 hour Resolution Institute mediation training course or
- any other training that meets the requirements of Part II Section 2.2 of the NMAS Standards.
You will be asked to attach your certification of completion of training when you register.
What happens if I am unable to attend the session?
We allow transfers, cancellations or substitutions of candidates for a fee. For further information, please refer to our terms & conditions.
When will I receive my role play scenario?
What happens in the event of a technical failure?
We take every care to ensure that the video assessment process is run efficiently and professionally. On rare occasions due to unforeseeable technical problems, the recording may fail. In this case, we will invite you to complete another video at no additional fee. Resolution Institute will make every effort to organise this at a time suitable to you.
How do I provide my self-assessment?
Who will assess whether I am competent?
How long after the assessment should I expect to receive my results?
What happens if I fail my assessment?