If no, section 3.3 of the Standards states that a mediator that has not met the 25 hours of practice requirements can still maintain their accreditation if they have conducted at least 10 hours of practice and attend such supplementary training, coaching and/or assessment as deemed necessary by their Recognised Mediation Accreditation Body (RMAB), in this case Resolution Institute. If you have conducted less than 25 hours of practice, please contact us to discuss your options >>
If no, you are currently ineligible to renew your NMAS accreditation. Resolution Institute has resources available which can help you satisfy the Standards' CPD requirements, please contact us to discuss in more detail >>
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If no, you are currently ineligible to renew your NMAS accreditation. Resolution Institute offers an eligible ethical code and complaints handling mechanism as part of our professional membership >>
If no, you are currently ineligible to renew your NMAS accreditation. If you are a Professional or Fellow member with Resolution Institute please sign up to our member only policy >>
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The National Standards require that applicants for national accreditation must comply with; the Approval and Practice Standards, any relevant legislation, professional standards or other requirements that may relate to them. Applicants must also disclose any disqualifications, criminal conviction, impairments, or refusal, cancellation or suspension of NMAS accreditation (as detailed below).
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If any of the above remains unchecked, please provide disclosures and relevant information.
Membership and MSB registration fee
The MSB requires a registration fee of $100 (inc. GST) payable at the time of accreditation or re-accreditation, and, payable at each subsequent biennial re-accreditation.
If you are not a Fellow or Professional member of Resolution Institute, there is an additional $88 administration fee. ($188 total).
This additional $88 fee is also charged on applications we receive where, the applicants employer, or RMAB membership, provides a relevant ethical code of conduct or standard, and a complaints and disciplinary procedure to address complaints against mediators. (e.g. Fair Work Ombudsman, Fair Work Commission).
If you are a member with another RMAB, you should contact your RMAB directly regarding re-accreditation.
If you are a member of another compliant RMAB or organisation, please provide proof of your membership in PDF form below.
The National Standards require that applicants for national accreditation provide the RMAB with evidence of their current status in respect of their professional indemnity insurance or have statutory immunity.
Note: Resolution Institute offers a competitively priced, combined professional indemnity and public liability insurance. To view and apply for the policy, please go to: www.resolution.institute/membership/type/pi-pl-insurance
Professional Indemnity insurance:
Name of insurance provider:
Expiry date of policy:
Employment cover or statutory immunity:
Name/type of employment cover or immunity:
Please include proof and details below:
Evidence of practice
Please attach the "Practice hours" form. If you have not already done so, please download a copy here >>
Evidence of continuing professional development
Please attach the "CPD eligibility" form. If you have not already done so, please download a copy here >>