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Reinstatement of NMAS accreditation

Prerequisites for reinstatement of NMAS accreditation

Have you:

Lapsed accreditation
Leave of absence
Suspended accreditation

If no, you are currently ineligible to reinstate your NMAS accreditation.

Yes
No

If no, section 3.3 of the Standards states that a mediator that has not met the 25 hours of practice requirements can still reinstate 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 >>

Yes
No

If no, you are currently ineligible to reinstate 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 >>

Do you have:

Yes
No

If no, you are currently ineligible to reinstate your NMAS accreditation. Resolution Institute offers an eligible ethical code and complaints handling mechanism as part of our professional membership >>

Yes
No

If no, you are currently ineligible to reinstate your NMAS accreditation. If you are a Professional or Fellow member with Resolution Institute please sign up to our member only policy >>

Yes
No

If no, you are currently ineligible to reinstate your NMAS accreditation.

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