Conciliation accreditation

Resolution Institute is the only professional body in Australia that has a formal accreditation for Conciliators. To become an accredited conciliator you must complete an approved Resolution Institute training course, successfully complete an assessment and be a professional or fellow member of Resolution Institute.

Get accredited

Complete a training course

Candidates must hold a certificate of satisfactory completion of:

  • The Resolution Institute Conciliation Accreditation Course (5 day), or
  • The Resolution Institute Accelerated Conciliation Course AND NMAS mediation accreditation or such other workshop approved by Resolution Institute as providing an adequate standard of training for conciliator accreditation.

Complete your assessment

In addition to satisfactory completion of an approved course candidates are required to demonstrate conciliator competence in a reflective assessment.

To retain Resolution Institute accreditation all conciliation practitioners must within each three-year period after initial accreditation, meet the following requirements:

a) Conduct conciliation for periods of no less than 50 hours in total; and

b) Participate in 25 hours of conciliation related professional development

c) Attend one Resolution Institute conciliation masterclass.

Applications for accreditation will commence in 2023.