Dispute Resolution Training
Henning Mediation & Arbitration meets all of your training needs for Dispute Resolution.
Henning offers training in several areas of mediation and arbitration expertise. We offer training courses in Dispute Resolution for individual lawyers, claims representatives, human resource professionals, managers, and others through regularly scheduled training courses open to the public. We can also provide custom designed training courses for law firms, insurance companies, corporations, and governmental agencies that have multiple people in need of training.
With over 20 years of experience, our trainers are experienced mediators, arbitrators, lawyers, and educators who have provided training locally and nationally.
Henning's training program complies with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution's (GODR) guidelines that are required in order to register as a Neutral in the state of Georgia.
Participants will learn how to mediate a variety of disputes including employment, business, and personal injury.
This is a 3.5 day course for those who want to be mediators, as well as for those who want to learn how to effectively represent clients in mediation.
This is a 1.5 day class designed to satisfy Georgia’s requirement that those who want to register as a mediator must observe 5 mediations conducted by experienced mediators prior to registration and after completion of the Civil Mediation training.
- December 12 - 15
- January 16 - 19
- February 6 - 9
- March 13 - 16
- April 10 - 13
- May 8 - 11
- June 12 - 15
- July 24 - 27
- August 21 - 24
- December 15 - 16
- January 19 - 20
- February 9 - 10
- March 16 - 17
- April 13 - 14
- May 11 - 12
- June 15 - 16
- July 27 - 28
- August 24 - 25
You will learn state and federal arbitration law, arbitration procedure, how to draft arbitration awards, arbitrator skills, ethics, and arbitration advocacy.
This course is a one day course for those who want to become arbitrators, as well as attorneys who represent clients in arbitration. You will learn state and federal arbitration law, arbitration procedure, how to draft arbitration awards, arbitrator skills, ethics, and arbitration advocacy. This course is designed to meet the training requirement for Georgia arbitrator registration.
- November 28
- January 31
- February 12
- March 21
- May 16
- July 17
In addition to learning about the mediation process and techniques, participants will receive instruction in family law, use of the Child Support calculator, financial issues, ethics, parenting plan guidelines and domestic violence.
The Civil Mediation & Practicum courses are prerequisites to the Divorce Mediation classes.
This is a 5 day course for those who want to mediate cases involving divorce, custody, and other family law issues.
This is a 1.5 day course that is designed to meet the observation and co-mediation requirements for registration as a domestic mediator in Georgia.
- January 23 - 27
- March 6 - 10
- May 1 - 5
- June 19 - 23
- August 14 - 18
- November 29 - 30
- February 1 - 2
- March 22 - 23
- May 17 - 18
- July 18 - 19
Meet Our Instructor
Patricia A. Siuta
Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. Pat has also trained several thousand people as mediators and arbitrators, including judges, lawyers, and professionals from many different countries. Most of the mediators and arbitrators at Henning were trained by Pat. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms. She has mediated or arbitrated cases in many subject areas including personal injury, premises liability, wrongful death, product liability, business, commercial, employment, consumer, construction, civil rights, professional malpractice, real estate, environmental, probate, intellectual property, divorce, and complex domestic relations matters. Pat has resolved several high-level disputes at the Pentagon, and mediated numerous cases involving governmental agencies.
Early Registration is strongly advised as class size is limited. We can not accommodate those who have not registered in advance of class date.
These training courses have been approved for CLE credit by the State Bar of Georgia and the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.
If notice of cancellation is given seven (7) days in advance of the scheduled training your payment can be refunded. No refund will be given for cancellations occurring within seven (7) days of the training. You may reschedule to another training date at no additional charge.
Georgia Commission On Dispute Resolution
The Civil and Divorce Mediation, Mediation and Divorce Practicum and Arbitration courses have been approved by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and meet the training and observation requirement for registration as a neutral. It should be noted that the fact that a training program has been approved by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution does not imply that any particular court annexed or court referred program must or will accept as neutrals those who have completed that program. Each local court program is expected to exercise its discretion with reference to the qualifications of each neutral and may inquire into the training received by such neutral. Completion of a state-approved program does not automatically qualify one as a neutral in any local program.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
All of Henning's Dispute Resolution courses have been approved for CLE credit in Georgia. Because professionals other than attorneys will also be attending the training, the CLE fee for attorneys who want such credit is listed separately. When registering for a course, Georgia attorneys should specify whether they want CLE credit and, if so, add the CLE fee to the tuition.