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Thank you for your interest in training provided by the ADR Bureau.

Given the ongoing pandemic and concerns for public health, we are meeting social distancing requirements by offering online training for small groups in highly interactive sessions.

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ADR Coordinator Training
This is an INTERACTIVE online workshop; to participate most effectively, you will need strong, adequate Wi-Fi with a camera and microphone on your computer.  At a minimum, if you don’t have a microphone, you will also need to call into the workshop, so you may speak with your colleagues and groupmates.  Attendance is limited. 

INTENDED AUDIENCE:  This training is highly recommended for designated ADR Coordinators representing state agencies/entities.  We welcome new ADR Coordinators, as well as those who would like a refresher course.  Come and learn about the new ADR services in State Government!

TRAINING:  This training will help you understand:
*your role as the designated ADR Coordinator for your agency 
*the importance of your formal agency designation
*what the term "ADR" entails
*the benefits of mediation AND 
*how to make effective ADR assessments and service requests 

Participants will be introduced to:
*the mediation process
*program resources AND
*administrative requirements such as confidentiality, forms, record keeping and quarterly reports

WHEN: Wednesday,  April 7, 2021 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm; short breaks will be given throughout the workshop) 

PRESENTERS:  April McClellan & Stefanie Ortega of the ADR Bureau
Date:Wednesday, April 7, 2021 - Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Time:9:00 AM - 12:00 PM