Better Place Australia RMAB
Better Place Australia RMAB
Better Place Australia is a Recognised Mediation Accreditation Body (RMAB) with the Mediator Standards Board. The National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) provides a minimum level of standards of training and assessment for mediators.
Better Place Australia is registered to accredit new mediators under the NMAS or renew accreditation. You can complete a course such as Better Place Australia Training’s Accredited Mediator course or apply via alternate entry where you need to provide evidence of competency with the approval and practice standards.
Why choose Better Place Australia Training?
Better Place Australia Training offers a 5 day mediation training program which meets the NMAS training requirements and provides a skills assessment to allow you to be registered as an Accredited Mediator.
Once you have completed the Accredited Mediator course offered by Better Place Australia Training and assessment you can apply to be registered as a mediator.
Better Place Australia also offers Continuing Professional Development workshops to maintain your skills and to learn new ones that meet the ongoing CPD requirements under NMAS. Find out more about the current courses we offer.
Completion of the Accredited Mediator course provides the opportunity to undertake further study by completing the Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution. Better Place Australia offers a Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution in partnership with Chisholm. Family dispute resolution practitioners provide services and interventions for families experiencing high levels of relationship conflict where clients may be involved in the family law system. Graduates apply to the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department for registration as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.
What our students say
“The practical aspect of the training with the role plays was the greatest learning for me. Best training I have attended from the learning aspect – very suited to my learning style. Well done to the trainers.” Leanne
“The level of engagement offered, and the willingness to treat the participants as skilled in their own areas was refreshing. Engagement of trainers with participants was excellent. The contrast in styles between the trainers provided a good model for the variability in how to mediate.” Ian
“Both instructors were highly credible and enthusiastic. They went to great effort explaining mediation best practice and were highly supportive of the course participants. This is an outstanding course (that) has equipped me with a wide range of new skills that I can put into practice in my occupation.” Richard
Further information on the NMAS, the Approval Standards, the Practice Standards and RMABs is available on the MSB website.