Tulsa, OK is looking for community volunteers to help in the Early Settlement Mediation program. They need local residents who would like to serve as a volunteer for the court system as mediators who are trained to settle lawsuits and disputes. The program will be sponsored by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and the City of Tulsa Municipal Court.
The Early Settlement Mediation program will handle cases such as real estate, merchant/consumer, tenant/landlord, family, individuals with disabilities education act, divorce, adult guardianship, and child permanency.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the mediator program, you can email email@example.com to get an application. Once you have completed your application, you can submit it back by email or by postal mail to Early Settlement, 600 Civic Center, Suite 108 Police-Courts Building Tulsa, OK 74103.
You will also have to have your application in before February 12, 2013. There will be periodic trainings for Divorce and Family Mediation; however, it is required that you have this training prior to mediation. Trainings provided by the court system will be free for those who are chosen to be mediators for the program and who can make a commitment to volunteer.
Training for 2013 will be March 20, 21, and 22, 2013. And, you have to attend all three trainings and each orientation. If you need a step up on pre-training, you can visit the Mediation Institute of Tulsa. They offer an array of conflict resolution services that will qualify you for any court system in Oklahoma.
The Mediation Institute of Tulsa is the only mediation facility in Oklahoma with offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Outlying counties are also included in the areas scheduling so you can use the institute whether you are local or not. The Mediation Institute of Tulsa also hosts short training classes for mediations in conflict resolution skills. You can attend the institute from either the Tulsa location or the Oklahoma City location every quarter.