For Conflict Resolution Professionals

Are you practicing mediator looking to become a Registered Roster Mediator (RRM) or newly trained and wanting to become an  Associate Mediator with us? Or, are you already on our Roster? 

Welcome, all! 

Here, you will find information and resources about being a mediator and conflict resolution professional.  


Becoming a Mediator

If you are interested in becoming a conflict resolution professional and a mediator, take a look at some key background information. 

Admissions Criteria

Mediate BC manages the credentials of the Registered Roster Mediator (RRM) and Associate Mediators. We set training and experience standards for admission, as well as ongoing education requirements for maintaining roster status, Standards of Conduct, and a Complaint Process. 

Mediator Resources

If you are starting a conflict resolution practice or are adding mediation to your service offerings, take a look at some resources that may be helpful. Some are practice guidelines and best practices, others are organizations that have additional resources and can support your practice. 

RRMs and Associate Mediators

Continuing Professional Development

To maintain your Mediate BC roster status, you must complete annual education requirements, adhere to our Standards of Conduct and Complaint Process. See here for more information on the CPD requirement and what types of activities can count. 

Mediator Hub

Roster mediators can renew your roster status, update your profile information, apply for specialized designations and more here. 

You will need to login to your account to see these options.

Contact Us

Our team is happy to assist you.