Most people who take our mediation training want to receive
continuing education credit, as well as a mediation certificate.
Professionals from all 50 states have received continuing education
credit for taking the Coast To Coast divorce mediation training.
After taking our workshop, most people submit our training schedule
to their association and receive 36 continuing education credits.
Continuing legal education (MCLE) credit is approved for California
attorneys, who receive 36 units for our 40-hour course, including
one unit of legal ethics.
Continuing education units are approved for California MFTs
and LCSWs, who receive 36 units for our 40-hour course.
One of the reasons that our divorce mediation training has been
accepted for continuing education credit throughout the U.S.
and abroad is that it has been approved by the Association for
Conflict Resolution, the only national organization to approve
mediation training. Approval by the ACR is widely accepted by
most professional associations as evidence that a mediation
training meets the highest standards in the profession.
In most states, including California, the state does not certify
or license mediators. In those few states which certify mediators,
being "certified" generally means only that a mediator
qualifies to be on a list for court referrals. Many people who
practice in states with mediation certification opt out of the
certification program, choosing to get clients from sources
other than the courts.
Even though mediation is generally an unlicensed profession,
most of our graduates display their Coast To Coast certificate
where clients can see it. Many of our graduates mention the
fact that they were trained by Coast To Coast in their promotional