Training – Mediation practice in schools


Mediation practice in schools


Mediation practice is inspired by the values and principles of Restorative Justice, a world-wide social movement whose objective is the institutionalization of peaceful approaches to address harm, solve problems, and uphold legal and human rights. Simply put, Restorative Justice aspires to repair the harm that results from crime and wrongdoing by enabling all those affected by it – those who are harmed, the wrongdoers, and the wider community – to jointly develop a resolution. This often involves bringing parties face-to-face, even in cases involving extremely serious crimes. People who have stolen, defaced property, burned buildings, abused others, even murdered, will get the chance to meet with those they have harmed.


This course wants participants to:

  • Achieve skills, which will enable them to successfully manage everyday crisis situations by conscious communication
  • Learn psychological, social psychology, communication, androgological, trainer skills
  • Mediation methods necessary to mediate between the conflict parties during the teachers’ work


Our courses, developed in the framework established by the Erasmus+ Programme, are crafted to include both formal and non-formal education methodologies. Starting with a theoretical approach to the theme of the course, we proceed with non-formal learning strategies in order to guarantee and stimulate an active contribution from the participants involved. In practice, we use: Presentations; Analysis of study cases; Discussions in the classroom; Role-plays; Technical visits to local private and public institutions; Conferences with local professionals to exchange good practices; Job shadowing experiences; Workshops to rethink old practices and introduce new ones.


We will hand out:​

  • Certificate of attendance, which will include title of course, main training content and dates;
  • Europass Mobility certificates issued by your NA and signed by us.

Dates & Locations

On demand


Location: Budapest, Hungary


  • Day 1 – Arrival
    • Participants will be transferred from the airport to the accommodation in Budapest
    • Get to know each other and welcome dinner
  • Day 2 – Objectives and methodology
    • Introduction to the conceptual and methodological knowledge and methods of the training
    • Learning psychological, social psychology, communication, androgological, trainer skills
  • Day 3 – Peer mediation
    • Pupils are mediating conflicts between other pupils.
    • Discussing their own experiences
    • Best practices
    • Guided city tour
  • Day 4 – Adult-led mediation
    • Mediation supportive adults mediate conflicts between pupils
    • Discussing their own experiences
    • Best practices
    • Cultural activities
  • Day 5 – Pupil – adult mediation
    • Conflicts between pupils and teachers have been mediated successfully
    • Discussing their own experiences
    • Best practices
    • Cultural activities
  • Day 6 – Workshop
    • Technical visits to local private and / or public institutions.
    • Final evaluations
    • Delivery of Certificates
  • Day 7 – Departure
    • Departure of participants

Training fee: 490 EUR/participant. The fee includes participation fee, training materials, stationery.
The fee does not include travel, accommodation and meals.
All costs can be funded from Erasmus+ KA1 grants.

For further information please contact us!