One of the key requirements of the National Mediator Accreditation System Approval Standards is for a practitioner to become and remain a member of an organisation with a relevant ethical code and a complaints procedure that can address concerns raised against a mediator.

Benefits of membership

By becoming a member of NTADR you will:

  • receive regular updates about our charitable activities;
  • be invited to participate in the NTADR Virtual Community of Practice;
  • receive discounts on professional development workshops and events;
  • have the opportunity to partner with the NTADR Virtual Teaching Platform;

Who can apply for membership

NTADR offers new, emerging and experienced dispute resolution practitioners a professional membership service.  We also welcome membership applications from students and people who have an interest in alternative dispute resolution.

Cost of membership

We are proud to offer dispute resolution practitioners a free membership service.

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