Thank you for signing up to register for our My Florida Mediator course. You should receive a confirmation email from us within two business days.  If you don't receive confirmation timely or have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.  Registration is not confirmed until you receive an email confirmation directly from My Florida Mediator.

When you receive our confirmation email, kindly review your contact information and let us know of any necessary corrections or updates.  We will confirm with you on the first day of the course that our records reflect your correct contact information in order to ensure that, upon successful completion of the course, we provide the Florida Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Center with your correct information.


The Florida Supreme Court has established specific requirements for mediator certification which can be found at How to Become a Certified Mediator.  While there are some exceptions for individuals with a bachelor's degree, the requirements generally provide that a Master's Degree or higher is needed.  Degrees such as M.A, M.S., Ph.D., J.D., M.D., Ed.D., LL.M from accredited institutions around the world are generally accepted regardless of the specific area of study. If you have not already done so, we highly recommend you review the specific mediator certification requirements for the area of certification you desire and confirm your eligibility for certification asap.


For our mediation certification courses, we typically make course materials available online about one to three weeks before the course begins. In addition, we provide a hard copy of all required course materials which you should receive on the first day of class.  You are welcome to download all online mediation training materials we provide to you; however, we ask that you not publish or distribute the materials outside your office. 

In our mediation certification courses, there is required reading which must be completed before you receive your course certificate.  However, course participants are not required to pass a written test in order to successfully complete the course.  Click her to learn more about Completing a Mediator Certification Course.


My Florida Mediator and Continuing Education, Inc. do not discriminate against persons on the basis of disability and seek to accommodate, to the extent possible, the special needs of persons with disabilities. Special medical, physical or other requirements must be identified at the time of registration.


Please feel free to contact us if you have any special needs, questions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you in one of our upcoming courses and hope you'll contact us if we can be of any further assistance before the course begins.​  Our contact information can be found at the top of this page.