Eighteen trainees from Gypsy, Irish Traveller and Roma communities were presented with certificates by Marcos Andrade
Project Manager ROMED, Ian Naysmith Department of Communities and Local Government and Keith Whitmore, President of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities. The trainees participated in two residential sessions totalling six days, and also completed an assignment. A further six trainees were unable to attend the final session, but we recognise their contributions and hope it will be possible to include them in future training.
ACERT hopes to make the case for a future course and any Community members wishing to participate can express interest by following this link. The training is intended for community members whose work (paid or voluntary) includes mediation.
Thank you to all who contributed to this important initiative.