If you do have a concern or a complaint, our procedure has a simple 3 Step Process.
Step 1 - Please contact your mediator and raise your concern. You can do this either orally,
or in writing, however, we suggest that you do it writing so that if you don't feel that your
mediator has been able to resolve the matter for you, then moving to Step 2 is much easier.
- If you don't feel your complaint has been satisfactorily resolved then please
contact Howard Nulty. Howard is a qualified mediator himself and his personal email is
Howard will need you to give him the following details:
- Your name and full contact details
- The name of your mediator
- The date of your mediation
- Any previous correspondence with the mediator (as per Step 1)
- A clear description of your concerns (if not covered above)
- Details of any suggestions or ideas you may have as to how the problem could be resolved
- Any other relevant documents which might assist in addressing the issue
Howard will then contact you in response within seven working days of receipt of your
Within twenty one working days, we will contact you with the results of our investigations and
proposals which we recommend to resolve the issue.
In the event that you are dissatisfied with our response, we will refer you to Step 3.
- This is where the appropriate professional body will take over your complaint.
In the case of civil and commercial mediations this will be the civil and commercial professional
the Civil Mediation Council (CMC).
The process here is simple - the CMC maintains a panel of experienced mediators to resolve
complaints that have not been satisfactorily resolved in Steps 1 and 2 above.
The procedure for using the scheme begins by making contact with the CMC Registrar at email@example.com
who will establish (1) that the complaint is about a member; and (2) that the complaint has been
thorough and exhausted the member’s own complaints process. The Registrar will then organise a
mediation under the CMC Complaints Resolution Service.