(16/10/2023) | The Airlangga Law Center (ALC) Unit of the Faculty of Law, Airlangga University (FH UNAIR) has proposed the prerequisites to become a Non-Judge Mediator Training Organizing Institution within FH UNAIR. The application for the prerequisites to become a Non-Judge Mediator Training Organizing Institution was verified directly by the Supreme Court (MA) Verification Team led by the Head of the Legal Division of the Supreme Court, Irwan Rosady.
The Director of ALC, Dian Purnama Anugerah, revealed that the verification of ALC FH UNAIR as one of the Institutions Organizing Non-Judge Mediator Training aims to simplify and speed up the resolution of cases as regulated in Supreme Court Decree Number 117 of 2018. ALC FH UNAIR has officially become an Institution Organizer of the 26th Non-Judge Mediator Training, verified by the Supreme Court.
Verification is carried out by checking the completeness of the documents that the ALC FH UNAIR team has prepared. These documents include the curriculum, documents establishing the ALC (Alternative Dispute Resolution Learning Center), as well as the infrastructure that will be used to carry out mediator training. The MA Verification Team also checked several existing infrastructures at ALC FH UNAIR to ensure that the facilities provided met the specified standards.
“During this visit, the verification team from the Supreme Court checked two main documents, namely the curriculum that will be used in mediator training and the qualifications of the instructors who will become trainers,” said Dian.
After the documents have been verified, the next step is the issuance of a Decree (SK) by the Chairman of the Supreme Court regarding the Institution for Organizing Non-Judge Mediators at FH UNAIR. Then, there will be training for prospective mediators by certified instructors. ALC FH UNAIR instructors must have a certificate and experience working with accredited institutions at least twice. This is done to ensure the quality of mediator training that ALC FH UNAIR will provide.
The visit made by the MA team to FH UNAIR was an essential step in ensuring that the Non-Judge Mediator Training Organizing Institution at FH UNAIR could operate following the standards set by the MA. In this way, resolving cases through mediators can be more efficient and effective and benefit society and the justice system.