SIMI Registered Service Provider (SIMI RSP)



Here you will find the Benefits of SIMI RSP, SIMI RSP Application Process, SIMI RSP Fees and the List of SIMI Registered Service Providers

If you wish to become SIMI Accredited Mediator Level 2 or SIMI Accredited Mediator Level 3, do approach any of our SIMI RSPs for details about how to have your mediations verified and submitted for you to progress to the next tier.

 


Benefits Of SIMI RSP


  • Able to verify mediations conducted by SIMI Mediators for the purposes of becoming SIMI Accredited Mediator Level 2 or SIMI Accredited Mediator Level 3;
  • Listing on the SIMI website;
  • Use of the SIMI RSP logo;
  • Highly customised, detailed and independent report prepared by SIMI to capture the SIMI RSP's mediation service information;
  • Early access and notification to events and seminars organised by SIMI;
  • Updates from SIMI on best practices relating to mediation training; and
  • Assessment priority and discounted rate when applying to be a SIMI RTP or SIMI QAP.

SIMI RSP Application Process


  1. Download the application form here.
  2. Send the completed application form to admin@ simi.org.sg1.
  3. The entire review process for each application may take 6 to 8 weeks and results will be notified by email.
  4. Successful applicants will have to ensure that they pay the applicable fees punctually, and also adhere to the renewal requirements.

1 To email us, please remove the empty space after @.


SIMI RSP Fees


SIMI charges administrative fees for processing submissions under the SIMI Partner Scheme. As always, all fees received by SIMI will go towards supporting SIMI's mission in maintaining high standards of professional mediation in Singapore and the region, raising awareness among users and other stakeholders in the mediation space, as well as promoting education and research initiatives in mediation academia.

The following fees are applicable from 1 January 2015 onwards. SIMI regularly reviews its fees to ensure that they are aligned with the scope of entitlements and privileges under each scheme, as well as the cost of funding SIMI's various operations and activities.

  1. Administrative fee of SGD 300 per application.
  2. Annual fee of SGD 1500.

 



Foreign Domestic Worker Association for Social Support and Training (FAST)

 

Foreign Domestic Workers Association for Social Support and Training (FAST) provides pro bono mediation service to the Foreign Domestic Worker (FDWs) community in Singapore. Launched in 2016, the FAST Mediation Service is the latest social support component of the FAST Care Programme. FAST firmly believes that mediation is a useful tool in resolving disputes between individuals. FAST recognizes the severity of how minor misunderstandings can result in difficult situations when not dealt with appropriately. We are a full member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).

FAST offers the following mediation between :

1.      Employer and FDW

2.      Employer, FDW and Employment Agency

3.      Employer and Employment Agency

4.      FDW and Employment Agency

5.      FDW and other parties (case to case basis)

For further enquiries, please contact FAST at 65091535 or our 24 hour helpline 1800-339-4357

FAST's website is located at https://www.fast.org.sg/care/mediation-service/.

 


SAGE Mediation*

168 Robinson Road, Capital Tower, #20-01,
Singapore 068912

Tel: +65 9637 2473
Website: https://sagemediation.sg/

Sage is a 21st century mediation consulting firm specialising in helping organisations and individuals to overcome complex conflicts.

Led by Mr Aloysius Goh, an International Mediator and former CEO of the Singapore International Mediation Centre (SIMC), Sage works with clients to generate creative and sustainable solutions. Settlement Agreements achieved through Sage Mediators may be converted under the Singapore Mediation Act into a consent court order. 

Sage offers clients a specially curated panel of distinguished international advisors from various disciplines. The wide pool of talent is designed to assure clients of outcomes that are practical and meaningful. 

Sage is invested in each and every client and takes pride not only in solving their conflicts but also in equipping them with the confidence and ability to resist costly adversarial approaches for resolving future conflicts. It aspires to spread the satisfaction of knowing that one has contributed to a legacy of peace for themselves and their communities.

*SAGE Mediation is also recognised as a SIMI Registered Training Provider (SIMI RTP) and runs SIMI Qualifying Assessment Program (SIMI QAP).



 

ADR ODR International*

Hardwicke Building, Old Square,
Lincoln's Inn, London WC2A 3SB

Tel: +44 (020) 3 488 1979
Website: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/

ADR ODR International was created in 2016 by a Barrister turned mediator, Rahim Shamji, who was moved and inspired by the true potential of mediation after advanced studies in alternative dispute resolution. They are a thought leader in progressive dispute resolution and training from international conflict management to mediation, negotiation and arbitration, with a global presence in 24 countries and over 100 dispute resolution professionals on their panel.

ADR ODR International provides a variety of services, from helping clients find the right mediator, negotiator and arbitrator, to innovative training courses such as online training and e-learning platforms. The company has trained both students and professionals in a range of sectors and countries from civil/commercial mediation in UK universities to executive negotiation courses in Dubai. 

The company’s core ethos lies in social responsibility and its mission is to help reduce conflict on a global scale. They believe the best way to do this is by creating positive and progressive dialogue, and their Dialogue and Pluralism department focuses on global projects that bring people of different races, ethnicities, and religions together to discuss their differences and discover their similarities. 

*ADR ODR International is also recognised as a SIMI Qualifying Assessment Program (SIMI QAP). and runs SIMI Registered Training Programs (SIMI RTPs).



 

Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE)

 

170 Ghim Moh Road,
#05-01, Ulu Pandan Community Building,
Singapore 279621

Tel: 6 1000 315
(Hotline Operating Hours: Mon - Fri: 9am to 5pm)
Website: www.case.org.sg

The Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that is committed towards protecting consumers interest through information and education, and promoting an environment of fair and ethical trade practices.

CASE Mediation Centre was set up in 1999 to provide a speedy alternative dispute resolution process for consumers and businesses relating to issues concerning purchase of consumer goods and services. For further enquiries, please contact the consumer hotline at 61000315.



 

Community Mediation Centre (CMC)*

45 Maxwell Road,
#07-11, The URA Centre (East Wing),
Singapore 069118

Tel: 1800-CALL-LAW (1800-2255-529)
Website: https://www.mlaw.gov.sg/content/cmc/en.html

The Community Mediation Centre provides mediation in Singapore for residents who face issues with their neighbours, family members, friends, co-workers, landlord or tenants, or any other kind of interpersonal relations.

The CMC opened its doors to the Singapore public in January 1998, with the first centre, CMC (Regional East), located at the Marine Parade District Hall. Previously, the CMCs were located in three different locations – CMC (Central), CMC (Regional North) and CMC (State Courts).

Their mission is to provide an attractive, practical and convenient solution for social and community disputes in Singapore. 

*CMC is also recognised as a SIMI Qualifying Assessment Program (SIMI QAP) and runs SIMI Registered Training Programs (SIMI RTPs).



 

Tripartite Alliance for Dispute management (TADM)

 

80 Jurong East Street 21, #03-03,
Singapore 609607

Website: www.tadm.sg

The Tripartite Alliance for Dispute management (TADM) is jointly set up by the tripartite partners including the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF). TADM provides advisory and mediation assistance to employees and employers in managing and resolving employment disputes amicably.


 

Eagles Mediation and Counselling Centre (EMCC)

 

177 River Valley Road
#05-19 (Level M5) Liang Court
Singapore 179030

Tel: +65 6788 8220
Email: reachus@emcc.org.sg
Website: emcc.org.sg

Eagles Mediation and Counselling Centre (EMCC) is a non-profit organization which enables people to effectively manage personal, marital, family and organisational challenges and conflicts. We are a full member of the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).


 

Singapore International Mediation Centre (SIMC)

 

32 Maxwell Road,
#02-07 Maxwell Chambers,
Singapore 069115 

Tel: +65 6635 2460
Email: secretariat@simc.com.sg
Website: www.simc.com.sg 

SIMC is an independent, not-for-profit institution that aims to provide world-class mediation services and products targeted at the needs of parties in cross-border commercial disputes, particularly those doing business in Asia.



 

Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC)*

1 Supreme Court Lane, Level 4,
Singapore 178879

Tel: +65 6332 4366
Website: www.mediation.com.sg

Since 1997, The Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC) has set the standard for excellence in mediation services both in Singapore and in the region. They have a proven track record in delivering successful results and training the best professional mediators. 

*SMC is also recognised as a SIMI Qualifying Assessment Program (SIMI QAP) and runs SIMI Registered Training Programs (SIMI RTPs).