Admission to Fellow

Admission to Fellow Cadre (FICMC)

The Admission to Fellow Cadre Course of the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators is a three (3) day Advanced Mediation Skills Accreditation and Certification Course, successful completion of which leads to Fellowship of the Institute. .

The Fellowship cadre is the Institute’s highest level of professional recognition.

At the successful completion of the Admission to Fellow Course, candidates will be inducted into the Institute as Fellows, qualify to use the designation “FICMC” (Fellow, Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators), and have their names listed in the ICMC Directory of Fellows.

The persons qualified to participate in the Admission to Fellow Course include the following:

  • Members of the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators who have maintained membership (MICMC) for a minimum of five (5) years
  • Serving and Retired High Court Judges, Khadis and Judges of Customary Courts of Appeal
  • Executive Directors and Heads of Public and Private Establishments/Enterprises
  • Serving Civil Servants on GL15 (Assistant Director) or above
  • Holders of a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), in any field
  • Holders of a Master’s Degree, in any field, obtained at least 5 years preceding the year of application
  • Holders of a Bachelor’s Degree, in any field, obtained at least fifteen years preceding the year of application
  • Legal practitioners with a minimum of 15 years post call practice experience