QUALIFICATION STANDARDS OF  NEUTRALS

Types of Membership

 

HONORARY Member

Qualification requirements

Membership to the MedNet shall be on a voluntary and individual basis. MedNet reserves the right to accept and reject applications for membership from individuals  based on a set of criteria. These criteria are enumerated herein.

  • Must be a natural person and of legal age.

  • Must have attended an orientation about MedNet, and commit to pursue the objectives of MedNet, as stated in its Constitution and By-Laws

  • Must adhere to the adoption, application and promotion of the Ethical Principles of EDRMP

  • Must be of good standing in his or her community and/or office.

  • Must be of recommended by a Board of Trustee, and approved by the Board.

Procedure for membership

The prospective member shall fill up an application form and submit the same to the Membership Committee through the MedNet's Regional Vice President, for assessment, recommendation and approval or denial by the board.

Registration fee

Free

Rights and Privileges

Regular and updated information on MedNet's activities, new technologies, concepts, practices and developments in dispute resolution

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute time, expertise and resources to the best of his or her ability to the growth and development of MedNet.

  • Pay the membership fee and annual dues required to maintain active status in MedNet

  • Apply and promote the use of EDRMP

  • Attend the General Assemblies, meetings, and other related activities

  • Acknowledge the source of MedNet's training materials used in whatever context

Suspension and Loss of Membership

A member may be suspended from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, for non-payment of membership dues and fees for two (2) consecutive years.

A member may be expelled from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, due to any of the
following reasons:

 

  • Non-payment of membership dues and fees of three (3) consecutive years;

  • Serious misconduct and/or willful breach of trust bestowed upon him or her by the MedNet;

  • Gross or habitual neglect of his or her duties;

  • Conviction by final judgment of a crime involving moral turpitude;

  • Willful violation of MedNet's Constitution and Code of Ethics;

  • Other acts inimical to the interest of MedNet

Voluntary Resignation

The member may choose to terminate his membership by tendering a letter of resignation to the Board through the Membership Committee.

ASSOCIATE Member

Qualification requirements

Membership to the MedNet shall be on a voluntary and individual basis. MedNet reserves the right to accept and reject applications for membership from individuals  based on a set of criteria. These criteria are enumerated herein.

  • Must be a natural person and of legal age.

  • Must have attended an orientation about MedNet, and commit to pursue the objectives of MedNet, as stated in its Constitution and By-Laws

  • Must adhere to the adoption, application and promotion of the Ethical Principles of EDRMP

  • Must be of good standing in his or her community and/or office.

  • Must be of recommended by a Board of Trustee, and approved by the Board.

  • Must have undertaken at least one training or basic orientation workshop on EDRMP

Procedure for membership

The prospective member shall fill up an application form and submit the same to the Membership Committee through the MedNet's Regional Vice President, for assessment, recommendation and approval or denial by the board.

Registration fee

Must have paid the required total membership fee of SIX HUNDRES PESOS(Php 600.00), broken down as follows:
 

  • Php 350.00 - Membership Fee

  • Php 150.00 - Electronic Identification Card

  • Php 100.00 - Annual dues

Rights and Privileges

  • Regular and updated information on MedNet's activities, new technologies, concepts, practices and developments in dispute resolution.

  • Discount in trainings conducted by MedNet

  • Right to air grievances and file complaints regarding application of the principles and ethics of MedNet concerning the management and implementation of programs or projects by the officers and other staff of MedNet

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute time, expertise and resources to the best of his or her ability to the growth and development of MedNet.

  • Pay the membership fee and annual dues required to maintain active status in MedNet

  • Apply and promote the use of EDRMP

  • Attend the General Assemblies, meetings, and other related activities

  • Acknowledge the source of MedNet's training materials used in whatever context

Suspension and Loss of Membership

A member may be suspended from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, for non-payment of membership dues and fees for two (2) consecutive years.

A member may be expelled from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, due to any of the
following reasons:

 

  • Non-payment of membership dues and fees of three (3) consecutive years;

  • Serious misconduct and/or willful breach of trust bestowed upon him or her by the MedNet;

  • Gross or habitual neglect of his or her duties;

  • Conviction by final judgment of a crime involving moral turpitude;

  • Willful violation of MedNet's Constitution and Code of Ethics;

  • Other acts inimical to the interest of MedNet

Voluntary Resignation

The member may choose to terminate his membership by tendering a letter of resignation to the Board through the Membership Committee.

 

REGULAR Member

Qualification requirements

Membership to the MedNet shall be on a voluntary and individual basis. MedNet reserves the right to accept and reject applications for membership from individuals  based on a set of criteria. These criteria are enumerated herein.

  • Must be a natural person and of legal age.

  • Must have attended an orientation about MedNet, and commit to pursue the objectives of MedNet, as stated in its Constitution and By-Laws

  • Must adhere to the adoption, application and promotion of the Ethical Principles of EDRMP

  • Must be of good standing in his or her community and/or office.

  • Must be of recommended by a Board of Trustee, and approved by the Board.

  • Must have undertaken at least one training or basic orientation workshop on EDRMP

  • Must have practiced EDRMP at least once in the last two years, or Mediation of at least one case

Procedure for membership

The prospective member shall fill up an application form and submit the same to the Membership Committee through the MedNet's Regional Vice President, for assessment, recommendation and approval or denial by the board.

Registration fee

Must have paid the required total membership fee of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED PESOS

(Php 1500.00), broken down as follows:
 

  • Php 350.00 - Membership Fee

  • Php 150.00 - Electronic Identification Card

  • Php 1000.00 - Annual dues

Rights and Privileges

  • Regular and updated information on MedNet's activities, new technologies, concepts, practices and developments in dispute resolution.

  • Discount in trainings conducted by MedNet

  • Right to air grievances and file complaints regarding application of the principles and ethics of MedNet concerning the management and implementation of programs or projects by the officers and other staff of MedNet

  • Free training in MedNet courses

  • Right to vote/participate in deliberations, decision-making and election during the General Assembly

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute time, expertise and resources to the best of his or her ability to the growth and development of MedNet.

  • Pay the membership fee and annual dues required to maintain active status in MedNet

  • Apply and promote the use of EDRMP

  • Attend the General Assemblies, meetings, and other related activities

  • Acknowledge the source of MedNet's training materials used in whatever context

Suspension and Loss of Membership

A member may be suspended from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, for non-payment of membership dues and fees for two (2) consecutive years.

A member may be expelled from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, due to any of the
following reasons:

 

  • Non-payment of membership dues and fees of three (3) consecutive years;

  • Serious misconduct and/or willful breach of trust bestowed upon him or her by the MedNet;

  • Gross or habitual neglect of his or her duties;

  • Conviction by final judgment of a crime involving moral turpitude;

  • Willful violation of MedNet's Constitution and Code of Ethics;

  • Other acts inimical to the interest of MedNet

Voluntary Resignation

The member may choose to terminate his membership by tendering a letter of resignation to the Board through the Membership Committee.

 

OADR-Accredited

Qualification requirements

Membership to the MedNet shall be on a voluntary and individual basis. MedNet reserves the right to accept and reject applications for membership from individuals  based on a set of criteria. These criteria are enumerated herein.

  • Must be a natural person and of legal age.

  • Must have attended an orientation about MedNet, and commit to pursue the objectives of MedNet, as stated in its Constitution and By-Laws

  • Must adhere to the adoption, application and promotion of the Ethical Principles of EDRMP

  • Must be of good standing in his or her community and/or office.

  • Must be of recommended by a Board of Trustee, and approved by the Board.

  • Must have undertaken at least one training or basic orientation workshop on EDRMP

  • Must have practiced EDRMP at least once in the last two years, or Mediation of at least one case

  • Must have complied with the accreditation requirements of the Office for Alternative Dispute Resolution (OADR)

Procedure for membership

The prospective member shall fill up an application form and submit the same to the Membership Committee through the MedNet's Regional Vice President, for assessment, recommendation and approval or denial by the board.

Registration fee

Must have paid the assessment required for accreditation by the OADR

Rights and Privileges

  • Regular and updated information on MedNet's activities, new technologies, concepts, practices and developments in dispute resolution.

  • Discount in trainings conducted by MedNet

  • Right to air grievances and file complaints regarding application of the principles and ethics of MedNet concerning the management and implementation of programs or projects by the officers and other staff of MedNet

  • Free training in MedNet courses

  • Right to vote/participate in deliberations, decision-making and election during the General Assembly

  • Priority in the search for mediators and trainers for activities initiated

  • Priority in the selection and recruitment of qualified staff for the management and operationalization of projects of MedNet.

  • Priority to attend conferences, seminars and other related events here or abroad wherein MedNet may be invited

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Contribute time, expertise and resources to the best of his or her ability to the growth and development of MedNet.

  • Pay the membership fee and annual dues required to maintain active status in MedNet

  • Apply and promote the use of EDRMP

  • Attend the General Assemblies, meetings, and other related activities

  • Acknowledge the source of MedNet's training materials used in whatever context

Suspension and Loss of Membership

A member may be suspended from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, for non-payment of membership dues and fees for two (2) consecutive years.

A member may be expelled from MedNet by a majority vote of the Board, upon recommendation by the Membership Committee, due to any of the
following reasons:

 

  • Non-payment of membership dues and fees of three (3) consecutive years;

  • Serious misconduct and/or willful breach of trust bestowed upon him or her by the MedNet;

  • Gross or habitual neglect of his or her duties;

  • Conviction by final judgment of a crime involving moral turpitude;

  • Willful violation of MedNet's Constitution and Code of Ethics;

  • Other acts inimical to the interest of MedNet

Voluntary Resignation

The member may choose to terminate his membership by tendering a letter of resignation to the Board through the Membership Committee.