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ARBITRATION FOR PROFESSIONALS CERTIFICATE

This online arbitration training program is accredited by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada (ADRIC) and meets the education training component required to achieve the Qualified Arbitrator designation. 

Entrance Requirements: Post-Secondary degree or diploma and OR relevant experience

The Arbitration for Professionals certificate will provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to arbitrate, manage and resolve issues and determine the outcome of various disputes. This arbitration training course is designed for those wishing to become arbitrators, or who seek a greater understanding of the skills involved in arbitration.

The course will give candidates a basic understanding of the principles of good practice and procedure in arbitration. As part of the course students will participate in 14 hours of mandatory role play sessions and mock hearings via conference call with the instructor and fellow classmates, in order to meet training requirements outlined by ADRIC. The Instructor also offers optional weekly live sessions via conference call to participate in discussions.

The mandatory role play and mock hearing sessions via conference call will take place in the evenings (upcoming schedule – Tuesdays and Thursdays (mandatory)  6:30 – 8:30 PM EST) Please note these times and days are subject to change.

This 10 week certificate is delivered fully online so that you can complete assignments when it’s most convenient for you, all while receiving support from a dedicated instructor and interacting with classmates.

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