We all know that misunderstandings, disagreements, disputes are events of common occurrences, and many of us can curb them before things get serious and settle them through arbitration when they do. The basic need is a particular mindset and professional training in this field. Construction dispute resolution, ways of conciliation and arbitration are established professional practice these days, specially, when international collaboration is availed.
There is a systematic knowledge of the subject today, acquiring which, the young professionals can, not only serve the construction industry, but can also find a means of employment for themselves. The contractors, business professionals, planners, architects, engineers and government officials can acquire this knowhow for better organizing these programs.
You will be pleased to know that we have organised a half a day, free online video conference CPD Workshop on Zoom. It will start at 9.00am UK time/1.00pm PKS on Tuesday, July 06,2021, and will have on board dialogue with international experts from CIArb, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London United Kingdom.
The engineers, who have the PEC registration will get ½ CPD credit points on attending this Workshop.
The topics that will be covered are:
Introduction on Current and common misunderstanding, disagreements and disputes, and their resolution in Construction industry by Barrister Mian Sheraz Javaid.
Pakistan Engineering Council’s rules and procedures on conciliation and arbitration by Dr Javed Uppal President IEP.
Lessons learnt from Pakistan’s First Construction Dispute Report prepared by MK Consultus LLP Pakistan in collaboration with Currie and Brown UK.
Introduction of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, United Kingdom by Tom Cadman Deputy Director General CIArb.
Courses offered by CIArb, introduction about different pathways to train and become Associate, Member and Fellow of CIArb.
Panel discussion and Q/A session.
Cost(s): Attendance to this event is free of charge, but pre-registration is required.