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Associate membership gives a competitive advantage needed to stand out from the crowd. Being an Associate member demonstrates commitment to professionalism, integrity, and excellence.
Associate members can use the designatory letters ACIArb.
How to become an Associate
Associate membership requires a minimum of either:
• Successfully completing one of CIArb’s introductory courses or an equivalent qualification from a recognised course provider.
• A minimum of six-months’ experience in dispute avoidance or dispute management. Reference required.
Candidate has undertaken a course with a module that covered aspects of alternative dispute resolution.