27 Jun 2019
The Taiwan Chapter of CIArb East Asia Branch is pleased to invite all eligible candidates for International Award Writing Examination (Module 4) with optional Award Writing Refresher Seminar.
The Taiwan Chapter will hold a four-hour international award writing examination on 14 September 2019 (Saturday 9:00 am _ 13:30 pm), as well as a two-hour optional refresher seminar on 1 September 2019 (Sunday 9:30-11:30 am) to assist with exam preparation. Both will be held at CAA Taipei office (Floor 14, 376 Section 4, Renai Road, Taipei).
This course is open to those who successfully completed the Accelerated Route to Fellowship – International Arbitration (ARF) course, and to those who have completed CIArb Modules 1 to 3 or equivalent.
The fee for both the examination and refresher seminar is NTD 18,000 for CIArb members and NTD 20,000 for non-members.
The fee is the same irrespective of whether the candidate will attend the optional refresher seminar or not.
The award writing examination takes place in the following two Phases:
Phase 2 of the examination will take place on 14 September 2019, which is when you will receive the second segment of the examination, containing further information on the arbitration in question. This will enable you to complete the award in the examination room on that date. It consists of 30 minutes of reading time and four hours of writing time.
Success at the examination permits candidates to take the Peer Interview in order to progress to Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb).
To register for this course, please complete and return the registration form below by email to Taiwan Chapter convenor, Winnie Jo-Mei Ma: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then approach registered candidates for payment. Please also email Winnie if you have any queries.
For further information please see the course flyer and registration form available here.
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