This module provides candidates with the knowledge required to understand and consider evidence, to weigh it up and analyse submissions, arrive at a conclusion and write a final, reasoned and enforceable Arbitration Award in compliance with UNCITRAL Model Law. This course focuses on the processes followed by an Arbitrator in defining the issues that have to be decided by an Award, dealing with the submissions made by the parties, analysing the appropriate law, evaluating the evidence, applying the law to that evidence, arriving at a conclusion and then writing a final, reasoned and enforceable Award.
What are the entry requirements?
In order to register for the course, candidates must:
• Have successfully completed and passed the CIArb Module 1 Law, Practice and Procedure
• Have successfully completed and passed the CIArb Module 2 Law of Obligations
• Been granted an exemption from the CIArb Module 2 Law of Obligations
English Language Competence - CIArb training and assessment is carried out in English it is therefore essential that candidates are proficient in both written and spoken English. Where English is not a candidate’s first language it is recommended that they have achieved a standard that is, as a minimum, equivalent to the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) level 7 or a score of 94-101 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) system. CIArb issues this advice as a guideline and, while it will not require any evidence of this standard prior to enrolment on a course, candidates who do not have this standard of English may be disadvantaged.
What are the learning outcomes?
On successful completion of this course candidates, will be able to demonstrate sound conceptual, technical and/or practical knowledge of:
How is the course delivered?
The course is delivered over a period of three months, with a combination of private study and attendance of the three face-to-face tutorials.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment of this course is 4-hour Award Writing exercise. Additional information is provided on the day of the assessment in the form of the Arbitrator’s notebook. Candidates must achieve a minimum overall mark of 70% to pass the course.
The course is delivered over a period of three months, with a combination of private study and face-to-face tutorials.
The course start date advertised is the start date of the course when candidates will be required to start their private study of reading NOT when they attend tutorials. The face-to face tutorial dates are listed on the Course Schedule below.
Upon successful registration on the course, candidates will receive confirmation they are booked on the course.
Joining instructions and course materials will be made available on LearnADR approximately 2 weeks before the course start date.
The schedule for this course is provided below to assist candidates in planning their study time.
Tutorial 1: 02.10.2019
Tutorial 2: 07.11.2019
Tutorial 3: 03.12.2019
Please note you will need to book and pay for the examination separately.