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Online Introduction to ADR

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This popular course provides a general understanding of the various methods of dispute resolution which are alternatives to court proceedings, known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

ADR is used to resolve the majority of disputes in many countries, providing a valuable alternative to the courts system. In many cases, it can be a faster way to resolve disputes, it can be more flexible, lower cost, conducted in private and less confrontational.

Disputes can arise in almost any sector. Whatever your career path, knowing what ADR is and the various processes involved will be beneficial. You might be considering a career in ADR, or be in a position where you may be advising others who could benefit from ADR, or where you might need to use it yourself.

When you’ve successfully completed the course and assessment, you will be able to:
· Understand the background to ADR.
· Understand how ADR can support dispute cases.
· Describe the processes and procedures of the various forms of ADR.
· Be eligible to apply for Associate membership of CIArb.

The syllabus covers:
· Arbitration
· Conciliation
· Construction Adjudication
· Early Neutral Evaluation
· Expert Determination · MED-ARB
· Mediation
· Mini-Trial
· Negotiation
· Neutral Expert Fact-Finding
· Ombudsman
· Online Dispute Resolution
· Private Judging
· Summary Jury Trial.

 

If you take this course, you may also be interested in the Professional Development course: Brand Protection in Times of Disputes.

Format: Online.
Duration: The course is self-paced.
Delivery: Remotely accessed e-learning which is available on-demand.
Post-course: To be eligible for Associate membership, please complete the accompanying Assessment.

To unlock this course/assessment, you need to have at least one of the below prerequisites completed

No additional courses are unlocked by this course

No additional Membership Grades are unlocked by this course