To provide a fast-track route to Fellowship through the Construction Adjudication Pathway. The Accelerated Route to Fellowship has been designed for busy professionals who have substantial unassessed knowledge and experience of Construction Adjudication.
What are the entry requirements?
In order to register for the Accelerated Route to Fellowship, candidates must submit evidence to show:
• they have a minimum of 5 years of practical experience of construction adjudication either as a representative or a construction adjudicator;
• they have substantial knowledge of the framework of construction adjudication; they can recognise and evaluate evidence;
• they can significantly evaluate and apply the principles and requirements of a construction adjudication;
• they can noticeably demonstrate practical skill in the carrying out of tasks required in preparing for and progressing a construction adjudication.
Once accepted onto the programme, candidates must also register and complete the Module 2 Law of Obligations Exemption Test prior to commencement of the Accelerated Route to Fellowship at an additional cost of £78.00. This is a pre-requisite of being enrolled onto the course. Candidates that fail the Exemption test will unfortunately no longer be able to participate in the Accelerated Route to Fellowship.
On successful completion of this course candidates will be able to:
• identify and explain in depth all the key elements of the Construction Adjudication process
• evaluate and apply the law of Construction Adjudication appropriately
• demonstrate practical skill in carrying out the tasks required in preparing and progressing an Adjudication
• demonstrate skill in controlling an Adjudication, communicating effectively with the parties, applying the relevant rules and adopting appropriate procedures.
What is covered within the syllabus?
• Standard adjudication provisions/clauses/rules
• Terms and conditions of appointment
• Defining the dispute
• The Notice of Adjudication
• Appointing the Adjudicator
• Conflict of interest
• The Referral Notice
• Challenges to jurisdiction
• Further submissions and timetable
• Legal and/or technical advice
• Meetings, oral evidence and inspections
• Costs and offers
• The Decision
How is the programme delivered?
This is an assessment programme as opposed to a teaching module. Learning will be based on private study prior to the oral assessment workshop, reinforced by tutor input and peer discussion during the workshop.
The programme is delivered over a period of five days, with assessment workshops on days one to four. On day five candidates will be given 48 consecutive hours within a 5-day window to submit their answers online for the final assessment. The programme dates advertised are the dates when candidates will be required to attend the assessment workshops.
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
CIArb membership is an internationally recognized professional status in Alternative Dispute Resolution. It demonstrates a high standard of education and experience along with a commitment to development and keeping your skills current. Successfully passing this course will make you eligible for Fellow Grade. CIArb Fellowship is recognized across the global industries as a symbol of peak professionalism. Achieving Fellowship tells clients, colleagues, and regulators that you have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to achieving the highest level of knowledge, skills, and behaviors. Fellows can use the designatory letters FCIArb.