Module 3 examination is a 4.5 hour open book written exam. The examination is split into two parts. Stage 1 is provided on-line 10 days before the formal examination. Stage 2 is the 4.5 hour open book examination. Candidates must achieve a minimum overall mark of 70% to pass the course.
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 the Arbitration Act 1996.
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.
This module provides candidates with the knowledge of the main procedural elements of Construction Adjudication to enable them to understand and participate in such proceedings. This course focuses on the process, key documents and procedures in Construction Adjudication, with the exception of writing a reasoned decision. It is therefore valuable for anyone wishing to understand the practice and procedure of Construction Adjudication generally, whether as a party, party representative or witness. It is also an essential requirement for qualification as a Fellow and for those who aim to practice as a Construction Adjudicator.
Assessment of this course is completed through an online multiple-choice test accessed via LearnADR, CIArb’s online learning platform. Candidates will be given 28 days to complete and submit the assessment. Candidates must achieve a minimum overall mark of 55% to pass the course. The assessment is intended for candidates who have completed the Introduction to Construction Adjudication course.
To provide an understanding of the general principles of construction adjudication and its relationship to other dispute resolution processes. The course will provide candidates with an introduction to the legal framework of, and good practice and procedure in Construction Adjudication.