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Tuesday 29 October 2019
6 Months
12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Module 2 Law of Obligations Domestic Arbitration

To provide an understanding of the relevant principles in the law of tort and the law of contract in the context of how disputes may arise and be resolved. This course is designed to consider both common and civil law jurisdictional principles to give a solid grounding to all practitioners. This course is intended for individuals who may not have studied law previously and wish to gain an understanding of the elements of the law of obligations that affect matters in civil and commercial disputes in a variety of different jurisdictions. It is suitable for anyone with a general interest in dispute resolution and is essential for individuals who wish to go on to become qualified Arbitrators, Adjudicators or Mediators. It is also suitable for those from either system of law wishing to improve or refresh their knowledge of the more unfamiliar system of law.

£1,320.00 per attendee

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Tuesday 29 October 2019
6 Months
12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Module 2 Law of Obligations International Arbitration

To provide an understanding of the relevant principles in the law of tort and the law of contract in the context of how disputes may arise and be resolved. This course is designed to consider both common and civil law jurisdictional principles to give a solid grounding to all practitioners. This course is intended for individuals who may not have studied law previously and wish to gain an understanding of the elements of the law of obligations that affect matters in civil and commercial disputes in a variety of different jurisdictions. It is suitable for anyone with a general interest in dispute resolution and is essential for individuals who wish to go on to become qualified Arbitrators, Adjudicators or Mediators. It is also suitable for those from either system of law wishing to improve or refresh their knowledge of the more unfamiliar system of law.

£1,320.00 per attendee

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Tuesday 29 October 2019
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12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Module 2 Law of Obligations Mediation

To provide an understanding of the relevant principles in the law of tort and the law of contract in the context of how disputes may arise and be resolved. This course is designed to consider both common and civil law jurisdictional principles to give a solid grounding to all practitioners. This course is intended for individuals who may not have studied law previously and wish to gain an understanding of the elements of the law of obligations that affect matters in civil and commercial disputes in a variety of different jurisdictions. It is suitable for anyone with a general interest in dispute resolution and is essential for individuals who wish to go on to become qualified Arbitrators, Adjudicators or Mediators. It is also suitable for those from either system of law wishing to improve or refresh their knowledge of the more unfamiliar system of law.

£1,320.00 per attendee

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Tuesday 29 October 2019
6 Days
12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Module 1 Mediation Training & Assessment

The course is aimed at candidates who wish to become a CIArb Member and Accredited Mediator. It is also of benefit to those who wish to use mediation skills in their current profession. The course comprises of 6 full days of skills-based learning delivered by experienced practicing mediators, who are also qualified trainers. Mediation has been shown to be an effective method of solving complex commercial disputes. The process engages skills that can have a positive impact on personal relationships. It is, therefore, suitable for: • Individuals seeking to improve their communication skills; • Arbitrators/Adjudicators looking to broaden their ADR practice; • Conflict resolution professionals; • Aspiring mediators.

£3,960.00 per attendee

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Thursday 31 October 2019
1 Day
12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Introduction to International Arbitration Assessment

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 International Arbitration course.

£95.00 per attendee

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Thursday 31 October 2019
1 Day
12 Bloomsbury Square, London, England

Introduction to International Arbitration

To provide an understanding of the general principles of international (i.e. non-domestic) arbitration 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, international arbitration in their jurisdiction.

£396.00 per attendee

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