These one-day courses are designed to provide students with practical interactive training in preliminary hearings and hearings for arbitration. Students will have an opportunity to practice and role-play aspects of arbitration procedures.
This course is suitable for students who have successfully completed the National Introductory Arbitration course of have started the National Introductory Arbitration course.
Who Should Take This Course?
These practice sessions are for new arbitrators. Whether you have successfully completed the training or have only started your training, these practice sessions will help you hone your skills.
a) Successfully completed the National Introductory Arbitration course (including award)
b) Completed the National Introductory Arbitration course (except award)
c) Started the National Introductory Arbitration course (completion of Part 1)
For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta.
What can I expect in class?
This one-day course is designed as a role-play opportunity where students will have a chance to role-play three different roles in three separate preliminary hearings throughout the course of the day.
All materials will be provided by ADRIA.
Students should refrain from openly discussing the arbitration award or content of the award/exam in class or with other students. Specific questions regarding the written award/exam may be discussed privately with the instructor.
What are the details?
The cost of this course is $300 plus GST.
ADRIA membership is required to take this course.
Alberta's association of mediators and arbitrators.
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