ADRIC Accredited Arbitration Courses
In addition to ADRIC’s own National Introductory Arbitration Course offered by some of our Affiliates, the ADRIC Correspondence Course in Arbitration, and the courses described on our Training Page, the following programs have been evaluated and approved as ADRIC Accredited Courses – they meet ADRIC’s standards, have approved trainers and meet some or all of the educational requirements for the Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb) and Qualified Arbitrator (Q.Arb) designations.
See our Accredited Mediation courses.
For more information on any of the programs, click the relevant link.
|Organization||Course||Description||Location||Upcoming start dates||Entrance requirements|
|TCAS Gold Standard Course in Arbitration™||This 40-hour course will provide an in-depth understanding of domestic and international commercial arbitration, both institutional and ad hoc, and will be of particular interest to arbitrators and arbitration counsel, or those interested in pursuing practice in this area.
The program is directed by William G. Horton with the assistance of Joel Richler and is taught by a faculty of leading arbitration practitioners.
|Arbitration Place, 333 Bay Street, Suite 900, Toronto, ON
Participation by video conference available throughout Canada.
|Kompass Professional Development||This online arbitration training program meets the basic mediation education training component required to achieve the ADRIC Qualified Arbitrator designation.
The Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate will provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to arbitrate, manage and resolve issues and determine the outcome of various disputes. This arbitration training course is designed for those wishing to become arbitrators, or who seek a greater understanding of the skills involved in arbitration.
|Online||2021 Start Dates: January 4, February 1, March 1, April 12||Post-Secondary degree or diploma and OR relevant experience|