RFP for Designing the National Introductory Arbitration Course
The ADR Institute of Canada Inc., (ADRIC) has re-issued its request for proposal (RFP) to select a partner to complete the ongoing review and development of its National Introductory Arbitration Course (NIAC).
ADRIC’s NIA course is a 40-hour course offered to lawyers and non-lawyers as an introductory course on arbitration procedures, covering the core competencies required by arbitrators, including: i) contract law ii) evidence; iii) jurisprudence; iv) decision-making and decision writing; and v) ethics.
The Course also includes a 6-hour pre-course module aimed at providing non-lawyers with an understanding of the law of contracts and torts, and an introduction to commercial arbitration statutes.
The course fulfills the educational requirements for ADRIC’s nationally recognized professional designations of Qualified Arbitrator (Q.Arb) and Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb).
The RFP is intended to allow several qualified suppliers to submit their proposals for review and development of ADRIC’s NIA course.
Any expressions of interest in participating in the RFP may be sent to Fordam Wara using firstname.lastname@example.org