Gain New Skills • Advance Your Career • Network • Top Up CPD Credits
- Develop New Skills. Not only will you learn the skills necessary to be an effective as an arbitrator, you will also acquire valuable skills that can be applied in other professional settings.
- Build Your Network. As an ADRBC member you will have the opportunity to network with other professionals, while benefiting from significant member discounts, every year at the ADRBC (formerly BCAMI) Symposium.
- Advance Your Career in ADR. You option to have name added to ADRBC’s ICBC roster as the Arbitration Training Course is presented in fulfilment of ADRBC’s arrangement with ICBC to provide trained arbitrators for the coverage dispute program.
- CPD Credits. The Law Society of BC (Part II: 18 hours, Part III: 22hours); Mediate BC (Part I: 18 hours, Part II: 21 hours, Part III: 14 hours).
Part I – Basic Law for Arbitrators
3 days x 6 hours, plus take-home exam
CPD Credits: Mediate BC (18 hours)
Intended for non-lawyers
An introduction to basic principles of law focusing on commercial disputes. Intensive review of principles of general contract law, plus selected types of contracts. There is an optional pre-course reading assignment.
Text: Smyth, Soberman, Easson, McGilll, The Law and Business Administration in Canada
Acknowledgement: Certificate of Completion – 22 hours
Courses are delivered at CoWorks by Elevate, A113 – 2099 Lougheed Hwy, Port Coquitlam, BC V3B 1A8