INTRODUCTION TO DOMESTIC ARBITRATION
The course is aimed at those with little or no knowledge of arbitration and is a means of qualifying as an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute. It consists of lectures covering the practice and procedure of arbitration, demonstration of preliminary meeting and arbitration hearing followed by an online-based test comprising of 60 multiple-choice questions.
Information on what to expect:
Upon payment of the course fee of N80,000.00 and online test fee of £95 (Ninety-Five Pounds) you will be given log-in and password details to access the Assessment.
On passing the Assessment, you will be invited to print your own certificate.
You will then have the opportunity to apply for ACIArb Membership and to consider proceeding along one of the training and qualification Pathways.
Who should attend?
All professionals and graduates wishing to gain an introductory knowledge to arbitration as well as wishing to become eligible for Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Course Date: 3RD & 4TH OCTOBER, 2019
Fees: N80,000.00 to cover tuition, tutorials, course documentation and materials, lunch, tea breaks. £95 for online assessment at the prevailing exchange rate.
Payment can be done by bank deposits or transfer to the Institute UBA Account No. 1007123970 for tuition and First Bank Domiciliary Account No. 2004654759 for online assessment. The account name is Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Application Forms and Registrations
Forms can be downloaded online at https://www.ciarbnigeria.org/amp or by request via email to or by visiting the Secretariat at 5B, Kunle Ogunba Street, Off Jeremiah Ugwu Street, Off Babatunde Anjous Street, Off Admiralty Way Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. Tel. 01-4530961, or 08034644337-8. Application Forms which should be completed and returned with evidence of payment on or before 26th September 2019.
Note: Registration is subject to space availability.
In the event of a cancellation, which must be made in writing, the following charges will apply:
4 weeks to the course 10%
2 weeks to the course 25%
Less than 2 weeks – full fee
A delegate may also defer to the next available date. Deferement of two weeks or less to the course will attracts a 50% penalty.