This course is for legal managers; finance managers; commercial managers; claims managers; supply chain, procurement and purchasing managers; contract managers, engineers and analysts; anyone involved in the management of commercial relationships. It enables participants to describe alternative methods of resolving commercial disputes; to distinguish between forms of ADR that give a binding decision and others that facilitate agreement between the parties; to evaluate strategies for resolving conflict; to prepare their organisation to participate in a dispute resolution process; to plan a negotiation, including considering contingencies in the event of failure; to apply negotiation techniques to typical commercial disputes; to appreciate the appropriateness of different behavioural styles of negotiation; to consider the merits of using an intermediary to facilitate a win-win result; to manage conflict through a negotiated approach; and to achieve good outcomes to resolve contract disputes.
This course provides a general understanding of the various methods of dispute resolution which are alternatives to court proceedings, known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). What are the learning outcomes? On successful completion of this course candidates will be able to: Understand the background to Alternative Dispute Resolution; Describe the processes and procedures of various forms of alternative dispute resolution.
This course aims to provide candidates with a detailed knowledge of the UNCITRAL Model Law and Arbitration Rules underpinning the process and procedure of international (i.e.
This course provides candidates with a detailed knowledge of the main procedural elements of an international (i.e.
This course provides an understanding of the general principles of domestic (i.e.
To provide a fast-track route to Membership through the arbitration pathway
This course provides a fast-track route towards Fellowship through the Domestic (i.e non-international) Arbitration Pathway.
This course provides a fast-track route towards Fellowship through the International (i.e.