Arbitration Training (40 hour course)

  • 30 Nov 2015
  • 04 Dec 2015
  • Moncton, NB (place TBD)


  • You may indicate your interest by registering here and there is no commitment needed until registration begins.
  • Please register as soon as you can and pay the fee to ensure that you are accepted -- a maximum of 12 registrations will be accepted for the course in St. John's. 5 additional registrations will be accepted in case someone drops out. If you pay the registration fee and if you are not accepted then an immediate refund will be issued.

    The Board will be making every effort to offer the course again as soon as practical.

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Arbitration Training (Moncton, NB)

The course will be held Nov 30 until Dec 4.

The Board has decided to register a maximum of 12 for this course.

The first 12 people who register and pay the fee will be accepted. A waiting list of five others will be maintained in case someone cannot make it.

The Board will also offer the course again in Halifax as soon as practical because it is clear that there is demand for this program.

This is a 5-day training event and completion of the course will satisfy the education requirement for Q Arb and C Arb designations -- the other components of the designations will need to be met appropriately in addition to the classroom component!  

The table of contents of the course can be browsed by clicking here >>>

TOC Arbitration Course Manual.pdf

The new National Introductory Arbitration Training program is designed to provide relevant, hands-on and practical information to student participants. The materials are intended to provide an introduction to the arbitration process.

In 40 hours, participants will explore topics such as a review of the arbitration act (of the Provincial jurisdiction for the student), arbitrator roles and responsibilities, use of evidence, the role of contract law and the award.

Program Outline:
Day 1 - A review of arbitration, the relevant act, the roles and responsibilities of the arbitrator and the process.
Day 2 - An exploration of evidence and the admission of evidence in the arbitration process.
Day 3 - A review of the role of contract law in arbitration: interpretation, capacity, legality, impeachments, remedies for breach of, and the methods for enforcing judgments.
Day 4 - The award: signing, guidelines, delivery of, amendments to, enforcement of, appeals, challenges and procedural requirements.
Day 5 - Provincial case law with illustrations and presentation of final scenario for award with video and instructions.

This course is nationally accredited by the ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) and fulfills the educational requirements for the Q.Arb and C.Arb designations.

ADR Atlantic Institute

Box 123,  Halifax, NS

B3J 2M4


(ADR Atlantic operates a VIRTUAL OFFICE and does not use a telephone line -- email is the primary communications tool)

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