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DIPLOMA IN ARBITRATION AWARD IN ARBITRATION
Nationally accredited and recognised by: The Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (OFQUAL) The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)

The Award in Arbitration consists of Module One of the Diploma. The Diploma in Arbitration comprises of four modules and provides comprehensive training for those seeking to understand the principles of arbitration and those proposing to be involved in arbitration as part of their career. and who are seeking to represent parties at arbitration or to act as an arbitrator. Successful completion of the Diploma in Arbitration entitles candidates to be considered for vacancies on the RICS President’s Panel of Arbitrators (subject to any further assessment or mentoring that is considered appropriate) as and when these arise. The Award and Diploma in Arbitration provide recognised training and qualification for those interested in the field of arbitration. the built environment and related sectors and leads to the foremost qualification in this field. These qualifications have been developed by the RICS Arbitration Working Party and RSPH. RICS Arbitration qualifications are nationally accredited and recognised by the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (OFQUAL) through accreditation from the awarding body RSPH (Royal Society for Public Health). Members of the Working Party include: • Tim Cooper BSc FRICS FCIArb • Philip Meade MRICS • Marie Busfied MA (Cantab) DipArb FRICS FCIArb • Eric Mouzer FRICS FCIARB (Chair) DRS . The training and assessment is delivered by RICS under scrutiny of an external verifier appointed by RSPH. Both the Diploma and Award training is conducted on a distance learning basis.DIPLOMA IN ARBITRATION AWARD IN ARBITRATION RICS accredited arbitration training is focused specifically on property. It is a stand-alone qualification designed for those interested in obtaining a sound overview of arbitration law and practice. Details of tutorials and assessments are posted on-line.

• Understand how the rules of evidence are applied to contested proceedings. • Be able to write an award on the allocation of costs. Register today t 02476 868 584 e drstraining@rics. • Understand the requirements involved in interpreting the parties’ cases. Unit 10 – Write a valid arbitration award. • Understand the initial procedures of the arbitration process. 19 • Understand the different branches of English law. • A broad overview of the legal aspects of arbitration. • Know the circumstances which can lead to termination of contracts. • Understand the range of torts recognised by law. • Know the remedies available for tortious actions. Unit 4 – The Application of the Law of Contract to Arbitration. • Understand how English laws are developed. • Understand the legal defences available for relevant tortious actions. enforced and administered. • Understand how the arbitrators powers and duties in procedural directions are applied in practice and communications with the parties. Unit 5 – The Application of the Law of Tort to Arbitration.org/drs . • Understand how terms may be incorporated into contracts.org w rics. Unit 6 – The application of the Law of Evidence to Arbitration. powers and duties of an arbitrator. • Understand how the arbitrator’s powers and duties in interlocutory application are applied in practice and communications with the parties. • Be able to write a valid award on a substantive issue. • Know the requirements of an arbitration agreement. • Know the rights and obligation of the parties to a contract. • Understand the appointment procedures relating to arbitration.Summary outline of qualifications Level 4 Qualification Award in Arbitration Units Unit 1 – Introduction to Arbitration Unit 2 – The process of Arbitration Unit 1 & 2 above Credit Value 7 Learning Outcome • Understand when arbitration can be used to resolve disputes. • Know the principles that apply to the formation of contracts. • Understand the legal requirements of a valid arbitration award. • Understand the process of arbitration subsequent to the initial procedures. • Understand the jurisdiction. • Understand the underpinning principles of evidence. Unit 7 – Arbitration agreement & appointment Unit 8 – Interlocutory applications and arbitration process. 4&5 Diploma Module 3 10 5 Diploma Module 4 Unit 9 – Requirements for preparation of a valid arbitration award. • As above for the Award 5 4 4&5 Diploma in Arbitration Diploma Module 1 Diploma Module 2 7 Unit 3 – The Application of English Law to Arbitration.

Become an RICS Accredited Arbitrator after studying the Diploma in Arbitration Assessment: Attainment of the Learning Outcomes for all units will be assessed by coursework. Candidates that successfully complete Modules 1 and 2 can apply to be a Member of CIArb. In order to be awarded a Pass. Completion of Modules 1 to 4 of the Diploma allows candidates to apply for Fellowship of CIArb (subject to undertaking CIArb peer interview). Attainment of the Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria will be assessed by RICS following approval of the assessment method by RSPH. whose work involves assisting in dispute resolution or who wish to undertake such work. Holders of these qualifications will have demonstrated their knowledge and understanding of the role of arbitration in settling disputes and the processes and procedures that are used in arbitration. DRS . The qualification is suitable for persons of at least ‘A’ level standard or equivalent. candidates must be able to recall/apply relevant knowledge and facts from all parts of the unit specification. Assessment will be subject to external verification by RSPH. They will also be required to demonstrate a satisfactory level of understanding of the principle and concepts used in arbitration such that the candidate will be able to satisfactorily work as a member of a dispute resolution team. RICS qualifications are based on the National Occupational Standards developed by the Construction Skills Council. task-based controlled assessment or by a written examination. Those that successfully complete Module 1 of the Diploma can apply for Associate membership of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).

Calendar Activity Module 1 – Commencement Tutorial 1 Exam Tutorial 2 Submit assignment Module 2 – Commencement Tutorial 1 Exam Tutorial 2 Exam Module 3 – Commencement Tutorial Exam Assessment Module 4 – Commencement Submit assignment Tutorial Exam Assessment Date 15/1/2014 5/2/2014 26/2/2014 2/4/2014 23/4/2014 14/5/2014 6/8/2014 3/9/2014 12/11/2014 10/12/2014 14/1/2015 1/4/2015 29/4/2015 6/5/2015 20/5/2015 24/6/2015 19/8/2015 16/9/2015 30/9/2015 Results for exams/assessment take approx 12 weeks to mark and distribute Register today t 02476 868 584 e drstraining@rics.org w rics.org/drs .

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