The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Kenya Branch has organised the above two‐day course to be held at Pride Inn Paradise, Mombasa on 10th & 11th October, 2019. This course is designed to give you an understanding of the general principles and practice of arbitration and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
• You wish to learn more about Arbitration and ADR.
• You are considering further study to become a practising Arbitrator, and wish to improve knowledge you have gained at work.
• You wish to join the Institute as and Associate Member
• Introduction to Arbitration
• Jurisdiction and Powers of the Arbitrator
• Interlocutory and Preliminary Proceedings
• Submission to the Arbitration and Disclosure of Documents
• Procedures at the Hearing
• Costs and Interest
• Award Writing and Essentials of a Valid Award
• Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms
• The Arbitration Act 1996
• The Arbitration Acts 1995 History and Development
• The Arbitration Acts 1997
• UNICITRAL Model Law
Soft copy course notes will be available at least two weeks before the commencement of the
course. Only the participants who will have registered and paid the full course fee will be eligible to access the course notes. Hard copy notes, postage or courier delivery will be at the participants cost.
The course fee is Kshs 46,500/‐. The fee caters for tuition, coffee/tea and lunch. The fee can also be paid by installments provided all installments are paid before the closing date of Friday 13th September, 2019.
The Examination fee is included in the course fees.
Course will be held at Pride Inn Paradise, Mombasa.
• Tutorials ‐ 10th & 11th October 2019, from 08.00 to 17.00 hours.
The course will take the form of a series of lectures and discussions and includes the opportunity for you to take part in watching a preliminary meeting and take part in identifying issues from a set scenario.
After successful completion of the 2‐day course, Assessment is completed through an online
multiple‐choice test accessed via LearnADR, CIArb’s online learning platform. Candidates will
be given 28 days to complete and submit the assessment. Candidates must achieve a
minimum overall mark of 55% to pass the course. Successful candidates will be informed
immediately on completion and submission of the test.
Because the use and flexibility of private dispute resolution is growing, the Institute recognises that some students may wish to learn more about Mediation or Construction Adjudication, so we also offer Introduction Courses specifically dealing with these topics.
You are more than welcome to attend more than one Introduction, but you only need to take one test from any one introductory program leading to Associate status.
Application forms can be obtained from Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Kenya Branch) office or from our web site www.ciarbkenya.org . Application will be received on a first come first served bases.
Application forms together with the requisite course fee must be submitted on or before Friday 13th September, 2019