Arbitration Course

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).

Upcoming Arbitration Courses

Kshs. 58,500

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fairview Hotel

7th August

Module 1

Law Practice & Procedure

Tutorial 1: August 7th

Tutorial 2: September 10th

 

* Application forms together with requisite course fee must be submitted on or before 13th July

Kshs. 59,500

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fairview Hotel

16th August

Module 3

Practice  Procedure & Drafting

Tutorial 1: August 16th

Tutorial 2: September 20th

 

* Application forms together with requisite course fee must be submitted on or before 13th July

Kshs. 46,500

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Strathmore University

3rd & 4th September

Entry Course in Arbitration & ADR

* Application forms together with requisite course fee must be submitted on or before 24th August

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Arbitration?

    Arbitration is a formal, private and binding process where disputes are resolved by a final award made by one or more independent arbitrators. The process of arbitration is a faster, simpler and less expensive. The parties involved in a dispute must consent to arbitration and the arbitrator(s) to be used must be agreed by the parties or nominated by an independent appointing authority.

  • Who can become an Arbitrator?

    Anyone can become an arbitrator. While many arbitrators are in the legal profession, many are not and come from various professional and technical backgrounds; arbitration is a secondary profession. The arbitrator has a judicial role in listening to the facts and evidence presented by the parties, applying the relevant law and issuing a final award. parties will often seek someone who has the core skills required for an arbitrator and knows the area of business that the dispute has arisen in and therefore understand its complexities

  • What will happen at the course?

    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.

    Participants will be issued a Post - Course assignment at the end of the second day. One will be expected to type-write their submissions as per the instructions on the assignment paper. The assignment will be marked out of 100%. Successful candidates will be informed in 90 days of receipt of the submissions.

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Get In Touch

 

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (K)

Nicholson Drive, Off Ngong Road

50163-00200 Nairobi

Phone: 0722200496 | 0734652205

Email: info@ciarbkenya.org

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