Construction Adjudication Course

Adjudication is a process of expeditiously resolving construction disputes while construction is in progress by an independent person, the Adjudicator. The Course is suitable for members or non-members of the Institute who are involved directly or indirectly with the Construction Industry e.g. Engineers, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Contractors, Developers, Construction Lawyers etc. and is a prerequisite for those who wish to join the Institute as Associate Members. The Course is followed by submission of a post course assignment in the form of an essay. A pass in this assignment qualifies one to join the Institute as an Associate member.

Upcoming Construction Adjudication Courses

Kshs. 58,500

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fairview Hotel

8th May [Completed]

Module 2 Adjudication

Tutorial 1: 8th May

Tutorial 2: 19th June

* Application forms together with requisite course fee must be submitted on or before 9th April

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Construction Adjudication?

    Construction Adjudication is a formal, private and non-binding process where construction related disputes are resolved by a decision made by an adjudicator. The process of adjudication is a faster, simpler and less expensive and is resolved within a shorter period of time agreed between the parties. Construction Adjudication in Kenya is governed by construction documents such as FIDIC, Standard Construction Documents and CIArbs Adjudication Rules and is quickly growing as a right where disputes arise especially with large construction projects. The Adjudicator to be used must be agreed by the parties or nominated/appointed by an independent body.

  • Who can become a Construction Adjudicator?

    Anyone can become a construction adjudicator. Adjudicators have a legal, architectural, engineering or surveying background. The adjudicator has a judicial role in listening to the facts and evidence presented by the parties, applying the relevant law and issuing a decision. Parties will often seek someone who has the core skills required for an adjudicator and the construction industry and therefore understand its complexities.

  • What will happen at the course?

    The course involves pre-reading material which you must obtain at least one week before the course commences in order to read and carry out the exercises given at the end of each chapter. At the end of the course, those wishing to be considered for membership of the Institute shall submit an essay based on an assignment to be given at the course. The essay shall be submitted within two weeks of the Course and a pass in this essay will qualify one to be admitted as an Associate member. The cost of postage or delivery of pre-reading material will be borne by the participant.

     

    The participants will be presented with a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course. Candidates who are successful in the post course assignment will receive a certificate to that effect and are eligible to join the Institute as Associate members.

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50163-00200 Nairobi

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