Alberta will enact its prompt payment legislation and regulations in 2022, and ADRIA expects to be named as a Nominating Authority (NA) for qualified adjudicators. Similar programs are in place or advancing in other provinces, and the Federal Government will soon propose similar legislation.
Now is the time to enhance your knowledge and training credentials in construction adjudication!
The ADR Institutes have partnered with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to deliver comprehensive construction adjudication training, and the next online series begins in late January.
The Training Program is in three modules:
Module 1: All About Construction Adjudication
Presented online Monday January 31, 2022 – 10:00am – 6:00pm Eastern Time
A one-day overview of how adjudication works and how to get the best out of it – illustrated with a practical case study presented by one of the UK’s most experienced adjudicators on the RICS President’s Panel.
Who will benefit?
This course is designed for construction and client organization staff, property developers, lawyers, quantity surveyors, architects, engineers, project managers, and anyone who would benefit from a clear understanding of adjudication.
It also provides an ideal networking opportunity for prospective adjudicators as well as party representatives and advocates to meet potential users of adjudication in Canada.
Certification: ADRIC-RICS Introduction to Adjudication Program Certificate of Completion
Professional Development Accreditation:
• Eligible for ADRIC Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points
• CPD accreditation pending from all Canadian law societies and other professional bodies.
Members & Non-members: $299 plus applicable taxes
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Module 2: Adjudication Advocate Course – Advising and representing parties in adjudications
Presented online February 7 & 8, 2022 – 10:00am – 5:00pm – Eastern Time
Module 3: The Adjudicator Course
Dates to be confirmed – Spring/Summer 2022