ADRIC-RICS Construction Adjudication Training Program -
Module 2: Adjudication Advocate Course
Monday June 21 and Tuesday June 22, 2021 - 8:00am - 4:00pm each day - MOUNTAIN TIME
*****NOTICE - BEFORE YOU REGISTER FOR MODULE 2, PLEASE NOTE - If you wish to be considered for the Q.Adj designation/ ADRIC-RICS Panel inclusion, you must first review the criteria and, if you believe you meet the criteria, submit an application. If successful, you will then be notified to move forward to register for Modules 2 (and 3).
This course will be presented online.
Advance registration required no later than Sunday June 13th at 11:59pm ET (to allow time to ship 3 books to registrants prior to the Module 2 start date.)
Registered participants will be sent an email with the ZOOM link the Friday before the course. Please be sure to check your Spam as the emails are often pushed there as "unrecognized email".
CANCELLATION POLICY - MODULE 2: If you must cancel, notice must be received in writing. All refund requests received up to one week prior to the date of the event will receive a refund less $400*. Notice must be received NO LATER THAN 11:59pm ET, THREE DAYS PRIOR to the date of the event to receive a refund less $500*. No refunds available after that point.
Advising and representing parties in adjudications
This intense two-day program is designed for prospective adjudication party representatives, and advocates, and legal and built environment professionals for whom a more detailed understanding of construction adjudication will be beneficial for their work in advising clients.
It provides delegates with a solid understanding of the procedure and law of adjudication. Learn how to collate evidence and prepare written submissions for an adjudication, how to present oral evidence should a hearing be needed, how to manage clients’ expectations, what to do with a decision once delivered, how to get the decision enforced, and what to do if the decision is challenged. It also provides a specific focus on conflicts of interest, and ethics, and jurisdictional points that they might need to make on behalf of their clients.
This program also provides an ideal networking opportunity for prospective adjudicators, party representatives and advocates and professionals advising clients on adjudication in Canada to meet and learn from each other’s experiences and perspectives.
Assessment: This module is subject to a formal assessment by an online multiple choice test.
This module is mandatory for trainee adjudicators.
ADRIC-RICS Adjudication Advocate Certificate
Professional Development Accreditation:
• Eligible for ADRIC Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points
• CPD accreditation pending from all Canadian law societies and other professional bodies.
Please visit the ADRIC website for more information - click here.
ADRIC Full members: $795 plus applicable taxes
Non-members: $995 plus applicable taxes
NOTICE - BEFORE YOU REGISTER FOR MODULE 2, PLEASE NOTE. If you wish to be considered for the Q.Adj designation/ ADRIC-RICS Panel inclusion, you must first review the criteria and, if you believe you meet the criteria, submit an application. If successful, you will then be notified to move forward to register for Modules 2 (and 3).
ADRIC Full Members: "Sign in" to this page with your Member Portal login credentials. Scroll to the bottom of this page and click "Register Myself" and then click "Proceed to Checkout" to go to your Cart.
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*Administrative fees include the cost and shipping of the books. Books may not be returned for refund.