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Why train with CIArb?

Whether you're new to ADR and want to find out more, or an experienced practitioner looking for career-enhancing training, CIArb has a course and qualification for you.

Our Pathways programme – ranging from Introductory Certificate, Advanced Certificate and Diploma will give you the specialist knowledge and skills you need to get ahead in ADR, whilst also qualifying you for membership of CIArb.

Our training features include:

  • Worldwide reputation for excellence and service
  • Expert tutors who are leading practitioners and academics in the field of ADR
  • High quality training and workbooks designed by experts in the field
  • Courses that are suitable for all levels of experience
  • Fast-track courses for experienced professionals
  • Flexible and tailored training options with courses delivered worldwide
  • Tiered programme to support career progression
  • Rigorous teaching and assessment standards
  • High quality training facilities
  • High level of candidate satisfaction through word of mouth recommendation
  • Experienced Education team to help with deciding which course is right for you

Extend your CPD

Extend your CPD

CIArb offers ad hoc career development courses, which enhance the skills of dispute resolvers in line with international professional standards and alternative dispute resolution markets.

Become an Arbitrator

Become an Arbitrator

CIArb offers a structured Pathways Programme in Domestic Arbitration and International Arbitration.These cover the law of obligations, the law underpinning arbitration, practice and procedure and award writing.

Become a Mediator

Become Mediator resized

CIArb offers a structured Pathways Programme in Domestic Arbitration and International Arbitration.These cover the law of obligations, the law underpinning arbitration, practice and procedure and award writing.

Become a Construction Adjudicator

Become a Construction Adjudicator resized

CIArb offers a structured Pathways Programme in Domestic Arbitration and International Arbitration.These cover the law of obligations, the law underpinning arbitration, practice and procedure and award writing.