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Virtual Diploma in International Maritime Arbitration 2024

Venue:
Virtual

Date & Time:
3 April 2024

Bookable until:
20 March 2024

Number of spaces:
16

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Price

£5,275.00 GBP

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The number of international maritime arbitrations has grown over the past few years and is expected to continue to increase. The scale, diverse range and complexity of maritime arbitrations means that it is essential to have the right knowledge and skills to navigate this field.

“A demanding but highly rewarding course, expertly conducted, with sessions presented by practitioners highly experienced in their field. Lots of valuable knowledge gained also from interaction with other participating students, of various backgrounds - who shared experience from different sectors of the maritime industry.” - Captain Dariusz Gozdzik, Independent Maritime Consultant, Leicester Maritime

Ciarb’s Virtual Diploma in International Maritime Arbitration equips you with the relevant knowledge and skills to help you advance in this field. It is ideal for:

  • Professionals wishing to increase their knowledge and relevant skills in the field of international maritime arbitration.
  • Members or Fellows of Ciarb who have experience of domestic or international arbitration practice and wish to extend their knowledge to include international maritime arbitration procedures.

Upon successfully completing the course and all corresponding assessments, you can apply to become a Ciarb Fellow. Fellowship (FCIArb) is internationally recognised and respected. When you become a Ciarb Fellow, you join a distinguished group of experienced alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practitioners. Fellowship unlocks eligibility to join Ciarb’s and other global dispute panels.

“This was an excellent course, extremely well delivered by a highly experienced and very knowledgeable faculty. It met all my expectations. I met some lovely people and the opportunity to network with them and the faculty members in particular is unquestionably valued added.”
Olufunke Agbor, FCIArb, Partner, Dentons ACAS-Law, Lagos Nigeria 

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How is the course delivered?

The Diploma is delivered virtually. It runs from 3 April to 26 June 2024, one day a week (Wednesdays - time to be confirmed).

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How will I be assessed?

The Virtual Diploma in International Maritime Arbitration is split into three parts:

PART 1

Part 1 looks at the legal and practical framework of international maritime arbitration. This includes relevant international instruments, types of arbitration, the powers of an arbitrator and the fundamentals of an enforceable award. It also gives candidates the opportunity to look deeper at discrete themes in international maritime arbitration. The assessment is accessed via Ciarb’s learning platform, LearnADR. You will be given 48 consecutive hours within a five-day window to complete the assessment. You must achieve a minimum overall mark of 65% to pass.

PART 2

Candidates must take and pass an online exemption test on the common law and civil law of contract and tort before commencing the Part 3 assessment. Existing Fellows of Ciarb are exempt from having to complete Part 2.

PART 3

Candidates must take and pass an International Maritime Award Writing assessment, which they complete at home and submit via Ciarb’s online platform.

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What are the entry requirements?

To be considered for the Diploma you must meet both of the following minimum entry requirements:

  • Ciarb Members and non-members with a minimum of five years’ professional workplace experience as, for example, a lawyer, surveyor, accountant, insurer, shipbroker or similar. This experience must involve communicating with others, problem-solving, managing workloads effectively, decision-making and the exercise of judgment, and;
  • You must be actively involved in and have experience of Arbitration and wish to extend your knowledge in International Maritime Arbitration procedures.

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How do I apply?

To be considered for this programme, please send your CV to Andrea Khan at akhan@ciarb.org 31 January 2024.

Click here for the full course details.

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Ciarb members are eligible for 10% discount on this Diploma if their application is accepted and confirmed and payment is made in full before midnight GMT on 29 February 2024.

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To unlock this course/assessment, you need to have at least one of the below prerequisites completed

No additional courses are unlocked by this course

Fellow

CIArb membership is an internationally recognized professional status in Alternative Dispute Resolution. It demonstrates a high standard of education and experience along with a commitment to development and keeping your skills current. Successfully passing this course will make you eligible for Fellow Grade. CIArb Fellowship is recognized across the global industries as a symbol of peak professionalism. Achieving Fellowship tells clients, colleagues, and regulators that you have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to achieving the highest level of knowledge, skills, and behaviors. Fellows can use the designatory letters FCIArb.