A person shall be eligible to apply for the accreditation by the Institute as a Certified International Practitioner, (those with experience only in their home State, will be conferred Certified Practitioner Title) after first being a Fellow of AIADR and then satisfying the Council to have met fully the criteria including but not limited to:
- satisfies the eligibility criteria as a Fellow of AIADR or has been a Fellow of the Institute or a Fellow of another international institute recognized by AIADR to be of equal standard and qualifications as for the Fellow of the Institute; and
- possesses Professional Qualifications, distinguished level of knowledge in alternative dispute resolution through either:
- successfully completing AIADR Module 5; or
- passing Recognised Courses equivalent to Module 5; and
- possessing relevant work experience in alternative dispute resolution of no less than twenty (20) years; and
- Has written at least 3 arbitral awards or 3 adjudication decisions or 5 settlement agreements or 5 expert witness reports respectively; and
- Passed the Interview of the Board of Certified Practitioners, appointed by the Council.
The fields of alternative dispute resolution for specialisation are:
- Expert Witness and Expert Determination.
Depending on the field of expertise in alternative dispute resolution, the Institute grants the post-nominals
- Certified International Arbitrator;
- Certified International Mediator;
- Certified International Adjudicator; and
- Certified International Expert.
Any member of the Institute, who has been granted the use of two or more of the above post-nominals, may use the post-nominals as “Certified International ADR Practitioner.”
Exclusive Benefits for Certified Practitioners
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