Expression of Interest for Trainers and Coaching Opportunities with ADRBC

MEDIATION COURSES

ADRBC is investing in experienced Trainers and Coaches to deliver Mediation Courses.

Trainer requirements to instruct;
National 40 hour Introduction to Mediation Course

ü You must be a member in good standing with ADR Institute of British Columbia & the ADR Institute of Canada
ü You must have your Chartered Mediator designation or you meet the requirements to be a Chartered Mediator as set forth by the ADR Institute of Canada.

ü You must complete and return the Trainer Application Form to the following email: educationmed@adrbc.com

Coaching requirements to coach National 40 hour Introduction to Mediation Course

ü You must be a member in good standing with ADR Institute of British Columbia & the ADR Institute of Canada
ü You must have your Qualified Mediator designation or you meet the requirements to be a Q.Med as set forth by the ADR Institute of Canada.
ü You must complete and return the Coaching Application form to the following email: educationmed@adrbc.com

If you have a passion for sharing your experience and expertise in the ADR field and you would like this opportunity to advance your career as a Trainer &/or Coach then we invite you to download and complete the Mediation Trainer and Coach application forms and submit them to: educationmed@adrbc.com

  



ARBITRATION COURSES

ARBITRATION INSTRUCTOR ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

ü  Member in good standing of ADRBC and ADRIC.

ü  Chartered Arbitrator (C.Arb) designation or equivalent

ü  Successful completion of the ADRBC arbitration courses Parts I, II and III or equivalent.

ü  Significant experience as an arbitrator or adjudicator.

ü  Experience teaching and facilitating adult work groups or equivalent experience.

ü  Responsible for marking all assignments for courses he/she instructs.

Part I - Basic Law for Arbitrators

Text: Basic Law and Business Administration in Canada, Current Edition

ü  Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of the topics covered in the text

ü  Should be or have been a practicing lawyer in a related field or can demonstrate equivalent knowledge and experience in the text topics.

Part II – Conduct of Arbitration

Text: The Arbitration Practice Handbook; ADRIC (2006)

ü  Significant experience as an arbitrator

Part III – Arbitration Skills Workshop – Hearing & Decision Writing

Significant experience as an arbitrator

ü  Experience providing feedback to adult learners

ARBITRATION COACH ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

ü  Member in good standing of ADRBC and ADRIC.

ü  Qualified Arbitrator (Q.Arb) designation or equivalent

ü  Successful completion of the ADRBC arbitration courses Parts I, II and III or equivalent.

ü  Significant experience as an arbitrator or adjudicator.

ü  Experience teaching and facilitating adult work groups or equivalent experience.

Download the Arbitration Trainer and Coach requirements and if you are an experienced Instructor or Coach and this opportunity interests you, contact us via email to info@adrbc.com .

   

Advance Your Career as a Trainer &/or Coach

 

Download and Complete the Mediation and Arbitration Trainer and Coach Application Forms (Word Documents)

Coaching Experience Application
(Microsoft Word Document)
Training Experience Application
(Microsoft Word Document)


Contact Us



The office is located in Vancouver.

ADR Institute of British Columbia

(formerly the BCAMI)
300 - 1275 West 6th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6H 1A6

Contact our Member & Client Relations at: 
Email: mcrelations@adrbc.com

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