Course on Conduct and Practice of Arbitration
The National Construction Council is organizing a three day course on Conduct and Practice of Arbitration.
OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE
The objectives of the course are:
To create awareness on the various methods of settling commercial disputes particularly alternative dispute resolution mechanism [ADR].
To create awareness on the procedures for arbitration as means of resolving commercial disputes.
To equip participants with knowledge on Law and procedural aspects of Arbitration.
The course will cover the following: Settlement of dispute practice, Mediation in the Courts of Law, Law of Arbitration, Appointment of Arbitrators, Powers and Jurisdiction of the Arbitrator, Inter-locutory matters, Hearing procedure, Costs and Interest, Award and Challenges on Award. At the end of the course, participants will sit for an examination.
Participation is open to all those who are interested in the resolution of commercial disputes through arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. The course is of particular interest to: Architects, Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Contractors, Estate Managers, Insurance personnel, Lawyers, Shipping industry personnel and other professionals.
The course will be conducted at HOLIDAY INN Dar es Salaam.
The course will run for three days from 23rd – 25th September, 2020. Each day the course will start at 8.30 AM.
The course fee is Tshs. 750,000.00 per participant.The fee is to cover for course materials, lunch, and refreshments. Participants should make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.Those who do not wish to attend the course but would like to sit for the examination only are also invited at a fee of Tshs. 375,000.00. Payments should be made through the NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION COUNCIL NMB account via payment control number. Early booking and confirmation is essential.
NB: Please make your booking and Payment before 20th September, 2020.
For more details please contact:
National Construction Council
P.O. Box 70039,
Dar es Salaam