Module 1 - Prime Dispute Introduction to International Arbitration
Understanding international arbitration and
its practice and purpose in the commercial world.
Module 2 - Prime Dispute Diploma in International Arbitration
This Diploma in International Arbitration is for candidates who are seeking to become an Arbitrator or represent parties in Arbitration and support industry in resolving disputes as an alternative to litigation.
Module 3 - Prime Dispute International Arbitration - Panels (Optional)
This Module is aimed and available to candidates after they have successfully completed 'Module 2: Diploma in International Arbitration' or have been invited to join 'Prime Dispute's Arbitration Panels'. This course is for candidates who are
seeking to gain FPD (Fellow Prime Dispute) membership designation.
1) What is Prime Dispute Arbitration Training ?
Prime Dispute understands the needs of Industry and supports arbitration as a viable alternative to litigation in a commercially sensitive world. Prime Dispute's arbitration courses provide the skills required to effectively understand and arbitrate B2B (Business to Business), B2C (Business to Consumer) and arbitral disputes within Industry. Our courses also support individuals seeking to understand, act as an international arbitrator and/or professionals who represent parties in Arbitral situations. Our Arbitration training courses include assessment for Prime Dispute’s internationally recognised membership designation.
2) Why choose Prime Dispute's Arbitration Training ?
Prime Dispute understands the roles of arbitrators and professionals representing parties in arbitral proceedings and provides an arbitration programme that delivers on the core values needed to understand both Industry and the parties who require an effective alternative to litigation.
The Arbitration courses are designed in association with expert practitioners as well as a specialist team of executives who have worked within industry and the dispute avoidance and resolution environment.
The training prepares candidates to arbitrate disputes within industry and our arbitrators are fully supported by Prime Dispute during and post training. In addition, Prime Dispute provides a supportive forum of global contacts who have the same mission and vision as Prime Dispute.
3) English Language Standards for Arbitration Training Courses
Prime Dispute welcomes applications from international candidates for
our Arbitration programmes.
Prime Dispute's Arbitration programme is delivered in English, including all associated services relating to our courses. Candidates should, therefore, meet minimum language standards. Candidates should have achieved a standard that is, as a minimum, equivalent to the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) level 7 or a score of 94-101 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) system. Prime Dispute will not require any evidence of this prior to enrolment to the course. However, it is emphasised that candidates who do not have this standard of English are likely to be at a disadvantaged throughout the process.
4) What are the key features of our Arbitration training courses?
Prime Dispute's courses are taught by experienced practitioners, and many of our senior fellows have industry, arbitration and dispute avoidance and resolution experience. This ensures that the courses are constantly refreshed with the latest industry thinking, ethics, rules, procedures and good practice, and provide candidates with the opportunity to associate with people who can provide hands-on
experience and insight into their specialist area of Arbitration.
The Arbitration courses will enable you to support the challenges of B2B and B2C clients by providing knowledge, practical and analytical and techniques in a range of key business areas. The courses are designed to help you broaden your experience, increase your practising options and significantly enhance your career in arbitration through:
(a) Expert teaching - Prime Dispute's course delivery includes educators who have global experience, knowledge and practical skills within the arbitration world.
(b) Global Flexibility - As our members are global we have the ability to deliver courses outside the UK. For further information please
((c) Excellent resources - Prime Dispute provides a supportive learning environment with online policies, procedures and access to a wide range of updates within the Arbitration world within the e-Industry newsletter.
5) Links with Business and Industry
Our links with the professional world are facilitated through our membership, many of whom work within industry resolving disputes on a commercial basis. These links further serve to ensure that the course's teaching remains at the forefront of current developments and thinking in the use of arbitration.
6) Learning Support
Prime Dispute's supportive membership helps you achieve your academic and career goals in becoming an active arbitrator or representing parties within industry. Once you have gained your training and receive your membership designation, further practical experience and mentoring is recommended for those seeking to practise as an arbitrator. Our social media platforms will also keep you ahead of the
curve in terms of what happening in the world of Arbitration.
7) Who Teaches this Course
Prime Dispute is an internationally recognised membership organisation which is leading the promotion and development of dispute avoidance and resolution. All our educators are fully accredited and experienced and are recognised in the Arbitration fraternity. Many have worked at senior levels within the dispute avoidance/resolution businesses; They can teach you how to turn theory into practice with the use of case studies and exemplars.
As we are a key supporter of 'Women in Industry' in certain cases if you prefer to have your training delivered by our female arbitrators in-house please contact us.
About Prime Dispute
Prime Dispute is a global membership and educational organisation in dispute avoidance & resolution. Providing innovative solutions for commercial disputes as an alternative to litigation.
Our purpose - helping industry create a more prosperous and conflict free working world.
Our Vision & Mission
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