Zoom for Arbitrators
Get yourself set up for arbitrating online with our new Hunt ADR Zoom for Arbitrators Module. This one hour online module uses Zoom to show you how to set up and run arbitration procedures online.
Price: £90 plus VAT
Duration: 1 hour
CPD: 1 hour
How to Book: Email or complete the Contact Us form.
Dates on application
Arbitrator Experience Programme
As a leading arbitration service provider we know how hard it is to break into arbitration, and to hold your place at the table. With this in mind, we have developed ArbEx – providing qualified arbitrators with a pathway to success in this highly competitive field.
ArbEx is a CDP programme for qualified arbitrators. It is not a training programme. Hunt ADR does not currently provide arbitrator training, we recommend that if you wish to be trained as an arbitrator you seek guidance from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. To take part in ArbEx you must be trained to MCIArb / FCIArb / Chartered status and must have award writing experience.
Successful applicants will receive up to 10 appointments across a range of schemes. Upon completion of the programme participants will receive a Certificate of Verification and a detailed Performance Feedback Report which can be used to help to secure further appointments.
Limited places are available on a first come first served basis. A waiting list is maintained. A one-off administration fee of £75 plus VAT applies.
What Applicants Can Expect From Hunt ADR
Up to 10 appointments on documents-only* arbitration cases covering several different consumer and commercial schemes
Pre-publication proof reading
Upon completion of 10 Awards one of our Award Feedback Reviewers will assess your awards and write a Performance Feedback Report for your records**
A Certificate of Verification
Award templates, anonymised awards for reference, relevant directions and rules will be provided
Access to one or more portals containing all case materials where applicable
Full administrative support
Hunt ADR is a signatory and supporter of the ERA Pledge - see here for further details
What Hunt ADR Expects From Applicants
Applicants will be MCIArb / FCIArb (arbitrator route) or Chartered Arbitrators and will have award writing experience
Applicants will hold relevant professional indemnity insurance
All relevant rules and guidelines must be followed
Draft Awards to be provided for proofing by professional arbitration award proof readers at least three days before due date
Awards to be sent for publishing post proofing within 28 days of appointment / receipt of all relevant information, subject to scheme rules
All Awards must be fully reasoned and written in clear English
Successful applicants must be available for appointment with an expectation that ArbEx will be completed within 6 months of the first appointment
For further information or to apply please:
Email ArbEx Applications or write to
Hunt ADR, ArbEx, PO Box 12627, Billericay CM12 2EZ.
Please include details of your training and experience to-date along with a full arbitration / ADR resume. Please note that all schemes operate under English law.
*Though schemes are predominantly documents-only, some do include hearing provisions. We reserve the right not to provide appointments if we have concerns about the quality of the work of the candidate | **The Performance Feedback Report will include information relating to the quality of awards published under the programme and may be shared, if required, by the Applicant in order to promote their practice as an arbitrator. Hunt ADR may publish anonymised versions of Performance Feedback Reports on its website and elsewhere.