ADRIC - Application for the Designation C.Arb, - Revised May 27, 2016 Page 4 of 9
Where the Regional Committee determines that the applicant has satisfied or exceeded IV (A),
Education requirements, and IV (B), Practical Experience requirements, as described in the current
Principles, Criteria, Protocol and Competencies for the Designation Chartered Arbitrator, through
proven skills and competency, longevity in practice and recognition and recommendation by peers,
one or more of the requirements listed in IV (A) and IV (B) of that document may be waived.
Waiver of the Education and Experience Requirements based on proven skills and
competency, longevity in practice and recognition or recommendation of peers is extremely
Do you wish to apply for the waiver of Education and Experience Requirements?
If you are applying for the waiver of Education and Experience Requirements, please provide
the following information marked as ATTACHMENT VII (b):
i. A summary of your education, arbitration (or related practice) including:
length of time (years) arbitrating (or other relevant experience), identified as
full or part time;
number of hours per month or percentage of your time currently engaged as
an arbitrator (or other relevant form of adjudication);
estimated number of cases arbitrated (or adjudicated); and
area (s) in which you perform most of your arbitrations (or adjudications), for
example - commercial, insurance, labour, family, construction or other.
ii. Any awards or recognition related to arbitration or dispute resolution;
iii. Training and education programs developed and/or given by you;
iv. At least 3 letters of reference following the Letters of Reference Guidelines. Letters of
Reference should be forwarded to the Regional Affiliate directly by the referee.
VIII. OTHER INFORMATION
a) Please provide any other information that supports your application as
b) Do you belong to any other dispute resolution organizations or associations? Please