Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) involves the use of principled negotiations, mediation and arbitration to resolve disputes between individuals, businesses, insured and insurers, individuals and government agencies, and within families. The ADR certificate program is aimed at those who participate in negotiations, mediation and arbitration as part of their current job responsibilities, or those who seek to acquire these skills as part of their career advancement. This program will particularly benefit employees and agents representing parties participating in the mediation or arbitration process. These processes can occur in the civil justice system, in the context of labour grievances and employment standards complaints, and in pursuing no-fault automobile insurance benefits.
Note: Online courses have not been accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
|Legal Research||BCTA 200|||||||||
|Business Law||BLAW 100|||||||||||
|Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration||LADR 100|||||||||
|Commercial Dispute Resolution||LADR 101|||||
|Court Process and Mediation||LADR 102|||||||
|Employment/Labour Dispute Resolution||LADR 103|||||
|Family Mediation||LADR 104|||||
|General Insurance Mediation||LADR 105|||||