Individuals who wish to upgrade their membership and would like qualifications, which are not part of the Recognised Course Providers Scheme, can be considered for exemption.
We offer exemptions in:
- Construction Adjudication
- Domestic Arbitration
- International Arbitration
Find out how to apply for an individual exemption
Recognised Course Provider (RCP) Exemptions
Our RCP scheme provides formal recognition to educational institutions offering modules or courses in Dispute Resolution and awards a specific level of exemption to the candidates who complete these modules so they can become CIArb members.
Read more about the RCP scheme
AICA has a Pathways Programme in Domestic Arbitration and International Arbitration which covers the law of obligations, the law of arbitration, arbitration practice and procedure and award writing. Fast track assessment programmes are available for legal professionals with experience in arbitration.
AICA has a Pathways Programme in Mediation which covers the basic principles of mediation; skills based training, law of obligations and mediation theory.
AICA has a Pathways Programme in Construction Adjudication which covers the law of obligations, the law of adjudication, adjudication practice and procedure and decision writing. Fast track assessment programmes are available for legal professionals with experience in arbitration.