Ensure you are prepared to respond to the ever changing demands of the current market by enhancing your skillset and opening new revenue streams for your business as a skilled dispute resolver.
Disputes are inevitable in any industry, and more built environment professionals are getting involved in managing conflict situations, representing parties in disputes and acting as arbitrators, experts, mediators, adjudicators and dispute board members.
Professionals are increasingly required to have the skills and competencies to help clients avoid or resolve disputes quickly and as inexpensively as possible.
Dispute Resolution Training
Our Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) training courses have been designed to equip you with the skills and expertise you need to become experts in dispute resolution, so that you can confidently act as a dispute resolver and advise, or represent your clients, across the built environment sectors.
Whether you are looking for an overview in a particular subject area or a longer, accredited qualification, we offer a range of modules, workshops and qualifications to meet your needs.
Many of our programmes provide the qualifications needed to service on the RICS President’s Panel of Dispute Resolvers.
All DRS training courses count towards your CPD.
Who should attend DRS training?
Our previous and current delegates include professionals from a variety of sectors including:
- Commercial property
- Legal services
- Staff and client management
Why choose DRS as your training provider?
We are experts in the built environment. All of our dispute resolution professionals have extensive experience in their subject areas and remain independent impartial experts.
DRS has been providing support and guidance to the built environment for over 40 years, and we can support you with our immense pool of industry knowledge.
For more information on current DRS training courses, or to enquire about future training dates and pricing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 02476 868584
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