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Dispute Resolution Service Training

Dispute Resolution Service training

Ensure you are prepared to respond to the ever-changing demands of the market by enhancing your skillset and opening new revenue streams for your business.

Our Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) training courses have been designed to equip you with the skills and expertise you need when faced with disputes, 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 of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) or want to become a qualified expert in a particular subject-matter, we have a range of training to support your dispute resolution needs.

All DRS training courses count towards your CPD.

Who is suitable for DRS training?

Our previous and current delegates include professionals from a variety of sectors including:

  • Construction
  • Agriculture
  • Commercial property
  • Planning
  • Geomatics
  • Infrastructure
  • Legal services
  • Staff and client management

Why choose DRS as your training provider?

RICS Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) training courses ensure that you are well equipped to respond to the changing demands of the market by enhancing your skills as a dispute resolution professional.

With over 40 years providing support and guidance to the built environment sector, we are confident that we can support you with our immense pool of industry knowledge and experience.

Our courses

  • This practical face-to-face course embraces the facilitative and evaluative approaches to mediation and will prepare you to mediate the most complex disputes to the highest standards.

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  • Practically orientated, this 12-week blended learning programme will ensure you develop the core competencies needed to be an effective expert witness.

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  • This 18-month course has been designed to provide comprehensive and intensive training to develop your practical skills and further your understanding of the principles of arbitration so that you can confidently advise or represent parties.

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  • Develop the skills and knowledge you need to successfully apply the law of adjudication to the construction industry and seek fee-earning work as an Adjudicator.

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RICS Panellists

Many of our programmes provide the qualifications needed to serve on the RICS President’s Panel of Dispute Resolvers (subject to relevant criteria).

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Contact the DRS team

RICS Dispute Resolution Service
55 Colmore Row
Birmingham
B3 2AA

Call: +44 (0) 2476 868 584

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