Adjudicate Today continues to strive to improve the standard of traning for adjudicators. Negotiations have been opened with the University of New South Wales to undertake our scheduled 2014 adjudicator and preparer training. (The term preparer includes responder in this context). As courses generally fill within a week of being released, candidates are advised to email with an expression of interest together with a brief CV. Candidates on the "waiting list" will receive notification of course details prior to public release.
Adjudicator training courses are designed for:
- Accredited adjudicators who are desirous of applying to join one or more of the Adjudicate Today panel of adjudicators.
- Professionals working in the building and construction industry and others who are interested in being registered as adjudicators under the applicable payment legislation.
- Professionals working in the building and construction industry and others who wish to represent clients or their employer in making submissions to adjudicators.
In considering this training, please be aware:
- All applicants for appointment to the Adjudicate Today panels must complete the prescribed course. Current adjudicators who have not passed the prescribed course will not be considered for appointment.
- Not all course participants will pass the course.
- Passing the course does not guarantee appointment to the Adjudicate Today panel of adjudicators. Appointment to the panel is determined by the Board of Adjudicate Today which considers a number of factors, including the report of the mentoring adjudicator.
- The number of places in a course is limited to 20.
- There are no refunds for candidates who fail the course. There are no exceptions. In limited circumstances, a candidate who fails the final assessment may be granted a deferred examination at the discretion of the University.
Please register your interest by emailing Bob Gaussen at email@example.com or phone 1300 760 297.
This training course is designed for:
- Professionals working in the building and construction industry, lawyers and others who wish to earn an income preparing adjudication applications and/or adjudication responses for their clients.
- Contractors, sub-contractors and employees engaged in preparing payment claims, payment schedules, adjudication applications and adjudication responses and wish to enhance their skills.
- Lawyers, engineers, architects, quantity surveyors and other professionals who are interested in being accredited as adjudicators and wish to undertake preliminary study.