Certificate In Adjudication
The  course for the Certificate in Adjudication was held in  May 2021. The 2021 Course Outline and Application Form will give you an indication as to the work expected of you should you be interested in attending the next course. The next course is likely to be in the first half of 2022. We will publish the date here when it is set.

10
August
5:15 pm - 6:15 pm

CPD 10 August 2021

The fifth in our 2021/2022 series of one hour CPD Events for Adjudicators will be held on 10 August 2021 commencing at 5:15pm sharp. The session will be 'Ethics for Adjudicators - From Another Angle'. The session is designed to meet the Ethics Core Unit. The session will be led by Christopher Taylor, Barrister, from Trinity Chambers in Cairns. Registrations for this event close at 5:00pm on Monday 9 August 2021. ...

7
September
5:15 pm - 6:15 pm

CPD 7 September 2021

The sixth in our 2021/2022 series of one hour CPD Events for Adjudicators will be held on 7 September 2021 commencing at 5:15pm sharp. The session will be directed to payment schedules, adjudication responses and reasons for withholding payment which are at the heart of every contested payment claim referred to adjudicators. Robert Sundercombe is well placed to address this subject. Robert is an electrical engineer with over 40 years experience. His organization Outcome Management Pty Ltd provides advice and training on technical, contractual, commercial and security of payment issues. Robert has been an adjudicator since 2003 and practices in Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. Robert is a member of the Adjudicators' Forum if asked. Registrations for this event will close at 5:00pm on Monday 6 September 2021. ...

5
October
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

CPD 5 October 2021

CPD 5 October 2021 The seventh in our 2021/2022 series of one hour CPD Events for Adjudicators will be held on 5 October 2021 commencing at 5:15pm sharp (Brisbane time). This session, will be in the capable hands of William Koitka and Christopher Taylor. It considers the dilemma that adjudicators can sometimes face when they identify a position that gives rise to a statutory right to a payment claim that has not been the subject of the submissions of either party. Such a situation may arise on the consideration on the terms of the contract as a whole, or on certain terms (or the absence of certain terms) that have (or have not) been raised by either party. This session will be conducted as a debate between Christopher Taylor – Barrister-of-Law from Trinity Chambers in Cairns and William Koitka, Director of Koicon Pty Ltd. Participants will be presented with a scenario before the session which will be used to establish the issues to be debated. Registrations for this event will close at 5:00pm on Monday 4 October 2021. ...

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