Certificate In Adjudication May 2021
The next course for the Certificate in Adjudication will be held on 11, 12 and 13 May 2021. The 2021 Course Outline and Application Form will give you an indication as to the work expected of you in this course and details of the course fee. Registration will not be available on line. The process for registering for the course is set out in the 2021 Course Outline and Application Form. Note that applications close on 3 May 2021.

18
May
5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Zoom Online

CPD 18 May 2021

The second in our series of one hour CPD Events for Adjudicators for the 2021/2022 CPD year will be held on 18 May 2021 commencing at 5:15pm sharp (Brisbane time). The session is directed to payment schedules, adjudication responses and reasons for withholding payment and will be led by Robert Sundercombe. Robert is an electrical engineer with over 40 years experience in the construction industry in Australia and overseas. His organization, Outcome Management Pty Ltd, provides advice to a wide range of clients on technical, contractual, commercial and security of payment issues. He has been an adjudicator since 2003 and practices in Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. ...

15
June
5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Zoom Online

CPD 15 June 2021

The third in our series of one hour CPD Events for Adjudicators for the 2021/2022 CPD year will be held on 15 June 2021 commencing at 5:15pm sharp (Brisbane time). The subject matter for the session is ‘Ethical considerations for Adjudicators - an outline of the Statutory, Regulatory and Common Law context in which Adjudicators operate.’ It has been developed to meet the core unit for Ethics in the CPD Policy. The session will be led by David Campbell-Williams. David is a Lawyer of over 40 years' standing, who has practised substantially in construction and engineering matters, especially in dispute resolution. He has acted for Principals and Contractors and for almost 10 years, was the Deputy General Counsel of the Transport for NSW Agency, Sydney Trains and its predecessor RailCorp, where he was effectively the Principal. He has since 2000, had a substantial involvement in “security of payment”, as a partner in several Law Firms, as an IAMA Adjudicator and as a trainer. David developed the security of payment component of Melbourne University’s very popular  Master of Construction Law subject Payment Matters in Construction Projects, which he has taught every year since 2008, as a Senior Fellow of the Law School. ...

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