|ALL INFORMATION FOR ADR PROFESSIONALS AT A GLANCE!|
|ADR practitioners are arbitrators, conflictcoaches, mediators, and negotiators. ADR Register certifies ADR practitioners and ADR legal entities (companies, organizations, professional bodies, associations, co-operating groups etc.). ADR is the abbreviation for Alternative Dispute Resolution. ADR offers smart, time- and cost effective processes in order to prevent or settle conflicts and disputes.|
|ADR REGISTER: RELIABLE, SOLID, INDEPENDENT, INNOVATIVE|
|ADR REGISTER CERTIFICATION EXPLAINED|
|OUR MAIN SCOPES (click on the main scope to read and download the admission/entry requirements)|
|OUR SUB-SCOPES (click on the sub-scope to read and download the admission/entry requirements)|
ADR Register distinguishes different sub types. Sub types can be linked to criteria that the practitioner must meet and against which ADR Register tests. A practitioner is not required to register under a sub type.
Examples of sub-types are:
Experienced based levels
Disciplinary based levels
Awarding based levels
|CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (click on the document to read and download)|
All practitioners are obliged to meet the CPD requirements.
ADR Register has a complaint handling system that focuses on handling grievances, complaints, and disputes against and between practitioners.
The system aims to:
Our core premise is:
|OUR FEES - PRICELIST|
|WHAT IS CERTIFICATION|
|Certification is the awarding of a quality mark (certificate) to individuals and companies/organizations based on an independent audit process (admission audit), against previously known and public criteria, which are the same for everyone. Every admission audit is reproducible/verifiable. Our certificate holders are found and made visible in the public register https://adr-register.com and may be sublisted in one or more other sub-registers.|
|WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CERTIFICATION|
|ADR Register certification aims to: