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Membership Grade International Programme[UK]
August 22 - August 26£3750
|Venue:||Hilton Hotel, London, United Kingdom.|
|Date:||Thursday 22nd Monday – 26th August 2019.|
|Course Fee:||Three Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty U.K. Pounds Sterling [£3,750.00]
One Million Eight Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand Naira [N1,875,000.00].
|Duration:||5 – Days|
|Bank Details:||Account Name: International Dispute Resolution Institute’s [IDRI]
Bank Name: United Bank For Africa Plc., No. 1 Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro Abuja.
Domiciliary UK Pounds Sterling Account Number: 3001249964,
Nigerian Naira Account Number: 1014072579
Branch/Sort Code Number: 033083463.
|Note:||Participants are responsible for their accommodation, board, visas and transportation. Kindly note that fees are not refundable after payment. Where a participant is unable to attend for good reason IDRI shall be happy to defer his/her attendance to the next programme, terms and conditions apply. All efforts have been made to hold the programmes as scheduled, however, the organizers/speakers cannot be held liable for any changes that may occur.
Early Registration where payment is made 2 months prior to a particular programme’s date, the participant shall be given a 5% discount. Group Registration of a minimum of 5 persons from same organisation would be given a 7.5% discount. Where Group Registration is done within the Early Bird Registration period, IDRI shall give a 10% discount.
|Programme:||INDUCTION CEREMONY & BENEFITS
The induction of new members would take place in London immediately after the programmes. Members can thereafter practice as International & Domestic Arbitrators, Mediators/Conciliators, Negotiators & ADR Practitioners and are entitled to use the prestigious letters M.DRI or A.DRI, after their names, depending on their grades, among other benefits.
Where need be and upon request, the Institute may assist in facilitating visa procurement, terms and conditions apply. Note, however, that the issuance of visas is the prerogative of the British High Commission.