How to become a THAC Arbitrator.
If you wish to make an application, please kindly fill-up the THAC Application Form highlighting your arbitration experience. There will be no charges applicable for the application.
The standard requirement for a successful application is:
1. Tertiary education.
2. Sufficient experience in arbitration.
3. Any membership or accreditation from any professional membership organization for Alternative Dispute Resolution.
The committee will consider every 3 months (January, April, July, October). For the THAC Arbitrator, renewal of empanelment upon expiry of the 3-year term will be automatic. THAC will conduct due diligence and issue a new certificate to you in due course. Please proceed to update your CV.
Send the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Panelists of Arbitrator
Selection criteria THAC has appointed the Arbitration Committee consisting of both local and international experts as the auditing committee. They are selected from their expertise, competency, work experiences, reputation, and recognition as a professional in the field together with the Arbitration Committee’s own review. Alternative Dispute Resolution Academy The ADR Academy is the main body to oversee arbitration training. Coursework is held through collaboration with the world’s leading arbitration centers such as Singapore International Arbitration Center and The Kuala Lumpur Regional Center for Arbitration where experts and specialists are invited to teach at THAC to provide participants direct experiences that will enable them to actually implement the ADR.
Panelists of Arbitrator
Arbitrators with Specific Expertise
Panelists of Mediator
Grooming mediators The THAC carefully selects its would-be mediators by taking into consideration the candidates’ expertise, education, and specialty in each disputed domain. In addition, dispute settlement experiences, reputation, and recognition by the society are also deciding factors. Local and international experts are invited to select mediators. Nurturing mediators The THAC regularly organizes training workshops to enhance mediation skills where it has collaborated with an internationally recognized organization to ensure that mediators are capable to effectively resolve the dispute. While this specialized training is intended to be a means to continue enhancing the mediation know-how, the THAC also organizes general workshops for mediators and the public to learn more about current and future mediation trends.