Develop your skills and support the cotton trade by becoming an ICA Arbitrator. Our basic level arbitrator training is the first step in the training process.
Who is the training for?
Aimed at ICA members and non-members who want to become an ICA Arbitrator or who want to learn more about the basic principles of the ICA technical arbitration process.
What is included in the training?
The training provides an introduction to the basic principles of the ICA technical arbitration process. It takes the form of a 45 page document (the course material), which is available as a FREE download from our website. You will also need a copy of the Arbitration Act 1996 and the ICA Bylaws & Rules. Once you have studied the course material, you then need to sit the exam.
Download the Basic Level course material here >
What is the cost?
The course material is FREE to download from our website. To sit the exam, there is a cost equivalent to GBP £100 + vat.
Where can you sit the exam?
You can sit the exam at a range of locations to coincide with the ICA visit schedule. Or, if you prefer, we will try to arrange a location of your choice. Please contact us to discuss.
How can you apply?
Once you have studied the course material, you then need to contact us to schedule your exam.