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To become an ICA Technical Arbitrator you must be an ICA Individual Member. Click here to find out more and to apply.
Sorry, we are unable to proceed with your application. To become an ICA Technical Arbitrator you must have successfully completed the exam and modules. Find out more about the basic level. Find out more about the advanced level.
Sorry, we are unable to proceed with your application. To become an ICA Technical Arbitrator you must have 5 years’ experience in the cotton industry.
Sorry, we are unable to proceed with your application. To become an ICA Technical Arbitrator you must be proficient in the English language.
To support your application, please include details of your current employer and provide a copy of your CV (career resume). This information will be verified.
I have read the ICA Articles and the ICA Bylaws & Rules and agree to be bound by them. I agree to complete such additional training and continuous professional development (CPD) training as required by the ICA from time to time and understand that failure to complete such training may make me ineligible to accept appointments.
To support your application, you must have a Proposer and Seconder. Both must be from outside your organisation. The Proposer must be an ICA Director and the Seconder must be an ICA Individual Member. Both must be able to make the following declaration on your behalf: “To the best of our knowledge and belief, the applicant will abide by the ICA Articles, Bylaws & Rules and conform to the accepted standards required of an ICA arbitrator.”
We will now verify and process your application and will contact you again via email within 10 working days. If your application is successful, you will receive a service agreement (to sign and return) and your name will be added to the ICA List of Technical Arbitrators as a ‘probationary arbitrator’. You will then be allocated a mentor (an experienced ICA Arbitrator), who will help you through your probationary period and enable you to observe arbitrations.
If you have any queries, please contact [email protected].