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Appetite for adjudication training strong in Ontario: Experts

Saturday, 1st December 2019

"Judging by the number of participants at a two-day training session held in Toronto in September, there is considerable interest and enthusiasm for Ontario’s adjudication system which came into effect on Oct. 1 part of the new Construction Act.

Approximately 45 people attended the session which was held in the headquarters of the conflict resolution services firm ADR Chambers.

But it wasn’t just the high number of people that is indicative of the interest in the adjudication process, says Jason Stitt, a Toronto-based instructor, facilitator, mediator, trainer, and coach with the Stitt Feld Handy Group, a division of ADR Chambers.

“They (the participants) were very excited about adjudication and were asking a lot of questions” says Stitt, the program instructor and facilitator of the construction adjudication and Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts (ODACC) orientation program.

A cross-section of industry representatives, ranging from architects to engineers, quality surveyors and contractors took part in the training. Some were from out of province and there even a few from Ireland and the United Kingdom, he says."

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Contact: Dan O'Reilly

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