Becoming a Member

ADRIM has four membership categories: Full Member, Corporate Member, Retired Practitioner Member and Student Member.  The membership year is January 1st to December 31st.

Full

A Full Member resides in Manitoba or practices ADR in Manitoba and is entitled to all the rights, privileges and services of ADRIM including the right to hold office and to vote.  Only Full Members are also members of the national organization, ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC), and have access to discounted professional liability insurance and ADR Connect.  ADR Connect is a fully searchable database of ADR practitioners which ADRIC uses to appoint members to rosters and which the public uses to find practitioners.  A link to ADR Connect can be found on our homepage.

Corporate

A Manitoba corporation, firm, company, organization, not-for-profit, or government department that supports, encourages, accesses or delivers ADR services, and has a commitment toward demonstrating leadership in ADR in Manitoba, may become a Corporate Member.  The corporation will purchase 4 or more Full Memberships on behalf of persons within its organization, staff, board, volunteers or team.  The corporation will then receive 25% off the cost of those 4 memberships.  The persons upon whose behalf the memberships were purchased are entitled to all the rights, privileges and services of ADRIM, including the right to hold office and to vote, and those persons will also be members of the national organization, ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC).  The corporation/organization may also describe itself as a member of ADRIM.

Note: To apply for Corporate membership, please contact the office for application instructions.

Student

A Student Member is a person who is enrolled in a full-time course of study as documented by the Manitoba institution attended by the student. This includes those who are enrolled in high school, post-secondary institutions, as well as articling students.  A Student Member is entitled to all the rights, privileges and services of ADRIM, including the right to hold office and to vote, if s/he is 18 or older.

Retired Practitioner

A retired practitioner resides in Manitoba and has been a member of ADRIM in good standing for at least three years, supports the goals and objectives of ADRIM, and is either retired or otherwise on leave from his/her ADR practice.  A Retired Practitioner Member is entitled to all the rights, privileges and services of ADRIM, including the right to hold office and to vote.

How to Apply for Membership


Complete the membership application form: click here.*

(*Exception: For Corporate memberships, please contact the office for application instructions.)

Note: If you are already in our database or on our mailing list, you may click "Sign in" in the top right corner, enter your Username (e-mail address), and click "Forgot my password" to create a password.  If you are not yet in our database, click "Create a new account."  Click on the "Membership" tab to access and complete the application form.

Your application will be reviewed once payment is received (see information below on fees) and you will be informed of your membership status as soon as possible.

Your e-mail address will be used to send information regarding roster opportunities, job opportunities, professional development opportunities, conference notices, newsletters, etc.  If you do not wish to receive information by e-mail from ADRIM or ADRIC, please inform us.

We utilize a Member Portal for all members.  It allows for online payments such as membership fees, membership renewals and event registrations. 

Annual Membership Fees


Full Member:
  $190 (plus GST on national portion of dues)

Note: If you are already a Full member of ADR Institute of Canada via a regional affiliate other than Manitoba, and you wish to have membership in both affiliates, you may apply to ADRIM as a "Multi-Region Full Member" where you would be exempt from paying the national portion of the membership dues a second time.  Please contact our office if you have questions.

Corporate:  $190 (plus GST on national portion of dues) per member, 25% discount for 4 members

Student:
  $25 (no GST)

Retired Practitioner:  $25 (no GST)

Membership application fees are pro-rated quarterly.


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