The International Trade Arbitration course wound up its activities at Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCI) headquarters here on Saturday . The four-day event , organised by Qatar International Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration (QICCA) discussed the alternative means for settling disputes and arbitration conciliation as per the Qatari law, said a press release the QCCI issued here today. More than 30 men of law and trade arbitrators attended the course. At the end of the course, chairman of QCCI board of directors, HE Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Bin Mohamed Al Thani, distributed certificates to the participants. In an address on the occasion, HE Sheikh Thani Bin Ali Bin Saud Al Thani , the (QICCA) secretary general the course dealt with key topics related to trade arbitration noting that the said centre would organise other courses in support of the private sector and qualify the skills of the arbitrators and promote their efficiency. The Qatar International Center for Conciliation and Arbitration (QICCA) has been established in 2006 by virtue of a resolution of the Qatar Chamber‘s Board of Directors to create an efficient and swift mechanism to settle disputes between Qatari enterprises or between national companies and their foreign counterparts. The Center seeks to follow the most recent trends in organizing conciliation and arbitration procedures through its adoption of the model rules prepared by the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) as revised in 2010. The Center is part of the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry and recommends to its members the use of some model clauses for conciliation and/or arbitration in their national or international contracts. The Center maintains lists of conciliators, arbitrators and experts of international reputation in different areas in order to choose from such lists by the interested parties. The Center aims to organize seminars, workshops and conferences to prepare and to train future arbitrators and to encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution methods. The Center is a full member in the International Federation for Commercial Arbitration Institutions (IFCAI).