Presenting Cases before Tribunals is a two day hands on skill building experience. The participants learn what and how to prepare an effective case before a tribunal or decision maker. They discover what matters to decision makers. Participants will practice particular skills and techniques through a mock hearing. They take away tips, practice guides, and forms. This course will be particularly useful for staff or advocates who appear before tribunals. This course qualifies for the Certificate in Tribunal Administrative Justice™ (CTAJ™). (14 Professional Education Hours)
Purpose: To develop your case presentation skills and to make your presentations more effective and successful.
Participants will take away:
- three key principles to ensure fairness in hearings
- 6 things to consider and 12 questions to ask when preparing for the hearing
- a format to organize your materials for ease of presentation
- tips to identify potential questions for the evidence
- a checklist for an opening statement for your case
- 5 key things to include a closing argument for your case
- confidence in presenting cases.
Recommended prior FOAJ Training: Principles of Administrative Justice
$1,070 Members / $1,320.00 Non Members