Presenting Cases 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 workshop will be particularly useful for staff or advocates who appear before tribunals. (14 Education Credits)
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