Principles of Administrative Justice 

Principles of Administrative Justice is an introductory or refresher course for administrative decision makers, investigators, staff, and advocates.

Administrative decision makers prepare and deliver this course. Our goal is to provide you with a better understanding of the broader role and responsibilities of administrative decision makers and of tribunal and administrative law processes.   This course qualifies for the Certificate in Tribunal Administrative Justice™ (CTAJ™). (14 Professional Education Hours)

Course Learning Objectives – By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • describe what administrative law is
  • understand ethical concerns and use common tools to resolve them
  • tell the difference between the content and process of administrative decisions
  • apply the four key principles of fairness to different scenarios
  • apply the basic steps to prepare for and take part in a fair hearing
  • apply basic principles of evidence
  • follow a logical, step-by-step process to make fair and reasoned decisions
  • describe the modern method of interpreting legislation and contracts
  • describe and use basic techniques for solid decision writing

Course Outcomes – In this course, you will learn:

  • the four key principles of fairness
  • tools to help you apply these principles of fairness consistently
  • ways to look at scenarios and identify how fairness applies
  • the basics of the modern method of interpreting legislation
  • the basics of evidence and tools for admitting evidence
  • a dependable process for matching findings of fact with legislation to make logical decisions
  • tips and tools to examine written decisions
  • the roles and responsibilities of decision makers, to give you confidence
  • strategies to keep improving your skills after you complete this course

$1,070 Members / $1,320.00 Non Members