It is ironic that those who are most likely to appear as advocates – barristers and solicitors practising employment law – are least likely to receive training. This course seeks to remedy that situation by teaching delegates questioning and presenting skills in a safe and helpful learning environment.
On this one day course, delegates learn how to analyse a complex case. As well as learning how to make submissions and conduct effective witness examinations, delegates learn skills such as voice projection, clarity and appropriate gestures.
This course is designed with the aim of encouraging all delegates to practise, refine and improve their tribunal advocacy skills. The trainer provides objective and focused critiques which are designed to encourage each delegate on the course to improve his or her skills.
“Very practical and interactive”
“Informative, well pitched and supportive”
“Good practical advice”
“Comprehensive. Helpful suggestions”
“Excellent delivery, likeable and created good supportive learning environment”