Build the knowledge and confidence to handle employment tribunals for your organisation
This is a sample learning overview that we can design and deliver specifically for your organisation.
As employment law becomes more complex, it is increasingly important to deal effectively with prospective or actual Employment Tribunal claims.
We can design and deliver an extremely practical employment tribunals training course for your team, packed with useful tips and techniques. We will enable you to understand how tribunals operate, to deal with hearings confidently, to present cases effectively and to know when and how to settle.
Designed for Personnel and HR Professionals, Employee Relations Managers, Legal Advisers, In-house lawyers, HR Consultants.
A typical 3-day programme may look like this:
Background and introduction
Defending the claim and preparing your case
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Drafting the claim and response forms
Participants will be given the opportunity to complete the claim and response forms based on a case study example. This will allow them to consolidate previous learning, and obtain feedback from the trainer.
Feedback on drafting claim and response forms.
Preparing for the Tribunal hearing
Review of day one learning points and outlining objectives for day two
Preparing for the Tribunal hearing (cont)
At the hearing: the components of good advocacy
Identifying key issues for the Tribunal
Participants will have the opportunity to work in groups and debate and discuss case studies. Building on previous learning, participants will be able to develop the knowledge and skills to prepare for a tribunal case effectively.
Judgments, reviews and appeals
Participants will debate and discuss possible problem scenarios at Tribunal. This exercise will enable participants to improve their strategic overview of the tribunal process and offer an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired to specific situations.
This is an excellent opportunity to witness a live Employment Tribunal. One of our expert trainers will accompany participants to explain and discuss aspects of an actual case, highlighting procedures, tactics and relevant points of law.This is a valuable opportunity to put into context some of the law and practice learnt in the course and benefit from direct observation of one or more cases being heard.
You will have the chance to:
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