Effective Hearings


Course Description

Building on the basic Introduction to Administrative Justice course, this 14-hour course helps tribunal members to acquire the skills necessary to conduct hearings within the context of an administrative tribunal. It will assist participants to appreciate fair hearing principles; refresh the guidelines for admitting evidence; recognize issues that arise in hearings; conduct hearings more effectively, and gain confidence in conducting hearings within their tribunal context. The course will also assist administrators or advocates in providing support for the hearing panels and participating in hearings. Through a combination of lectures, demonstrations and group exercises, Day 1 of the workshop provides participants with the information and tools necessary to conduct fair and effective hearings. On Day 2, the participants will practice their skills in mock hearings.

2021 Livestream Course Dates
July 19, 20, 22 & 23
November 15. 16. 18 & 19


Recommended prior FOAJ Training:  Principles of Administrative Justice & Evidence

Learning Objectives:

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Develop an effective and procedurally fair prosecutorial, adversarial or inquisitorial hearing

  • Perform all functions expected of a sole adjudicator or chair or decision-making member of an administrative tribunal in a hearing

  • Focus your preparation and conduct of a hearing

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In-Person or Livestream:  $1,070.00 Members / $1,320.00 Non Members

e-Learning: $1,320.00

Foundation of Administrative Justice
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