Are you confident to give evidence in a legal forum if required to do so?
Giving evidence can be a daunting, lonely and intimidating experience for a witness. A poor performance in the witness box can undermine a witness’s confidence, affect the credibility of their evidence and be detrimental to their case.
This one day course is relevant for all health and social care professionals who may give evidence in any legal fora including:
Fitness to Practise Hearings
Key Learning Points:
Understand how the adversarial / inquisitorial processes work
Consider the procedures, order of events and roles of those involved
How to prepare for giving evidence
Take the Oath/Affirmation with confidence
Understand how to make appropriate use of supporting evidence, records and reports
Techniques lawyers use in cross-examination and how to handle them
How to give clear, honest and objective testimony
Who should attend this course:
All medical, health or social care professionals who may be called to give evidence in a legal forum as part of their role.
If you'd like to plan this training course for your organisation at a different date please contact us directly and we'll arrange this with you.
For further information please contact us on 01 8788 258 - firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.