About the Course
From May 2017, IRSNSW will again be running the popular “Advocacy in the IR Tribunals” course, in conjunction with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
This is a ten week course (one night a week) that teaches participants how to plan successful appearances and to develop quality advocacy skills. Participants have the opportunity to build on their skills in presenting in Tribunals, including through moots presided over by Fair Work Commission (FWC) and NSW Industrial Relations Commission members.
IRSNSW offers the course in conjunction with the Centre for Management and Organisation Studies (CMOS) at UTS.
IRSNSW Executive Committee member Damian Oliver is the course coordinator. The course convenors are experienced barristers Anthony Britt and Anthony Howell and FWC Deputy President Sams.
Seventeen participants took part in 2015, with a range of backgrounds: officials from unions and employer associations, employment lawyers, public sector employment relations specialists and FWC associates.
The course will run from 24 May to 26 July. Bookings are now open and places are limited. The course costs $2400 with discounts for IRSNSW members and earlybird bookings. For more information contact Damian Oliver (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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