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This course is a bespoke Continuing Professional Development course. We will work with you to develop training that will fit your organisation’s needs.  To contact our expert staff to create a bespoke course that is tailor made for you and to receive updates about Continuing Professional Development courses, fill out the enquiry form.

Civil Proceedings

  • One-day course - Civil Procedure Rules expert’s duties and responsibilities and report writing for civil proceedings
  • Two-day course -Giving expert evidence in civil proceedings

(opportunity to book onto one-day course, or two-day course. Two-day course is subject to numbers).

Course Information

Award Type Non-accredited short course

Delivery Method Classroom-based

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Duration
One-day, and two-day courses available

Sector
Financial and Legal Services

One-day course - Civil Procedure Rules expert’s duties and responsibilities and report writing for civil proceedings

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Two-day course - Giving expert evidence in civil proceedings

  • Registration to prove attendance if parties to legal proceedings wish to check their CV’s
  • Optional on-line multiple choice test following the basic module.
  • Feedback on report writing from a lawyer and an expert during the report-writing module.
  • Feedback on courtroom performance from a lawyer and an expert during the giving expert evidence in legal proceedings module. 

Participants must be working and qualified in their substantive field to gain entry on to the course but need not previously have acted as expert witnesses in legal proceedings.

Benefits of the basic programmes—make experts aware of their obligations under Civil Procedure Rules.

Benefit of the report writing element—improve performance of experts in writing reports for legal proceedings in the appropriate jurisdiction.

Benefit of the giving evidence in court element—improve performance of experts when giving evidence in court.

Learning outcomes

  • Will be familiar with the duties and responsibilities of experts under Civil Procedure Rules
  • (If report writing element undertaken) will develop expertise in writing reports for legal proceedings in Civil jurisdiction
  • (If giving evidence in court element is undertaken) will develop expertise in giving expert evidence in legal proceedings in Civil jurisdiction 

The course will be delivered by Northumbria Academics in conjunction with external experts employed as paid consultants. 

1 Day Course -£378 per person
2 Day Course -£528 per person

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