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Advocacy Training Course

Learn the vital skills necessary to be a
winning advocate at labor arbitration! 

ENROLLMENT LIMITED

 

 (Tuition for our course is $1,995.00.  This covers tuition, course manual and class materials.  Hotel and living costs are not included.  Major credit cards accepted.) 

This is a five-day comprehensive labor arbitration Advocacy Training Course in Tampa for labor relations professionals, human resource professionals, union representatives, and labor/management attorneys.  It is attended by those who have little or no advocacy experience in labor arbitration.  You will become a winning labor arbitration advocate by learning all the required skills and procedures to prepare and present a case. This training includes the unique experience of presenting a discharge case to a nationally recognized labor arbitrator.  The arbitrator will individually critique your presentation and give you a case decision

 

Next Course Date: 

September 19 – 23, 2016

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NO PRIOR LEGAL TRAINING REQUIRED!

Since 1979, Labor Arbitration Services, Inc., has been a leader in providing quality and comprehensive training in labor arbitration advocacy skills.

Advocacy Training Course

Advocacy Training Course
Learn the vital skills necessary to be a
winning advocate at labor arbitration!
ENROLLMENT LIMITED<
(Tuition for our course is $1,995.00.  This covers tuition, course manual and class materials.  Hotel and living costs are not included.  Major credit cards accepted.)
This is a five-day comprehensive labor arbitration Advocacy Training Course in Tampa for labor relations professionals, human resource professionals, union representatives, and labor/management attorneys.  It is attended by those who have little or no advocacy experience in labor arbitration.  You will become a winning labor arbitration advocate by learning all the required skills and procedures to prepare and present a case. This training includes the unique experience of presenting a discharge case to a nationally recognized labor arbitrator.  The arbitrator will individually critique your presentation and give you a case decision.