22 August 2022
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Registration from 9am; course runs 9.30am to 12:30pm. Refreshments will be provided.
Booking closes at 9am on 18 August 2022 (or earlier, if all places are taken), as the venue requires the final numbers in advance. Reservations are confirmed when full payment is received. We anticipate high demand, so prompt booking and payment are advised to avoid disappointment.
This course is running at the following times and locations:
(Current page) LONDON, 22 August 2022: 9:30am-12:30pm (registration from 9am)
LONDON, 22 August 2022: 2pm-5pm (registration from 1:30pm)
LEEDS, 23 August 2022: 9:30am-12:30pm (registration from 9am)
LEEDS, 23 August 2022: 2pm-5pm (registration from 1:30pm)
DCP Sarah Johnston has announced that a pilot return to face-to-face hearings will commence as of 3 October 2022.
In March 2020, face-to-face hearings were stopped in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Hearings have predominantly remained virtual since this time.
Practitioners are invited to attend this course to refresh their skills and technique and to share tips for conducting face-to-face tribunal hearings.
This course is aimed at both experienced practitioners and those who have not yet been able to undertake face-to-face advocacy in the tribunal due to the pandemic.
“Conducting Face-to-Face Tribunal Hearings” will be facilitated by Tam Gill (Mental Health Solicitor and part-time Tribunal Judge) and Dr Laura Janes (Mental Health and Parole Board Solicitor and Visiting Fellow at South Bank University).
MHLA Members = £75.00
Non-members = £100.00
This course provides 3 hours structured PD for TLS Mental Health Accreditation Scheme. Professional Development Hours = 3. Reference BYE/MHLA.
If the course is no longer able to take place in person, owing to government restrictions (e.g. another lockdown) or our assessment of risk, it will be moved online. If this is not possible, delegates will either be refunded or transferred to an alternative course of their choice, plus or minus any difference in the fee.
If venue capacity decreases due to government restrictions (e.g. social distancing becomes mandatory), those who booked and paid first will be prioritised. Everyone else will either be refunded or transferred to an alternative course of their choice, plus or minus any difference in the fee.
Dependent on government advice and best practice at the time of the course, delegates may be asked to provide evidence of a negative LFT to ensure the safety of all attendees.
We kindly ask delegates to stay up to date on government guidelines at the time of their course: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The venue may also have their own rules regardless of current guidelines or law. You can view the venue’s current policy here: https://angloeducational.com/coronavirus-policies-and-updates/
You will not be refunded if you are asked to leave a premises for not abiding by Covid guidelines.
Venue: London (Richbell Place)