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TRAINING SESSION: Mock CVP Employment Tribunal training

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Thursday 6 June 2024
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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The cost of the session is £250 plus VAT per delegate. You will be invoiced following the event.

Love them or loathe them, the tribunal service has made it clear that video hearings (full hearings and preliminary matters), referred to as CVP hearings are here to stay.

Practical and interactive, this training is based on a recording of a fictional CVP hearing with commentary and advice on specific issues that unfold.

Our Mock CVP training will equip your team to prepare for and participate in virtual hearings, whilst also giving an overview of the Employment Tribunal claims process and of hearings more generally; helping you to understand the main differences between hearings by video and in person.

Who should attend?

HR professionals who are involved in overseeing tribunal cases and supporting those who may be called as witnesses and preparing them for the hearing, or anyone in an organisation who may need to attend a CVP as a witness.


Jackie Morris, senior associate

Feedback from previous sessions

‘It was fascinating to see how the process is different under the virtual platform, and the video hearing was very beneficial in making it all real.’

‘Brilliant! A real understanding of what the process looks like, what to do and what not to do. Seeing the actual mock tribunal, this gave a real insight into the process, and what may happen.’

‘I really enjoyed the training session, found it easy to understand, good balance of video material and slides. Very interesting case presented and very good acting!’

‘A great course which allows you to watch the role-play of a ‘real’ CVP hearing. The course gave my team insight into the logistics and mechanics of a CVP hearing and therefore plenty of tips on how to best prepare/attend one on behalf of the Company. The storyline is well designed, and includes many of the things to watch out for at a real hearing. Also great at helping managers understand how an ET works, and what their role could be as a witness.’