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NITA Teacher Training

June 19, 2014 @ 7:00 am - June 21, 2014 @ 7:00 pm

Remember the thrill of taking the training wheels off the bike?  Teaching others the skills of advocacy is rewarding for both student and teacher.


For over 40 years, The National Institute for Trial Advocacy has been the gold standard for advocacy training.  Now you can learn from a hand-picked group of some of NITA’s best instructors who routinely receive the highest ratings whenever they teach a NITA program.  Combined, they have over 100 years of skills training experience.  In addition, you will be taught by faculty members who are not only great teachers, but also belong to such organizations as The American College of Trial Lawyers, The International Society of Barristers and the Inner Circle of Advocates.  They have done it and they can teach it.


This is a learning-by-doing program.  The lectures are boiled down to the essentials for skills training.  This is so you can have as much time on your feet watching a student perform an advocacy skill and then give them specific feedback to take them to the next level.


You will learn:

-How to give concrete feedback that will improve their very next performance

-How to critique for maximum learning for both the individual and the group

-How to start a program so they desire critique versus meaningless praise

-How to handle the defensive lawyer

-How to organize and structure a training program for maximum learning-by-doing

-How to use video review to show them improvement and take them to the next level

*Qualifies as one credit toward the NITA Master Advocate Designation


June 19, 2014 @ 7:00 am
June 21, 2014 @ 7:00 pm
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