Intermediary TrainingCity University London
Precio a consultar
- Bachelor's degree
- Islington (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
Skills and Training
Since 2003, the City Law School has devised and delivered the legal training for Intermediaries on behalf of the Office for Criminal Justice Reform (OCJR). The course equips Intermediaries with legal skills and knowledge as a necessary background for their job in assisting communication between vulnerable witnesses and those who question them in interview and at trial.
Since November 2005 the CPD Department has also delivered a three-hour course to barristers on how to cross examine a vulnerable witness with an Intermediary. Some of these courses have been run within chambers; others were organised by the Criminal Bar Association and sponsored by the OCJR.Relevant Podcasts
The following materials are provided free for educational purposes only to legal practitioners, intermediaries, police officers, students, academics etc. In these podcast interviews conducted by Penny Cooper Registered Intermediaries describe cases they have been involved in and how they assisted communication with vulnerable witnesses or defendants in the criminal justice system.
- Interview with Bridget Towning on her practice experience
- Interview with Rosemary Wyatt on Good Practice
- National Registered Intermediary Conference 2009
- Interview with Registered Intermediary Donna Ravening
- Interview with Registered Intermediary Emily Phibbs
- Interview with Registered Intermediary Alan Hendy
- Interview with Registered Intermediary Brendan O'Mahony
- Interview with Rochelle Cowan and officer Gary Castle Spring 2012
- Interview with Rosemary Wyatt (2) Spring 2012
- Interview with Emily Phibbs (2) Spring 2012
- Tell me what's happening (2009)
- Tell me what's happening (2010)
- Tell me what's happening (2011)
- Highs and Lows: The 4th Intermediary Survey (2015)