Learn about the psychology of the justice process. This course covers a wide range of psychological phenomena relevant to all stages of the justice process.
Most useful: - Effect of biases on decision-making. - Memory.
Very good value.
Joanne Brown, Barrister, 4 Paper Buildings
The course is available in four formats:
- Clients' Office
- Online (Virtual Classroom) with live tutoring
- Bespoke (Group or 1-2-1 coaching)
100% of AIR income, beyond operational expense, is used towards education and research. Read more…
Psychology is closely connected to law and justice. Our actions and decision-making are affected by a multitude of psychological phenomena and processes.
The course provides knowledge on factors influencing justice stakeholders in civil and criminal justice process. These include conscious and unconscious biases; and internal and external influences; and much more.
The course also teaches how to protect from internal influences (e.g. biases, expectations) and from external manipulations (e.g. powerful advocacy, persuasion).
Why choose this course
The course director has multi-disciplinary expertise in law, psychology and genetics; and over 11 years of experience in delivering training in these areas, including to the judiciary.
Of the thousands of degree-granting universities, Goldsmiths Psychology department is in the World Top 100 in the QS ranking for academic reputation. Papers by our academics are highly cited, we hold 55th place among the worlds' Psychology departments for the number of citations per published paper.
Campus Courses - VAT-free: Our venues are in central London (Senate House) and in New Cross. You can select your preferred location by choosing the date available.
Virtual Classroom Courses - VAT-free: Live tutoring brings all the benefits of face to face training and, in addition, improves skills for ‘digital’ participation. There is an increasing need for online activities in all areas of life. For example, meetings, interviews, presentations and conferences are increasingly opting for participation and contribution via digital platforms; and courts have introduced video-advocacy and judging. Therefore, ‘digital’ participation and the necessary skills for online delivery of Public Speaking are becoming an essential skill of the 21st century.
Bespoke Courses: If you are interested in a tailor-made Public Speaking course option (1-1 coaching or bespoke group training), please contact us using the email or phone number provided below.
Is this course for me
The course is a useful resource for all people, and an essential resource for justice system professionals (e.g. judges, lawyers, police, policy makers).
Participants have included justice system professionals, medical professionals, business executives and students.
Other clients also took:
Psychology of Decision Making (1 day) - Campus or Virtual Classroom
Genetics and law (1-day) - Campus or Virtual Classroom
Advocacy Training - Campus or Virtual Classroom
We are committed to providing reasonable teaching adjustments for students with disabilities that may impact on their learning experience. If you require adjustments, please complete the relevant section on the booking form and also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can respond to your requests as soon as possible.
Please note our short courses sell-out quickly, so early booking is advisable.
- 10% when a participant enrolls for more than one of our courses (at the same time)
- 20% UK students
- 25%Members of the UK Law and Society Association (UKLSA)
- If five people register from the same institution for the same intake, the fifth place is free
- Goldsmiths students, staff and alumni - email us for current discounts
As a University, we are able to offer our courses at minimum prices, and free of VAT - to make knowledge available to as wide audience as possible.
Refund policy: See AIR courses main page
Starting date, Friday 19 Feb 2021
10am-5pm | 1 day
Starting date, Saturday 8 May 2021
10am-5pm | 1 day
If you have any questions about this course please contact air (@gold.ac.uk) or call +44 (0)20 7078 5468.
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