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Federal Sector Advocacy: The Boxed Set
Civil Service Advocacy Series
By: Broida
Price: $750.00 On Sale! $525.00
Sku: 14FSAB
Format: Six Broida on .mp4 video lectures & .pdf workbooks (4 DVD-ROM, 2 CD-ROM)
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Want to learn the basics of advocacy before the civil service, labor relations, and EEO tribunals? Federal Sector Advocacy: The Boxed Set presents six comprehensive video training lectures, with .pdf workbooks, by practitioners Peter Broida and Gary Gilbert, both long-time authors and lecturers (and pretty good advocates), that covers the waterfront:

Workbooks and The Advocate's Practical Guide to Using Mediation by John Settle are conveniently included on each disc. Links between table of contents and text, as well as internal cross-references, are included for use while viewing each workbook on screen.

A total of approximately 19 hours of instruction, principally intended for agency advocates, but useful as well for union and private sector representatives.



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