SOFT SKILL PROGRAM FOR LEGAL PROFESSIONALS
Effective Soft Skills Development
Indian National Bar Association (INBA) takes the opportunity to present an integrated certificate course developing the soft skills of law students, lawyers and legal. The course sensitizes the need of effective soft skills in legal professionals, providing proper attribution to soft skills.
HIGHLIGHTS OF COURSE
•Acclaimed professionals on the subject as faculty
•Interactive sessions of International professors through projectors
•Emphasis on practical aspect than theory
•Sponsored and recommended by Law Firms
•Interactive sessions and workshops
•Approx 64 Hours over 4 months period
Module 1: Communication
•Public Speaking and Interview
•Public Relations, Networking & Negotiations
Module 2: Personality Development
•Social Media Etiquettes
•International culture and dealings
Module 3: IT Skills
•Microsoft productivity tools MS Word
Module 4: Professional & Workplace Solutions
•Analytical Skills and Problem Solving
Module 5: Professional Aptitude
Why you need this Course?
Attorneys: This course is to improve your ability to speak and present yourself clearly, concisely, and correctly. The first contact with clients, opposing counsel, and the courts is in person and you want your first impression to be a good impression.
Law Students: If you want to get into one of the best Law Firms and present your case in most effective manner, you need to be able to demonstrate that you have strong soft skills. This course will help you develop the soft skills you need professionally and otherwise in all walks of life.
ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, employers, clients and customers, friends and family members: relationship enhancement
improvement of time management, organizational skills & goal setting
development of leadership skills to improve teamwork, creativity, efficiency & productivity
development of presentation skillsto enhance sales, project explanations, self-confidence, relationship development
ability to recognize stress symptoms & develop stress deflecting strategies
brain storming & problem solving strategies to increase creativity and collaborative outcomes
•Pervious education in English
•Previous education score of minimum 40%
•Submission of Article as allotted on filling the application form
•Screening by Course Coordinators
Procedure for Enrolment
•Request Application Form along with required Application Fee though visit our head office at: Indian National Bar Association(Address: A-298, New Friends Colony, New Delhi-110025) or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
•Submit the Article allotted with Application Form
•Screening by Course Coordinators Important note:
Important note: Last date for application will be February 20th , 2017 and limited 20 seats available.
Application Fee and Admission Fee
Application fee shall be INR 1000/- per student. The course is available for all candidates who qualify under the Eligibility Criteria along with a lump sum course fee of INR 35,000/- per student.
The course is committed to selecting applicants for a substantial number of scholarships and fee concessions in various forms, both on merit and need basis. Entrance exam score remains the main criterion to award scholarship for this course. We are very proud of the fact that over 20% applicants pursuing this course get scholarships.
-The interested applicant is required to write a statement of purpose briefly describing why she/he needs scholarship and be given this privilege; and
-The applicant must attain 85% in the entrance exam.
Scholarships are awarded according to the following selection criteria:
-Academic merit of the candidate
-Quality of the proposal
*This course promotes equal opportunity, gender equity, and cultural exchange. Applications are encouraged from a diverse range of candidates.
Course Timings: Total Hours: Approx 64 hours Total months: Approx 4 Months Days: Weekends Only Frequency of Classes: Average of 2-3 Classes in a month of 8 hours each
BROCHER : https://www.indianbarassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Revised-INBA-Course-prospectus2-1.pdf
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