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Mock Court International

Our In-Court Compliance Training supports Employers to Disrupt Complacency, Improve Procedural Buy-In and Increase Risk Awareness


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How would your staff cope in the witness box?

The comfort zone is not where we operate. If you want real change you cannot just test the edges. We challenge your audience in the “relative comfort” of a simulated Court Case – introducing them to a never-before experience. We “punish the guilty and keep the innocent nervous” – to help you ratchet compliance to the next level.

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The Traditional Approach To Compliance Is Broken…

Introspection and change after something seriously goes wrong defies logic on so many levels. Mock Courts promote informed, strategic and deliberate behaviours. Pragmatic and jargon-free.

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The Proactive Solution Is To Bring An Incident To Life In A Court Simulation…

A Mock Court puts your staff in the witness box and tests them in cross-examination… exactly as if they were in a real courtroom. You be the Judge®, as you discover how your staff would cope under these circumstances.

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Bridge The Gap Between Current Workplace Practices and System Expectations…

A Mock Court is an effective way to give your staff a wake up call, because it exposes any mediocrity, complacency or accountability issues there may be… even if intentions were good.

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The Court Case Simulations Are A Proven, High-Impact Way Of Engaging All Levels Within An Organisation…

A Mock Court demystifies compliance, debunks myths and straight-shoots the reality. “Lights” will come on and your staff will identify immediate areas for improvement whilst learning from other companies’ mistakes.

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Protect and preserve the credibility of your safety systems with world-class daily safety rituals. Pick a near miss or a prior incident so your staff can explore the ramifications in a courtroom setting. Watch their attitude to procedural non-compliance adjust before your very eyes.

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The consequences of bullying can be catastrophic for your organisation. It is crucial you anticipate and proactively treat this omnipresent hazard, before the next complaint. A Mock Court will promote its importance and provide clarity on Regulator preferred mitigation strategies to take.

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Run a Mock Court to highlight your key environmental management system elements to galvanise accountability within your organisation. Failure to heed environmental compliance puts your business at increased risk of large fines and collateral costs – let’s profile your efforts and build engagement.

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Due Diligence

Our Mock Courts provide pragmatic insights, tactical takeaways and core competencies for senior management around due diligence. This training highlights how they are at-risk, and what to focus on to minimise their exposure.

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Contractor Management

Confront the possibility of contractor risk collaboratively and interactively with staff in a Mock Court. It is often considered a grey area, where clarity of roles and responsibilities determine success or failure. Let’s stimulate deeper conversations and ensure alignment.

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Food Safety

If your businesses viability is dependent upon strict Food Safety practices, the last thing you need is to deal with recalls, outbreaks, lost contracts, and civil and criminal sanctions. With a Mock Court you get the opportunity to learn from other companies’ mistakes, so you can enhance your operational resilience and competitiveness.

Photo of Mock Court 1Step 1 – The Opening

The Opening provides participants with critical distinctions and concepts acquired from over 20 years prosecuting and consulting to, many of Australia and NZ’s largest employers. This 60-minute session sets the stage for what is to follow in the Mock Court.

Photo of Mock Court 2Step 2 – The Mock Court

The Mock Court is an interactive simulation of an actual court case. This entertaining 60 minute session cross-examines 3 witness “voluntolds” to highlight the types of practical and legal risks that leave you vulnerable to serious consequences.

Photo of Mock Court 3Step 3 – The Debrief

The Debrief follows the handing down of the Judge’s Verdict. Role Players are invited to share what they took away from the experience and confirm the lessons they have learnt. The Jury are also walked through the elements of the Verdict to embed key principles.

What Others Are Saying About Mock Court

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“From The Moment We Sat Down You Had Our Attention”

Today was absolutely awesome!! From the moment we sat down you had our attention. You didn’t use scare tactics but you were very honest with the possibility of what can ACTUALLY happen out in the field and also who is potentially responsible…

Rachel Bellino, Seymour Whyte Construction

“Overwhelming Positive Feedback”

Excellent delivery and well suited to the target audience… Overwhelming positive feedback. Better than I anticipated.

Brian Selmes, Snowy Hydro

“A Valuable Experience For All Levels In The Team”

Feedback has been overwhelmingly favourable and unanimous view is that it was a valuable experience for all levels in the team.

Mark Whybro, NSW Fire Brigade

“A Brilliant Demonstration Of How Things Can Escalate”

Thanks so much for the Mock Court Session this morning. It was a brilliant demonstration of how issues can end up escalating if they are not dealt with appropriately and we have already received some brilliant feedback.

Emma Lovesy, Colonial First State