OsgoodePD offers custom and in-house programming in a variety of learning formats and locations. Your team can participate in live, in-person sessions at our downtown learning suite or enjoy live or online programs at your office or designated meeting space. You can choose between one of our pre-existing programs or we will work with you to develop a customized legal update or skills training program.
We also offer in-house Certificate programs that deliver in-depth training and onsite assessment. Choose from one of our pre-existing programs or let us develop a custom certificate program that meets the unique needs of your organization.
Cost-Effective Solution. Customizing program content allows you to maximize the value of your training dollars to produce exactly the results you need.
Flexibility. You choose the date, time and location of training.
Tailored Programming. We work with you to ensure your training goals are met. We will develop programs based on specific information provided by your company to address the issues and challenges you face.
Learn from Recognized Experts. OsgoodePD has relationships with the industry leaders, providing your organization with an unparalleled learning experience.
Uniform Message. All team members receive the same information at the same time.
Strengthen Team Dynamic. In the learning process, participants will work together and share common experiences, discuss problems and solutions.
Immediate Results. Our training is focused on skills that can be applied quickly in the workplace.
For more information, contact:
David Mahony, Senior Program Lawyer, In-House and Custom Programs at
email@example.com or 416-673-4672.
“Thanks to Osgoode Professional Development for working with us to make our workshop such a success. We’ve had nothing but positive feedback from senior and junior counsel alike. We can attest to the fact that Counsel are already using the skills learned. We would be pleased to work with you once again in the future. Congratulations on a job very well done!”
Ministry of the Attorney General
Crown Law Office – Civil