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“The Practice of Social Security Disability Law has been very helpful in studying for the EDPNA exam. I was also able to immediately apply the information to my current work. I highly recommend anyone working, or planning to work in this field, to take this course. Everyone who took this course with me had varying levels of experience, and we all walked away with so much insight and information."
“This course provided practical training that immediately improved my practice at each step of the application process. The course is very interactive and allows you the opportunity to practice your new skills. I would not hesitate to recommend this course to someone looking to enter this field."
“The hands-on activities furthered my learning, and I took away the skills and knowledge that I can apply to my cases.""
Cara Wilson, Esq.
The Practice of Social Security Disability Law
Employers face an inefficient job market, full of entry-level candidates who lack the knowledge and skills required in the practice of Social Security Disability law. This leads to frequent turnover due to experience issues and the high cost of training and retaining new hires.
We provide employers with access to new hires who will contribute to the organization's profitability and stay for the long term.
We provide recent graduates with the skills sought by employers in Social Security Disability law. Many educational institutions provide little or no training in the field of Social Security Disability law, but our course helps recent graduates jump the knowledge hurdle by providing them with the practical knowledge to compete and succeed in a job in Social Security disability law.
Our instructors bring subject-matter experience to the classroom, providing expert instruction on highly-relevant job activities using real-world scenarios.
Our immersive instruction provides recent graduates with practical legal knowledge in Social Security Disability law to help them to get a job, do the job, and stay in the job.