MSPB Mock Hearing & Training

Whether you are new to Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) processes or already a practitioner, both MSPB and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provide valuable training materials.  Among them are mock hearing video training sessions.  These videos will give you the best representation of how hearings are conducted, basic etiquette, and roles of the parties.

MSPB Mock Hearing Part I

 

MSPB Mock Hearing Part II

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