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    Categories: Conducting & Concluding An Investigation

    report writing

    Report Writing

    Writing reports is often the most time-consuming and laborious part of an investigation. If you struggle in writing reports join us to learn some ways to structure your reports, what to include in your
    credibility assessments

    Credibility Assessments

    Gone are the days of looking at someone involved in an investigation and deciding they’re credible because of the way they dress, the way they shook your hand or how they answer questions. Credibility
    interviewing tips tricks and techniques

    Interviewing Tip, Tricks and Techniques

    Interviews are one of the most important components of an investigation. This course will outline ‘what an interview is’ and explain how if differs from a ‘cross examination’ or ‘interrogation’.
    investigation fundamentals

    Investigation Fundamentals

    Based around a complex and real-world scenario that is provided in advance; this course explains how to investigate from intake through to report completion. Participants will learn what an investigation
    assessing credibility

    Assessing Credibility – the Legal Standard

    As lawyers and workplace investigators, it is important that we have both the legal knowledge and skills necessary to assess credibility effectively and without bias. In Canada, the Courts have set the

    Investigation Process

    Although every workplace investigation involves a unique set of facts, evidence, and people, there is an overarching process or method that ought to be followed to ensure thoroughness, consistency, and
    interview considerations

    Interview Considerations

    The structure for all investigation interviews should be the same. Intake Interviews versus Investigatory Interviews For an intake interview, you are capturing information to identify the issues. For
    bias in workplace investigations

    Bias in Workplace Investigations

    Conscious or unconscious strong feelings for or against something. Bias, thought processes The Bias Pyramid Actions Based on conclusions, actions may be taken that are inappropriate for addressing and
    gathering information from a source

    Gathering Information from a Source

    When you are gathering information from a source, envision yourself working through a Cycle of questions: What are the issues? How is this source relevant to the issues? What specific information do I

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