Very often workplace allegations regarding bullying, discrimination and misconduct or employee grievances involve a complex set of circumstances/facts and it is necessary to conduct an impartial investigation to establish whether the allegations can be substantiated or not.
This course will equip participants with the practical skills to undertake a fair and impartial investigation, grounded on the principles of natural justice. Participants will be able to assess the evidence gathered and draw a conclusion on the balance of probabilities that will be sound and defensible.
At the end of this training session, participants will be able to:
Understand the context that requires an investigation
Understand the role of the investigator
Identify the scope of the investigation
Appreciate the need for natural justice and procedural fairness
Plan an investigation
Take meaningful witness statements
Understand and utilise various interviewing techniques
Assess evidence and determine a finding on a balance of probabilities
Understand what needs to be included in a report
Presented by: Eve Harward, Principal Consultant
Venue details will be provided closer to the date, and will be sent in the reminder email.
Don't miss out, to secure your spot please register now!! (Course notes, Morining Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea are included in the ticket price). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (07) 3833 1200, should you have any dietary requirements.