‘Investigations and Regulatory Powers’ is a course for people who investigate things in a regulatory environment. Having said that, we don’t shy away from potential criminal matters, and our course content is also relevant to other subjects like workplace discipline or misconduct.
Basically, what we cover is useful for any type of investigation.
What are some of the key issues we look at during this day? Some of the issues are so fundamental, you will wonder how you could miss them. But it’s true, investigators can easily get lost.
It’s not just about avoiding irrelevant dead ends and searches that are a waste of time. It’s about clear thinking, confidence and getting a better outcome.
We will cover some of the tools you need for your investigative process, and help you to focus on your goals. We’ll deal with your real life needs, and guide you to focus on how to ensure that your next investigation is lawful, efficient, and directed towards an outcome.
In-house training is a great way to upskill your whole team or department.
When individuals do our training courses “by themselves”, or in “mixed groups” from other organisations, they often find it hard to implement changes in their workplace because the whole team needs the training too.
But with our in-house courses, groups of 10-15 can discuss together how the new learnings might affect the way they work. Perhaps their policies need to change. Template documents might be incorrect. The way they approach legislation might need a complete overhaul.
Even entrenched cultural practices start to shift when a whole team does our training together.
With our in-house training the whole team is given a solid base from which to implement new ways of thinking and working – ways that are lawful, clear, and transparent. As confidence grows amongst team members, procedures and perceptions change, and that in turn causes confidence to grow even further.
So inquire now for our admin law in-house training for your team or department.