Certificate in Administrative & Workplace Investigation
10 - 11 November 2013
The Administrative & Workplace Investigation Workshop is a fully accredited interactive workshop based on a 2 days face to face course. It has been designed to update and improve the capacity of managers and supervisors to conduct investigations into allegation of misconduct or wrong doing of employees in the workplace.
This unique and effective training course has been designed for delivery to all employees. It introduces all employees to the disciplinary process and how administrative investigations should be conducted in a workplace. It will equip managers and supervisors with the confidence and knowledge to enable them to carry out a workplace administrative investigation. The course applies equally to public and private sector workplaces.
Units offered in this course contain nationally accredited academic units from the Certificate III in Investigative Services (CPP30607). Persons successfully completing the Administrative & Workplace Investigation Course will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the applicable units relating to this certification.
WHO should attend:
• HR Managers and HR Consultants
• Industrial Relations Officers
• Workforce Directors, Managers and Consultants
• Senior Private Sector Managers
• Senior Public Sector Managers who are required to determine Disciplinary matters
• Managers, Supervisors and employees of Government Agencies
• Investigators employed by Government Agencies
• Private Investigators who conduct internal investigations
• Nursing Staff
• Senior Local Government Officers – Managers and supervisors.
• Risk Managers and consultants
• Workplace Safety Officers
• Corrective Services Officers
• Forensic Specialists
• Corruption Investigators
• Banking Industry Managers
• Policy Development Officers
DAY1 The Legislative Framework
• The Courts
• The Statute Law
• The Common Law
• The Administrative Law
• The Nature of Administrative Investigations
• The Burden of Proof
• Rules of Evidence
• Dealing with Evidence - Exhibits
DAY2 Conducting The Investigation
• Factual Investigations
• The Investigation Framework
• Investigation Plan - What should be taken into account?
• Planning and Organising Interviews – Witnesses
• Witness Interviews
• Recording the Interview
• Procedural Guidelines
• Dealing with Suspected Criminal Conduct
• Dealing with the Complainant
• Ethical and Legal Considerations
• Concluding the Investigation
For further details, kindly download the PDF brochure.