Conducting a Management Investigation Workshop
This workshop is aimed at managers appointed to investigate an allegation made under a formal process (e.g. disciplinary, grievance or other complaint process).
Our HR non-educational training workshops are designed for any people managers, irrespective of their role-type (teaching or non-teaching) in order to equip them with essential HR knowledge and skills to enable them to effectively manage a range of HR issues. Our workshops are aimed to support a model of effectiveness whereby:
- Leadership sets high expectations of all staff in terms of performance, conduct and attendance.
- There is effective delegation whereby managers at all levels are responsible for securing these expectations.
This workshop will equip managers with skills and best practice guidance on the role and expectations of an investigator, interviewing and questioning techniques, writing an investigation report and much more.
At the end of this workshop participants will understand:
- How to conduct an effective management investigation in accordance with procedures, best practice and employment law
- Looking at all types of allegations inc. conduct, grievances, bullying
- Understanding the role and responsibilities of a Management Investigating Officer
- How to complete an investigation report through to conclusion stage and confidently report back investigation findings.
This workshop is free to attend.
Smart casual dress
Parking available on site
Live or previous examples of experience in conducting investigations would be useful.
Delegates will be emailed directly a few days before the workshop with further instructions.
Lunch will not be provided therefore delegates should bring this with them on the day