Having the skills and techniques to conduct top-quality interviews is pretty much a necessity for most fact-finders, including those who conduct informal investigations. This workshop offers a structured approach to getting information from another human being, as effectively and efficiently as possible, with a focus on interviewing in any investigative context – and producing a quality report.
Interviewing skills are necessary to get the information and evidence needed from other persons despite the purpose of your investigation. In order to communicate the findings after the interviewing process, reports must be developed in a standard format that is easy to understand. This workshop teaches both the investigative interviewing process along with the report writing skills professionals need in today’s business environment.
• Plan an interview
• Conduct an interview fairly, thoroughly and ethically
• Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts and purpose of Investigative Report Writing
• Identify the characteristics of a complete and quality Report
• Demonstrate an understanding of the steps in Investigative Report preparation
• Write reports with greater confidence
Programme Cost: $2,500
Class Date: December 4th, 11th & 12th, 2018
Class Times: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Contact: 645-6700 ext. 330
Venue: North Campus, Mount Hope