Ian Ross, former UK police officer, law lecturer, now a global compliance and risk specialist will be delivering a 2-day course on Conversation Management - Investigative Interviewing Skills on the 28 February and 1 March 2018.
Investigative Interviewing is a core skill in any investigation context. Therefore the highest standards need to be upheld when conducting interviews of persons suspected of internal criminal behaviour to any level, or professional misconduct, such as harassment. Equally, when interviewing witnesses and whistle-blowers. In order to achieve this, organisations need to develop and maintain valuable interviewing skills and best practices.
This highly interactive and practical course will bring new and achievable skills in interviewing and remove general misconceptions about what investigative interviewing is.
This course is suitable for practitioners and aspirational investigators in the investigation of Fraud, Corruption and Money-Laundering with regard to interviewing witnesses, interviewing suspects, handling and prioritising fraud related evidence.
For further information visit Castille Resources Learning Page or contact Castille Institute on 20933000. You can also send us an email on email@example.com.
"This was absolutely what I wanted. Proper practical training from someone who can actually do the job!”
"This training benefits interviewing all parties, not just suspects'
Head of Investigations, Health Insurance, UK
"This course was an eye-opener. So many people relate interviewing to police-style interrogations, but conversation management applies to any professional role or fact finding setting"
Head of HR, Communications Regulation Commission, Nigeria
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