If Your Investigation Is Flawed, The Consequences Can Be Horrific.
Whether it is in the public sector, academia or private industry, conducting fair and thorough investigations is becoming increasingly important.
The Workplace Institute has provided training on how to conduct investigations since 2009. Since then, roughly 10,000 people from Canada and across the world have taken one or more of our courses, many of which are accredited. They include folks who work in Human Resources, regulators, front line managers, auditors, EDI professionals, human rights and people involved in fact-finding in any capacity from many other fields.
They are great refresher for those who have been in the field for a while, as well as a comprehensive introduction to excellent complaint handling and investigative practice for those who are new(ish) to investigations.
You can find full details on each of the courses on the investigationstraining.com website.
Here’s a list of current courses that are delivered online
We also create and deliver customized courses, including for:
- Exxon Mobil (Human Resources)
- Dalhousie University
- Department of Justice War Crimes
- Mohawk Council of Kahnawake
- Canadian Food Inspection Agency
- Vancouver Island Health
- WCB Manitoba
- New South Wales Ombudsman
- Government of Bermuda
- Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
- Steelworkers Union
- Canada Revenue Agency
The courses are interactive, case-based and are taught by experts. Check out the testimonials on our Investigations training home page for what people think of them.
Some of the work I enjoy the most is Investigations. It allows me the opportunity to help support positive workplace transformation. I first took training when I was General Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer/CAMLO/Chief Privacy Officer, etc in banking. I then re-took the 5-day PEACE certification training pre-covid in Calgary and will be going back soon for refreshers & more EDI training. There is no better place to learn.