Professional Investigation Training
The course also deals with maintaining the security and confidentiality of all information during the investigation. Throughout, there is also the requirement of knowing and complying with the laws and regulations relevant to carrying out investigations.
- Principles of gathering and using information for investigations
- Principles of planning and reporting investigations
We offer two methods of delivery for this course, which are:
Professional Investigator’s 5-Day Course
The 5 day course (which can be split over a number of weeks or months) contains direct tutor contact taking the candidate through a number of engaging case studies and interactive activities. The course guides candidates through the Investigative Cycle – Plan, Gather and Report but also covers in great detail other aspects that commonly fall into the remit of the Investigator’s role – such as legislation and best practices. Our experienced tutors will deliver the course using a combination of presentations, activities with case studies, and supporting student notes, all to a structured series of lesson plans.
Distance Learning Course and Workshop
This delivery model includes case studies and activities divided into segments for completion by the candidate. This runs in conjunction with ongoing contact with a tutor. The course is designed to enable the candidate to self-learn and caters to candidates with an inquisitive mindset or current investigators. When the activities are finished, candidates attend a 1 day workshop where their work is discussed and key points are reinforced. An additional workshop is available to go through more practical skills such as interviewing and surveillance. Class size: up to 16 delegates
Course Fees Include
- The Professional Investigators training includes:
- 5 days of training from our experienced trainers
- All training aids, including manuals
- URM Professional Investigators certification