The aim of the training is to increase the quantity and quality of information elicited from a witness to an incident. It focuses on obtaining information from an individual or individuals who are providing an account of an incident and who may be treated as a witness. Examples might be following up an infringement or suspected infringement of Health and Safety regulations, a disciplinary hearing/enquiry or investigating any enforcement areas for which an organisation are responsible.
Course Length: 1 eight hour day to include lunch and refreshment breaks
Venue: On site at client’s premises
Number of Delegates: Maximum of 12
Cost: Circa £850 to include all materials and associated expenses (not VAT registered). NB. this is a price for delivery of the course with up to 12 delegates, NOT a per delegate price.
- Conduct an effective and purposeful interview of a witness and elicit meaningful information and evidence which can be used (if required) in any subsequent enquiry or investigation.
- List the areas to consider when planning and preparing to interview a witness
- Plan and prepare for an interview with a witness
- Explain the interview approach for a co-operative and willing interviewee
- Use appropriate questions to obtain an interviewee’s account
- Write a witness statement from their interview notes
- Evaluate the information obtained