Conducting effective internal investigations is crucial to ensuring compliance with the many laws, regulations, and other obligations facing today’s institutions of higher education. The circumstances that prompt an investigation arise in many contexts, including student misconduct, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, academic or research misconduct, financial improprieties, and more. No matter the context, when properly conducted, an internal investigation can help an institution to identify risks and remedy potential issues.
Join instructors Katherine Allen, Natasha Baker and Howie Kallem as they lead this six-module online course, designed to teach participants how to conduct effective internal investigations from start to finish.
Topics covered will include:
- Introduction and Pre-Investigation Considerations
- Investigative Preparation and Planning
- Interviewing and Information Gathering
- Reaching a Conclusion and Credibility Determinations
- Writing an Investigation Report
- Post-Investigation Considerations and Appeals
This informative and convenient course is a blend of self-study and instructor-facilitated learning. Participants can access materials 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The course features:
- Access to six narrated PowerPoint presentations, self-assessments, and extensive resources.
- Access to two live webinars with the course instructors (recordings are made available to those who were not able to attend live).
The course costs $299 for all participants. Register today!
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