Conducting Discipline and Grievance Investigations training
The Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures requires sufficient investigations to establish the facts of cases. These investigations must be carried out fairly and thoroughly. This one day practical session will help you to manage what is possibly the most important and often most challenging part of managing disciplinary and grievance cases.
This training course will consist of three, two-hour sessions:
– Thursday 7, Thursday 14 and 21 October – 10.30am – 12.30pm
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for anyone who may be undertaking an investigation, such as line managers and HR professionals who may be supporting line managers through the process. This is also suitable for the more experienced as a refresher. You do not need any prior knowledge of employment law or experience of undertaking investigations.
– overview of grievance and disciplinary procedures;
– putting the investigation into context;
– the role of the investigating officer;
– the principles of conducting investigations;
– the interview process and questioning techniques;
– the principles of fair behaviour and natural justice;
– issues to consider when suspending staff;
– what to include when writing up the investigatory report;
– the role of mediation; and
– role play – conducting an investigation
This course have been converted to be delivered virtually. Delegates will be expected to attend all sessions to ensure full understanding of the topic. Some self-learning will be needed between sessions (normally working through a case study or similar).
Please ensure you have read our Cancellation Policy before booking.
– SEE members – £135
– Non-members – £180
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