Allegations of workplace misconduct, particularly when they involve sexual harassment, harassment, discrimination or bullying behaviours are complex. The circumstances around such alleged conduct is rarely straight forward and determining fact from assumption or interpretation is difficult. Therefore, investigations into such allegations need to be conducted confidently, competently and compassionately to determine if the allegations are substantiated or not.
This course is designed to provide the participants with the knowledge and practical skills to conduct such investigations in a manner which provides reliable findings. The principals of impartiality and natural justice permeate the course to ensure that the participants are cognisant at all times of their legal and ethical obligations in undertaking such investigations.