After establishing Mykludo.com as professional network for investigation and risk professionals in 2020, the founders identified the need for high quality professional development programs for investigators around the world, delivered in a flexible format.
MyKludo courses are tailored to meet the ever changing demands of a global investigation environment. Our programs are developed by industry leading professionals, for divers markets and focus on student centred learning and economic delivery.
Our courses cover the life span of an investigator, from Investigation basics, in-depth and advanced programs in specialist skill areas to leading edge professional development delivered by researchers and academics.
Courses are available 100% online and on demand to meet the demands of professionals around the globe.
Meet Our Content Contributors
Mykludo works with industry experts to develop and deliver first class online training with regional relevance for investigators. Meet some of our content contributors.
Dr Katie Maras, UK
Katie is the Director of the Centre for Applied Autism Research at Bath University. She is an expert in Autism and on eyewitness evidence and forensic psychology.
Greg Lamey, Australia
CEO of Forensix Group Investigations and former Detective Inspector Greg Lamey has expertise in Criminology, investigations management and HR Management.
Harriet Witchell, Australia
Harriet is the Co Founder of Mykludo and has over 20 years expertise as a specialise workplace investigator in Australia. She has published, taught and presented extensively around the world on investigation techniques, sexual assault, child protection and bullying.
Dr Alison Granger-Brown, Canada
Alison works within the prison system in Canada and holds expertise on the impact of trauma on the brain. She holds qualifications in leadership and training, Human Development and a PhD in Human and organisational systems.
Dr Andy Griffiths, UK
Andy is an international consultant on investigative interviewing. He is a former police detective and advisor to the Home Office on Investigative Interviewing for 10 years. He holds a PhD on interviewing suspects and witnesses.
Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Australia
Jane is an expert in Forensic Psychology and Law and has conducted extensive research on all aspects of the criminal justice system for the FBI and the Australian government.
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