Course Category: On Demand Webinar

Do employers owe a duty of care to employees during a workplace investigation?

An expert industrial relations lawyer and partner at Lander and Rogers, Sydney NSW, Aaron practices in the areas of industrial relations and employment law, with his practice covering all aspects of these speciality areas.  Aaron provides strategic and practical advice on all aspects of the speciality areas relating to employment, industrial relations, discrimination, and work …

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Trauma and the brain, implications of trauma for interviews

For the last 21 years Alison Grander-Brown has been specializing in the transformational growth and development of challenging people with complex trauma histories in provincial and federal prisons in Canada. Alison co-authored ‘Trauma informed legal practice, a lawyers toolkit’ which is referred to in this 1 hour webinar. Alison’s work has been deeply impacted by the …

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Investigations & Mental health

Harriet Witchell, founder and CEO of MyKludo has investigations business for over 30 years, serving as a police office in the UK and Australia before establishing one of Australia’s premium workplace investigation firms in 2001. Harriet was a lecturer in Policing Investigations for a number of years and I holds qualifications in a range of …

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Interviewing children concerning allegations of Reportable Conduct

Eleonora De Michele has been working in the Welfare Services sector, specialising in child protection service delivery, for the past 40 years in both government and non-government organisations. Her extensive experience includes working in frontline statutory Child Protection work as a Case Worker, supervisor, senior manager; oversighting Child Protection and Out of Home Care policy …

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Evidence Based Strategies for Interviewing Autistic People

Excellent presentation and so relevant and right. Shows the need for continual training to not only improve but maintain skills. Senior Government Investigator Dr Maras presents the research on why existing investigative interviewing practices such as cognitive interviewing do not work with well for people with autism. She discusses the challenges and evidence based strategies …

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The Top Ten Things About Memory That Every Investigator Should Know

“The material is beyond useful! It is totally relevant with practical application to my role. I have never attended a conference with such relevant material to my role in my whole working life!” Renee Edmonds, Principal Investigator Jane Goodman-Delahunty presented this webinar at a session of the Virtual Investigative Interviewing Conference 2020 for MyKludo. Jane …

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