All Acas events on Investigations

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27 February 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This event is nearly full

Leeds
28 February 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
29 February 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
29 February 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Birmingham,
5 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This event is nearly full

Ipswich
7 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Glasgow
13 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

London
14 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations - digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
14 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Manchester
19 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Gatwick
20 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Nottingham
20 March 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
20 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations - digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
25 March 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
26 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Newcastle upon Tyne
27 March 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Edinburgh
2 April 2024
13:30 - 16:30 Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
10 April 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Newcastle upon Tyne
11 April 2024
13:30 - 16:30 Nearly Full
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
15 April 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Conducting investigations - digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
18 April 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Digital via Zoom
23 April 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Leeds
23 April 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Conducting investigations - split day digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Digital via Zoom
25 April 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Conducting investigations - digital event

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.
This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
14 May 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Aberdeen
14 May 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Birmingham,
15 May 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Exeter
28 May 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Cardiff
29 May 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Cambridge
4 June 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Manchester
6 June 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


Nottingham
13 June 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Conducting investigations

How to conduct a fair internal investigation, from gathering the evidence to presenting the findings

Investigations in the workplace are held to clarify and establish the facts of a case and help employers reach a decision. It is important that they are conducted fairly. 

Employers may be held liable if a poor investigation leads to a decision that results in an employment tribunal claim. 

This event will provide you with key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that you are considering all the crucial facts and that you undertake the process in a fair and unbiased manner. You will also gain valuable understanding of what the law requires and learn key investigation skills, such as interviewing and report writing.


London