Course Objectives – By the end of the course delegates will be able to
- Understand laws of Evidence & Legislation and sources of Law
- Demonstrate interviewing techniques in order to secure relevant evidence
- Gather and disclose evidence
- Understand Human Rights issues
- Apply cognitive interviewing techniques as developed in America by Edward Geiselman and Ronald Fisher in 1985
- Practice Listening Skills, Stages 1 – 4
- Practice non-verbal communication – theory and practice
- Tape record an interview
- Provide insight into forensic accounting and investigative techniques to seek out and quantify evidence
- Take Statements
- Demonstrate how IT assisted techniques can be used to access and analyse data
- Allocate responsibilities to strategic members of staff for the overall management of interviewing
- Understand how to respond to events and the options open for criminal, civil recovery etc and the requirement of evidence management in support of a criminal case.
- Tape recording of interview aligned with evidence continuity
The Course Fee for this module is £ 350 GBP (Pound Sterling) or Rs.32,700/- + GST 18%, to be paid after online registration.
Candidates are imparted an NTU recognised and acknowledged certificate, after successful completion of this course.
The classes will be held from 9.30 AM to 5 PM daily, with two Coffee Breaks from 11.00 to 11.15 AM and 3.15 to 3.30 PM, as well as Lunch Break from 1.00 to 1.45 PM.
Venue for Classroom Training
The training can also be provided at the location of the organisation subject to number of candidates taking up the course.
The course will commence in May 2020 and the dates will be announced in due course.
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