On this page we will be posting news about what’s happening with AWPTI and new projects that we have in the pipeline.

AWPTI News – 9 October 2017 – AWPTI has been appointed to the Orana Regional Organisation of Councils (OROC) Code of Conduct review panel. OROC comprises 12 member councils, this includes Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Cobar, Coonamble, Dubbo Regional, Gilgandra, Mid-Western Regional, Narromine, Walgett, Warren, and Warrumbungle

AWPTI News – 10 October 2017 – AWPTI has been appointed to the Wollongong Council’s Panel of Conduct Investigators.

AWPTI News – 9 October 2017 – AWPTI has been appointed to the Port Stephen Shire Council Code of Conduct review panel. This means that AWPTI may be engaged to undertake conduct reviews and investigations. The Port Stephen Shire Council is part of the Hunter Organisation of regional Councils.

AWPTI has a wealth of experience in providing these services across Local, State and Commonwealth Government as well as the private and Not for Profit sectors.

AWPTI – workplace investigation Sydney and through-out NSW, QLD and Victoria. Workplace training national wide
Misconduct investigations, bullying investigations, harassment investigations & sexual harassment investigations, complaint investigations, grievance investigations, discrimination investigations

AWPTI News – Downloadable Investigation Training Modules.

We have just started work on our new Investigation Training modules for HR Professionals.  Currently we conduct the Investigating Workplace Misconduct PLUS (2 day course) on a face to face basis.  While we consider that face to face training from an actual investigator to be the best method, we realise that it may be difficult for some organisations to get your staff together in one place at the same time and also the cost may be a prohibitive factor.

With this in mind we are working towards breaking the training course down into individual modules costing of;
1. Videos with an embed PowerPoint style presentation recorded by a trainer/investigator exactly the same as the face to face presentation, as if you were there.
2. A comprehensive workbook
3. Skype interview sessions with facilitators in the roles of complainants, witnesses and respondents.
4. Skype Q&A sessions with facilitators

We Plan to design the course to follow the outline of the face to face course (see link) including working through a complete investigation from the receipt of the complaint, interviewing the parties and making recommendations within the final report.

We expect this course to be up and running in early 2018.