Weekend Training Courses
Weekend Training Courses – For when you just can’t get it done during the week.
At Australian Workplace Training & Investigation we realise that HR Professionals and managers are very busy during the week and despite wanting and needing training to assist in dealing with and investigating misconduct and complaints of bullying, harassment and sexual harassment they simply can’t find the time.
With this in mind we will now deliver ALL of our Live by Request Training Courses on a weekend. Click here for the list and details of our On Demand courses. This means that anyone can book in you don’t have to be part of an organisation with multiple attendees. The weekend training courses are only being delivered via Zoom.
The costs are the same as the courses conducted during the week. If you would like more details or to schedule a course contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Live by Request Training Courses are generally run over 3.5 hour sessions, but they can be delivered over a full day to suit your needs. We will always try to do whatever we can to accommodate your schedule and requirements.
All of our the training is conducted by Phil O’Brien a highly qualified and experienced workplace investigator as a result of having to investigate a number of complaints against managers that had their origins in complaints made to a manager where no action is taken. The training is not theory based, it is based on actually issues, complaints and investigations that are faced by HR Professionals and managers.
Interruptions by kids, pets, family members are welcome.
Still don’t have the time? We have some free webinars (about 40 minutes each) that deal with different facets of the investigation process, click here to view
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