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Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES
Registrants for Report Writing must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In this advanced course, we take learning about writing reports to the next level. Building on the teaching in our Basic course, we review specific aspects of report-writing in more detail, including preparing allegations, summarizing the investigative process, and writing more effective findings. This highly practical course will include individual and group written exercises, all designed to give participants enhanced tools to elevate the readability of their reports.

What you'll learn:

  • How to draft allegations, which set the foundation for the report
  • Tips for outlining/summarizing the investigation process in the report
  • How to craft precise, concise, and effective factual findings and policy conclusions
  • About different forms of reports, such as executive summaries, anonymized reports, and tailored versions provided to the parties
  • How to write (and be kind) to the ultimate reader of your report

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

About our facilitators

Christine Thomlinson is the co-founder and co-managing partner of Rubin Thomlinson LLP. With over 20 years of experience, she is a highly accomplished employment lawyer, one of the country’s foremost experts in workplace investigations, and a trusted advisor to senior human resource professionals.

Learn more about Christine here

Liliane Gingras is a skilled leader and investigator, she is effective at providing strategic direction on the planning and execution of investigations and critically assessing the work of other investigators. Pragmatic, personable and fair, Liliane likes the challenge of finding creative solutions to simplify complex investigations. She gives clients the facts they need to make informed decisions in difficult situations by delivering clear, balanced and logical investigation reports.

Learn more about Liliane here.

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