Why you should sign up for our virtual evidence collection training NOW!
What’s great about virtual training? You can sign up at the last minute! What’s bad about virtual training? You THINK you can sign up at the last minute!
Don’t wait to sign up for TapRooT® Evidence Collection and Interviewing Techniques to Sharpen Investigation Skills virtual training June 14 and 15. There is a cap on the number of attendees I will allow because this course is very interactive, and once we go over that cap, it becomes more difficult to be interactive. If you wait, you may lose your chance to learn how to conduct better investigations. Not only that – you receive some great books (our major investigation and our evidence collection hardback books) with this course and we need time to ship them to you!
This course was updated for the Summit. Take a look at the agenda below.
Day 1 (Six hours)
- Preplanning & Evidence Collection: You can make your investigations easier with a little simple pre-planning.
- Scene Management: Even if you are not involved in emergency scene management, understanding how it effects evidence collection is helpful!
- Evidence Collection & the TapRooT® Investigation Process: Learn where evidence collection fits into a TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis and the whys behind it.
- Prepare for an Initial Site Visit: The Planning SnapCharT®: Use your SnapCharT® in your group exercise to prepare for a site visit based on a sample incident.
- TapRooT® Root Cause Tree & Dictionary for Evidence Collection: Think the TapRooT® Root Cause Tree & Dictionary can only be used for analysis of root causes? Investigators who use these tools for evidence collection collect substantially MORE evidence.
Day 2 (Six hours)
- Critical Human Action Profile: Task analysis is a dynamic way to collect better evidence. Learn how to do that with a Critical Human Action Profile.
- Emotional Intelligence: The more emotional intelligence you can develop, the smoother your investigations will run. The good news is, it’s easy to improve emotional intelligence.
- Active Listening Skills: The #1 skill to develop for being a better investigative interviewer is active listening. Take our inventory and learn where to improve.
- Decoding Nonverbal Behavior: This is a fun section! Learn how to “hear” what your witness isn’t “saying.”
- Effective Interviewing for Incident Investigations: Learn the TapRooT® 12-Step Process and collect better quality and quantity of evidence. You’ll have an opportunity to practice the skills in a mock interview.
Register for the training below or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.