In a rapidly changing environment, it’s vital that any disciplinary scheme is both objective and able to comply with relevant legislation. That not only takes careful drafting, review and auditing, but also careful briefing of those involved in its implementation, including case officers, investigators and panel members.
That’s where our bespoke training courses help most. They can cover the following areas:
Designing, drafting and auditing disciplinary processes
Practical training for those involved in constructing disciplinary processes
A look at their role and responsibilities, balancing their interests with the regulatory requirements of the professional body
Practical implications of the requirements of fairness and transparency
Practical, effective communication skills in a sometimes difficult and adversarial environment