Courses - Bisio - Investigative Training
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New Client For Bisio

New Client For Bisio

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Link to Grant Thornton UK LLP

Bisio Training gains ACP status with BSI

Bisio Training gains ACP status with BSI

BS102000 CONSULTANCY...


Bisio Partners with ExamWorks-IS

Bisio Partners with ExamWorks-IS

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Bisio/IFIG Partnership

Bisio/IFIG Partnership

Bisio to create 'Bespoke' SPOC course for IFIG...

Link to: IFIG Web Site

Bisio Training Ltd is a UKRLP Registered Company

Bisio Training Ltd is a UKRLP Registered Company

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Courses (E-Learning and Classroom based)

BESPOKE TRAINING
If the Investigative training course your Business or Organisation needs is not listed within these course pages, please use the CONTACT US form to let us know and we will be happy to design 'bespoke' courses to suit your requirements.




Classroom: 1 day Courtroom Skills Course
 
Classroom: 1 day Courtroom Skills Course

 £1500 + VAT per day per group.
(For groups of 10 to 12 in-house)
Please Contact us to enquire further.

There is no doubt that the cuts in the criminal justice system will see a rise in ‘litigants in person’.
With that will come more appearances in court as the less ‘trial-experienced’ litigant will want to test the evidence of all the witnesses for the prosecution? A poor performance can be embarrassing, undermine confidence and destroy the credibility of the witness.

Delivered by an experienced barrister this course will give confidence to witnesses and will concentrate on:-

Elements

  1. How the court system works

  2. The role of the witness including expert witnesses

  3. The role of the prosecutor and the ‘defence team’

  4. Cross-examination and how to handle it

  5. Key skills for presenting effective evidence

  6. Expressing an opinion 

  7. Giving confident, clear testimony under cross-examination
The Courtroom Skills course is an intensive and highly practical training day. We want you to get the most from it so we ask that you e-mail us in advance a statement, appropriately redacted, of a case in which you have been involved. You will then be given an opportunity to give your evidence and be cross-examined on it. It will be as realistic as possible and you will get instant feedback on your presentation

 
 
Classroom: 2 Day 'Dealing with Witnesses' course.
 
Classroom: 2 Day 'Dealing with Witnesses' course.

Individuals: £350+VAT per person
 Discounts for Groups and 'In-House' Training
Please Contact us to enquire further

Elements.

  1. Establish and maintain effective relationships with witnesses.
  2. Interview witnesses and obtain relevant information.
  3. Take statements from witnesses.

This course provides students with the skills, knowledge and understanding to carry out an interview to gain information from a witness.

This course deals with both victims and witnesses. It outlines the procedure for obtaining the best possible evidence from them, evidence that can be used in court proceedings. It is designed for those who have a basic knowledge of criminal legislation and the Criminal Justice System and have a responsibility to carry out basic investigations on behalf of law enforcement agencies or other public authorities. Ideally, this course should be completed before Investigative Interviewing.

Target Group

Anyone dealing with victims of or witnesses to incidents.


 
 
Classroom: 1 Day 'Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings' Course (CPIA)
 
Classroom: 1 Day 'Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings' Course (CPIA)

Individuals: £175 + VAT per person
 Discounts for Groups and 'In-House' Training
Please Contact us to enquire further.

Elements

  1. Explain to which type of investigations the Act applies.
  2. Describe the main responsibilities of persons involved in the investigation.
  3. Outline the procedure for retaining, recording and revealing material relevant to the investigation.
  4. Identify issues affecting the Professional Investigator under the Act.

This course will show you how the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (CPIA) and related codes of practice, rules, guidelines and manuals require that material discovered or created as part of a criminal investigation which does not form part of the prosecution's case should be revealed to the prosecutor and considered for disclosure to the defence if it may reasonably be considered capable of undermining the prosecution's case or assisting the case for the defence.

It will also describe the functions that must be carried out by Disclosure Officers and Deputy Disclosure Officers in relation to specific investigations

Target Group
All investigators working on criminal investigations.


 

 
 
Classroom: 1 Day Exhibit Handling course
 
Classroom: 1 Day Exhibit Handling course

Individuals: £175 + VAT per person
 Discounts for Groups and 'In-House' Training (Min 10 students)

Please Contact us to enquire further.

Elements

  1. Explain the role of the Exhibits Officer in respect of investigations.
  2. Discuss the importance of the preservation and management of exhibits.
  3. Use packaging methods and materials that are appropriate for the exhibit and which ensure that integrity and continuity are preserved.
  4. Discuss the potential forensic and evidential values of exhibits.
  5. Demonstrate the correct procedure for the recording of movements of exhibits.
This course will show you how to manage property secured during the course of investigative activity. It will also show you how to work in accordance with legislation and policy and how to advise others as to the appropriate legislation to be used to undertake a search.

It will also show you how to ensure that all property secured during an investigation is accurately recorded, that necessary documentation is produced for the investigation process, that the property is available at court and finally, disposed of in accordance with relevant legislation and policy

Target Group 
All investigators working on criminal or civil investigations.


 
 





 
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