A best practice masterclass on conducting inquiries and investigations in higher education.
Following the success of this event when it was run in October 2018, we are rerunning the event. This time delegates have the choice of two venues – Woburn House in London on 30 April 2019, and Cheadle House in Greater Manchester on 6 June 2019.
This masterclass follows on from a successful workshop on 20 July with LimeCulture which looked at the implementation of a case management process from 'end-to-end' drawing on the experience of Keele University, this masterclass focuses on managing inquiries and investigations, which is a critical part of case management and will support institutions in 'how to do it'.
The landscape is complicated by the overlapping, occasionally conflicting and competing contexts within which the investigation has to be conducted, contexts that need to balance internal policies, professional requirements and statutory law whilst recognising that allegations can take many forms, including student-to-student misconduct, staff-to-student misconduct, staff-to-staff misconduct and student-to-staff misconduct.
Why should you attend?
Delegates will hear from professional experts from Intersol Global who have significant expertise in devising investigation and interviewing solutions. Building on the framework provided by the Universities UK/ Pinsent Masons guidance on "How To Handle Alleged Student Misconduct Which May Also Constitute a Criminal Offence" and reviews of existing practice, UUK have invited Intersol Global to provide some innovative and useful investigation tools and solutions enabling universities to be better positioned to:
With contributions by additional speakers; UUK and Intersol will facilitate a fascinating introduction to the world of investigation, forensic interviewing, and the concept of 'Extraordinary Case Management' (ECM®).
Who should attend?
This conference will be useful for all university staff who have responsibility for or play a part in conducting inquiries and investigations. Relevant job titles include: