2018 Atlanta Training Institutes for Workplace Investigators
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 Export to Your Calendar 4/30/2018 to 5/4/2018
When: April 30 – May 4, 2018
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Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort
4021 Lakeview Drive
Stone Mountain, Georgia  30083
United States


Online registration is available until: 4/30/2018
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A four-day course followed by half-day series of tests.

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In keeping with our mission to promote and enhance the quality of impartial workplace investigations, we invite you to join the intensive Training Institute for Workplace Investigators, the gold standard in our industry. The Institute consists of four days of training, including 10 hours of small group sessions with our experienced faculty, and a half-day series of tests. Students who pass the test will receive a certificate indicating that they have mastered the materials and will be permitted to place the designation ‘AWI-CH’ after their name.

The Institutes generally sell out, so register early.

Register online above or download this form to pay by check.

Rates

2018 Training Institutes Tuition*
AWI Member
Non-Member

Atlanta Early Registration, by January 30, 2018
A 15% deposit will hold your place. The balance of the registration fee will automatically be charged on January 30, 2018.

US$2,995
US$3,145

Atlanta Regular Registration
By March 31, 2018
US$3,195
US$3,345

 
Atlanta Late Registration
After March 31, 2018
US$3,395
US$3,545


*Tuition includes training and tests. Students who have attended a previous Institute may contact the AWI office for a 25% tuition discount code. AWI’s Cancellation and Refund Policy.

Hotel

Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort
4021 Lakeview Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30083; $169 per night
For reservations, call 1-800-228-9290

Curriculum Includes

  • Introduction
  • Understanding and Avoiding Bias in Investigations
  • The Law Governing Why, What, and How We Investigate
  • Identifying the Issues and Planning the Investigation
  • Evidence Theory and Practice in Workplace Investigations
  • Interviewing Witnesses in Workplace Investigations
  • Making Credibility Determinations
  • Achieving Excellence in Investigative Report Writing
  • Full Day Small Group Mock Investigation
  • Half Day Small Group Analysis and Report Writing Exercises
  • Ethical Issues for Attorneys, Private Investigators and Internal Investigators
  • Litigation and Other Events After the Investigation
  • Question and Answer Session

 

 

Atlanta Institute Faculty 

AWI Institute Faculty are recognized experts in their fields. Below is a list of the full-time and part-time faculty that will be present at the Atlanta Institute. View full bios here.

Atlanta Chair: Karen Kramer, Kramer Workplace Investigations

Full-Time Faculty
Donna Evans, Law Offices of Donna R. Evans
Beth Gramigna, Elizabeth Watson Gramigna 
Judy Mims, Microsoft 
Keith Rohman, Public Interest Investigations, Inc.
Alex Sperry, Law Office of Alexander M. Sperry

Part-Time Faculty
Frank Cania, driven HR 
Britt-Marie Cole-Johnson, Robinson & Cole LLP 
Maria Infanger, Lockheed Martin
Terri Levenfeld, Spinelli Donald & Nott
Alezah Trigueros, Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer 
Lori Wolner, Renlow Associates, LLC