CAWI Webinar: Becoming a Workplace Investigator
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/27/2018
When: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Noon CT
Where: Online


Online registration is available until: 9/27/2018
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Session Description

In Canada, individuals that want to conduct workplace investigations as consultants, must be licensed in accordance with their respective provincial legislation. In addition to licensing requirements, provincial legislation sets out rules and regulations, as well as a Code of Conduct that private investigators must follow. 

Licensing requirements are not well-known but it is important that communication gets out there since conducting investigations without a license is not lawful.  Each province has its own set of rules and the costs will vary based on the province issuing the license. The main components of licensing is the same Canada-wide.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to become eligible to obtain a private investigator’s license in your province. 
  • Discuss appropriate licensing offices and procedures.

Please note that this webinar is targeted towards the Canadian investigator.

Rates

Members & Sustaining Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

Presenter

Kerrie Auld 2018

Kellie Auld is a licensed professional private investigator in the Province of British Columbia and has her own Security Business, Simply Communicating. She worked in human resources for approximately 15 years prior to opening her security business and she was also a civilian member with the RCMP in the field of communications. She has received certification in human resources law, workplace investigations, advanced investigation interviewing techniques and has received a certificate in P.E.A.C.E. interviewing. She has conducted investigations over the years for a wide variety of organizations in union and non-union environments, provincial and federal agencies as well as for private businesses. She teaches investigation interviewing for HR professionals as well as for investigators new to the workplace environment.