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Refresh Your Investigation Skills with RHE

23rd May 2019 Training

Need help with Noise Investigations? Investigative Skills, a new e-Learning course from RHE, is the answer.

Undertaking an investigation in a way that allows the evidence collected to be used in legal proceedings is an essential element of a successful complaints process. It is important that investigators understand the rules that relate to the collection of evidence, taking witness statements, dealing with suspects and preparing for court, including being involved in the presentation of evidence. Even simple failures during the evidence collection process can weaken a case and ultimately result in failure in court. By refreshing your investigative skills knowledge, you can avoid the reputational damage of having evidence excluded because of improper processes.

Our new e-learning course, Investigative Skills, takes learners through the investigation process from being properly authorised right through to giving evidence in court. The full course provides 12 modules followed by an examination; alternatively, learners can choose a package of modules to meet their individual training needs. 

The full details can be found on website or, to speak to the team directly, please call 01239 711793.