Virtual Managing Investigations Training

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Join our virtual Managing Investigations Training to receive practical advice, learn best practices, and understand the rules when investigating disciplinary and grievance cases.

Investigating these cases is a necessary skill that requires development and understanding, particularly as a failure to properly investigate could undermine any later processes and lead to legal liability.


Upcoming training:

Date: Tuesday 25 April 2023

Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm [2.5 hours]

Speakers: Ailsa Calverley, Lead HR Partner, EPM and Alison Wayman, HR Manager, EPM

Fees: £199+VAT per attendee

Please note: Upfront payment is required for all training courses at least 48hours before. As soon as payment is received you will be sent the link for the training.


Learning outcomes:

In this session, you will learn:

  • the role and need for workplace investigations, when they are required, and the requirements of ACAS Codes of Practice
  • the legal considerations when investigating and decision-making
  • the process, skills and techniques of conducting a thorough investigation

Sign up for the training here








Meet our trainers

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Alison Wayman, HR Manager

Alison joined EPM over three years ago. Having started her career in the private sector, Alison moved into the Education sector around 20 years ago when she became the Director of People Services at a large Further Education establishment in the East Midlands.

More recently, Alison worked for the Local Authority supporting schools before making the move to EPM.

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Ailsa Calverley, Lead HR Partner

Ailsa is one of our Lead HR Partners, and has worked for over 10 years in the Human Resources sector. Added to this experience, she is a qualified teacher, with many years experience teaching within the primary education sector.

Working at EPM has been an opportunity to combine her two passions – education and HR – and enables her to apply unique levels of empathy to the situations in which she advises. Ailsa also volunteers as a Local Authority Governor at a local School, and in this role has oversight of safeguarding. She is passionate about ensuring children of all ages and backgrounds have access to a safe environment, a high-quality education and plentiful opportunities to succeed.

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