Who is the course designed for?

Learners who need to know how to present a professional statement/report which complies with the laws and regulations relevant to carrying out investigations. The course focuses on gathering information in support of an investigation. It includes how to research information from various sources, gather information through interviews and having an overview of surveillance, both overt and covert intelligence gathered. The unit also deals with maintaining the security and confidentiality of all information gathered during the investigation. 

Course syllabus

  • Know how to establish the objective and feasibility an investigation

  • Know how to deal with actual or potential conflicts of interests

  • Know how to report and present the findings of an investigation

  • Know how to research and analyse information in support of an investigation

  • Understand how to maintain the security and confidentiality of information gathered

  • Understand a methodology and chronology for the writing of a report

What are the benefits of this course? 

Security staff requiring an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to carry out investigations which are then supported with a professionally delivered and  unbiased objective report; related to the facts gathered within the report.   As part of your professional development this course aligns to certain learning outcomes supported by Skills for Security, the Sector Skills Council for the Security Industry and the SIA (Security Industry Authority). 

Delivery, Assessment and Certification:

  • Formal presentation, group work and practical exercises

  • Learners knowledge is through group discussion

  • The course is nationally recognised and certificated

Post training support is offered as part of our client customer service provision