Bullying Investigation On Site
Bullying: Investigation – Site and District Level Onsite Program
Quality investigation of complaints and the investigative process present challenges in our workplaces and schools today. Unfortunately, many employers and school officials do not take effective action regarding these issues until they are faced with a lawsuit. The jury verdicts in this area are frequently in the millions of dollars and often imposed against educators based on personal liability for failure to properly handle these matters.
Participants will learn how to conduct a thorough, impartial investigation of misconduct allegations, utilize complete system of procedures, forms, and checklists for legal and educational compliance and more. This training program is for administrators, Title IX officers, and designated investigative teams.
GRADUATE CREDIT is available for ONSITE workshops.
The McGrath Comprehensive Bullying and Illegal Harassment Investigation Training is interactive, engaging, features role playing, and break-out group discussion. This approach ensures understanding the requirements and the skills to implement a legally sound investigation process. Participants are provided with a Bullying and Illegal Harassment Investigation Workbook, complete with up-to-date federal laws, EEOC guidelines, case study transcripts, complaint intake forms, interview checklists, investigation guidelines, and a template for preparing a final investigation report.
No other program offers the comprehensive level of instruction in the investigation process as McGrath Bullying and Illegal Harassment courses.
Participants will learn the following and much more:
- Legally sound tools and procedures to detect and avoid individual and organization liability
- How to track and respond to rumors and patterns of victimization
- How to conduct an environmental scan of the shcool population to identify multiple victims and witnesses
- How to conduct effective interviews
- A complete system of legally fit procedures for investigation and documentation
- Sensitivity to and appropriate interaction with the alleged victims, perpetrators, witnesses, community members and media during an investigation
For: Site administrators, complaint managers, human relations directors, school counselors, and risk managers.
* Prerequisites may apply.