How many times do you end up regretting decisions after an interview?
Such as times where you missed key clues?
From time to time, we all miss the meaning behind what somebody has told us. Or we may forget exactly what somebody has said. This course will help you to avoid these things at work, and in life more generally.
In reality, asking the right questions, at the right time, and in the right way is the most important part of processes at work. By the time you finish an interview you could have missed information, tone and detail. Whether you succeed or not can be down to the questions you ask. For that reason, it’s important to have the skills to investigate well.
Interviews need to take place in both recruitment and selection. In a similar way, they are crucial when finding partnerships. Furthermore, they are key in supplier selection, and also in cross-team collaboration.
It is undeniably clear that a successful interview is key in success in the wider workplace!
This training is designed to obtain accurate and in detail information. The course teaches you to go beyond standard questions that you may be used to.
The technique is built upon the experience and expertise of UK law agencies who specifically use ‘IIT’.
Generally, the course includes ‘in time’ recording techniques. Following this you will learn investigative questioning techniques alongside eye accessing cues. As well as this, behavioral analysis and the PEACE framework for investigative interviewing will be explored. Alongside this, specialised communication techniques which will help you generate and maintain a decision log. Finally, the course delves into rapport building techniques.
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It’s important to note, all of our training programmes will earn you CPD points. Click here to learn even more about our CPD Standards Office ‘Dual Accreditation’.
For employees, CPD helps keep skills up-to-date. It also ensures the standard of qualifications. Furthermore, it adds to a sense of professional direction.