Conducting an investigation into alleged employee misconduct requires skill and tact. Those carrying it out must balance thoroughness with fair treatment towards those under investigation. It is crucial that employers have sound evidence on which to rationalize their decision making. An investigation must be impartial and non-judgemental, and separate from any disciplinary process. It must establish if there is a case to answer; the seriousness of any alleged misconduct and be proportionate to it. This highly interactive and practical programme takes the delegate through the investigative process to provide the skills and abilities to undertake an effective internal investigation.