Enhancing Your Investigative Skills: Interviewing Alleged Perpetrators Multi-Module VIRTUAL Training
Source: Academy for Professional Excellence
Interviewing alleged perpetrators is a key part of conducting an APS investigation. However, for many reasons, APS professionals may not conduct them as often as other types of interviews. This training is designed to advance the ability of APS professionals to effectively interview alleged perpetrators and provides multiple opportunities for participants to practice those skills in a virtual training environment.
This is a multi-module virtual training composed of three modules, including individual practice. Participants will first complete Module 1 in the virtual classroom, then, Module 2: Individual Practice, on their own, and finally Module 3 in the virtual classroom. Each module is full of interaction, opportunities for critical thinking, and skill building.
Interviewing Alleged Perpetrator Tip Sheet
Interviewing Alleged Perpetrators Quick Reference
Module 2 SCORM file for LMS
Link: Enhancing Your Investigative Skills: Interviewing Alleged Perpetrators Multi-Module VIRTUAL Training
Topics: Mandatory Reporting, Multidisciplinary Teams, Overview/General, Prevention/Intervention, Screening/Assessment
Intended Use: Self-directed Learning
Audience: Social Services
Level: Basic, Intermediate