After an incident, you will likely be interviewed as part of an investigation, an insurance claim, an inquiry or, in a review by your employer. You may later be required to testify in court, before a tribunal or at an inquiry.  Learning proper documentation techniques will prepare students to professionally present themselves and to provide accurate information in these circumstances.  This one-day course includes the following topics:

  • How, When and Why to Make Notes?
  • What to Expect During the Investigation?
  • What to Expect at an Inquiry/Discovery?
  • Case-studies – relating to scribing
  • Exercises – relating to documentation/scribing
  • Master Event Logs vs. Personal Event Logs – which one to use and when?

Target Audience:

  • Chiefs and Management Team personnel of first response agencies such as Fire, Police, Paramedic, Public Works;
  • Community Emergency Management Coordinators (CEMC) and Alternates;
  • Directors and staff of emergency preparedness at educational institutions;
  • Incident Management System (IMS) and Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) personnel including CAO and elected officials;
  • Members of emergency management program committees;
  • School board management personnel;
  • Health Unit and Health Services management personnel;
  • Members of emergency management program committees;
  • Personnel responsible for emergency management programs within their organizations in the Private Sector and Non-Government Organizations.

Delivered by Loomex Training & Consulting, this 2-day course provides 6 exercises.

Tuition: $275 plus HST
Date: Wednesday October 25, 2017