2016 - Jamaica Major Organised Crime & Anti-Corruption Agency
'Great insights were gained into the legal implications of engaging an AO and different protocols and legal factors which must be adhered to at each stage.'
'Tutors performed admirably.'
'Definitely widened my horizons having a better understanding of Assisting Offenders.'
'Really good course. Covered an area I had never experienced before. The content was very relevant to everyday activities. The main value was to the exposure to best practice. The step by step approach that makes it immediately applicable.'
'The main value of this course was the information shared and experience gained. Over all the course was a learning experience and an aid to capitalising on utilising or exploiting Assisting Offenders to the benefit of the justice system.'
'The course was very good, what we can do is use some of the ideas and tailor others to fit our circumstances here. It was good to hear about other jurisdictions experience. Anything that gives MOCA the upper hand in dealing with criminal elements is worth trying.'
'I enjoyed the course and more investigating officers should be exposed to this material.'
Overall - 95% of the students rated the tutor’s performance as excellent.
2018 Review of the UK Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency whistleblowing policies and delivery of bespoke three day training programme. -
feedback included - "This was a very well organised and delivered training course- lots of practical examples and scenarios tailored to the work of the MHRA"
"I personally feel the course has given me the relevant structure, knowledge and approach to be more confident in the management of whistleblowing referrals "
February 2020 - Feedback following the launch of our E Learning Whistleblowing awareness course from Belfast City Council
“I thought the course content, format and length were superb! The mix of styles was really good and the checking for learning at different points really useful. It’s one of the best online courses that I have come across”