Quality Dynamics Consultancy Sdn Bhd presents

Jul 12, 2018 (9am - 5pm) at Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie

How to Become a Domestic Inquiry Prosecutor?

(by Mr. Tan Hock Ghee )

objectives

At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
   1.   Carry out disciplinary action in line with the concept of  ‘natural justice’.
   2.   Carry out a professional and legally accepted Domestic Inquiry using
         the right procedures.
   3.   Understand the various procedures in handling misconduct and
         poor performance.
   4.   Conduct thorough investigations and gather relevant evidences and
         facts of the case.
   5.   Prepare the charge sheet, developing relevant questions pertaining
         to the case.
   6.   Prepare cross-examining questions based on facts, evidence, declarations
         and present exhibits.
   7.   Design additional questions before the inquiry.

program content

   1.   To submit his case to the chairman
   2.   To produce his witnesses in front of the panel and submit evidence
         there from
   3.   To submit exhibits for the case
   4.   To allow his witnesses to be cross-examined by the alleged employee or
         his union official
   5.   To cross-examine witnesses produced by the alleged employee
   6.   To make his submission at the close of the inquiry as allowed by
         the Chairman ( a union official representing the alleged employee)
         shall assume a similar role to that of the Prosecuting Officer except,
         that his role is to represent the alleged employee in making his defense.

BENEFITS
   1.   Learn to draft proper charges with the relevant material
         evidence/exhibits
   2.   Understand the important role played by the Prosecuting Officer
         during the inquiry
   3.   Understand and practice the techniques in questioning during
         cross-examinations
   4.   Understand the role played by the various players in the domestic
         inquiry process
   5.   Understand how to present the facts of the case before the Inquiry Panel

methodology

This workshop will focus on the recommended method of framing proper DI charges and effectively conducting internal DI in accordance with the requirements of Malaysian employment laws. Participants will understand how to initiate investigation on misconduct incident/cases and will also be able to conduct proper prosecuting procedures in accordance with procedural fairness. A blend of training techniques incorporating classroom activities, lectures, roles play, team discussion and group dynamic session.

who must attend

   1.  Human Resource Manager/Supervisor/personnel
   2.  Managers/Supervisors/personnel
   3.  In-house Counsellors/ Supervisor/personnel
   4.  Employee Relations Manager/ Supervisor/personnel
   5.  Security Manager/Supervisor/Personnel

investment fee / early bird by 28/06/2018

Standard: RM 915.00 Nett / RM 865.00 nett per participant

Group discount: RM 865.00 nett / RM 815.00 nett per participant for a minimum of 2 participants from the same company

(Fee inclusive of Refreshment, Buffet Lunch, Training Bag, Handouts,  & Certificate of Completion)

registration & payment


PROGRAMS ARE CLAIMABLE UNDER SBL SCHEME

Please register online through www.qdc.com.my or call 03-78054587 / 03-78044196. Our phone line operation hours are from 8:30am to 6:00pm from Monday to Friday.

All registration MUST be accompanied with PAYMENT.

Completed registration form with CHEQUES should be made in favor of "Quality Dynamics Consultancy Sdn Bhd" and sent to:

(FEE PAID IS NOT REFUNDABLE but replacement may be made at no additional cost. Quality Dynamics Consultancy Sdn Bhd reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the above course and shall inform participants of the changes)

COURSE FACILITATOR - MR. TAN HOCK GHEE

Mr. Tan Hock Ghee’s last position before going fulltime consulting and Training was Human Resource Director at Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Centre (2009-2010).  He joined Titan Chemicals Bhd in January 2006, as the Vice President of Human Resources & Administration.  He has over 30 years of experience with the government and private sector and specializes in Human Resources Development and Talent Management. Prior to joining Titan Chemicals in 2006, Mr. Tan was the General Manager - Human Resources & Administration (Hexagon Holdings Bhd), Executive Director – Organizational Development (PT. AraraAbadi, Indonesia), General Manager - Human Resource & Administration (Dataprep Holdings Bhd), Senior Manager – Human Resource Development (Samsung Electronics Group Malaysia). He was also the Training Coordinator for Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC) in Plywood Manufacturing in the following years of 1992-1994. Worked at the Ministry of Education Malaysia in the Technical & Vocational Education Division as Assistant Director (Electrical/Electronic Engineering) since 1985-1991 and as its Chief Instructor from 1974-1982.

Mr. Tan graduated with a Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Communication) from University of Technology Malaysia (1974), Mechanics in Radio & TV Servicing at The Central Training Institute (CTI - Bombay, India), Bachelor of Science Technical Education (1983) and Master of Science Industrial Education (1984) from the University Wisconsin-Stout, Wisconsin, USA. Trained (1990) as “Occupational Analyst” at the renowned “The Holland College” in Prince Edward Island, Canada sponsored by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

He is proficient in both English and Bahasa Malaysia.