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With some preparation, virtual interviews can be as effective and fair as in-person interviews and provide considerable advantages including cost and travel time savings. In fact, as society begins to return to “new normal”, virtual interviews may remain the perfect means in some circumstances.

Chris Munden, Senior Training Consultant at Bond Solon, interviewed Jim Sullivan, Lead Specialist Investigative Trainer, on the use of virtual interviewing and gave his top tips for conducting virtual interviewing.

Bond Solon has designed a 2-day course Conducting Investigative Interviews Virtually to develop the practical skills required to gather evidence during virtual interviews. During this course, delegates will consider best practice in how they conduct virtual interviews ensuring maximum effectiveness in the way they gather evidence.

This article was first published on Thursday 6th May 2021.

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