Crime Scene Investigation – CSI
We are delighted to offer a cerebral, yet fun action packed and practical bespoke CSI team building event ideally suited to teams of between 5 and 10 delegates.
Components within the event are tailored to reinforce your company’s values and/or reiterate any training or company message. Participation offers delegates the opportunity to learn new skills in communication, delegation, planning, creativity, resource deployment, lateral thought and presentation.
An all-inclusive event that by design and default promotes a collaborative approach to resolving problems against ever changing time constraints and evolving situations. Each delegate needs be actively involved to vindicate their wrongly accused and incarcerated colleague. Teams compete against one another, completing practical tasks earning access to laboratory results that will prove the innocence of those in the frame. The event culminates in the viewing of each teams photo fit and live television appeals.
Can any one team crack the case or will all teams need to come together and share their successes to complete the headline task?
How it Works
Our facilitators and instructors will share their knowledge of forensic science and Police procedures with appointed team members who will in turn teach their peers skills in radio communication, fingerprint harvesting and analysis, forensic photography, video presentation skills, searching techniques and a whole host of skills that are relevant and transferable into the modern workplace.
Desktop activities within the incident room test delegates abilities to think outside of the box and their newly acquired skills provide an insight into the resolution of these tasks. Collating and analysing information, planning, sharing and displaying competence is the key to resolution and ultimate success.
- Discovering team roles
- Problem solving
- Crisis management
- Learning new skills
- Resource Management
The event can also include a facilitation session at the end to review lessons learned and to discuss ways to improve which can be taken back to the office.