This presentation has been designed to help you write good Terms of Reference or at the very least recognise a set of poor ones.
We’ll tell you about:
How to go about creating ‘good’ terms of reference
How to avoid language that might bias the outcome of the investigation
How to challenge poor terms of reference
And what to do if new evidence comes to light during an investigation that might mean the terms of reference need to be changed.
What that means for you is that by the end of the presentation you’ll be able to:
Consider and assess a set of ToR to determine whether they meet best practice, namely that they contain concise, appropriately worded boundaries detailing the level of specificity required to undertake a full investigation about a practice related concern.