Process Server Training

Next Class: 18th July 2017 (Tues) @ LS1 2LH

 

Process serving, is carried out by Private Investigators on a regular basis. Process Serving involves investigatory skills and falls within the definition of Private Investigation. The Private Security Industry Act 2001 defines, “Private Investigation”, as any surveillance, inquiries or investigations that are carried out for the purpose of obtaining information about a particular person or about the activities or whereabouts of a particular person.

 

E-Learning Process Server Resources

 

 

 

Process Servers are servants of the Courts and are subject to Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure Rules – you serve documents within certain time scales either personally or in the prescribed manner.

Most successful professional private investigators offer process serving and it is a primary income stream...Never turn down a lucrative process serving job or assignment again! 

We concentrate on building up your knowledge of the many components of expertise that operational private investigators should know and understand.

 

 

The Next training Day is an

ABI Academy Workshop

 

The cost is: £184.16 (VAT Included and 365 days access to e-learn process servers)

 

ABI Members pay: £154.84

 

E-LEARN PORTAL: You have access to several key skill areas:

 

  • Principles of Gathering and Using Information for Investigations

  • Methods and rules of process serving and the means by which the serves are reported

  • Civil Procedure Rules, Claim Forms

  • Divorce Petitions

  • Statutory Demands, Bankruptcy and Winding up Petitions

  • Order to Attend court for questioning / Suspended committal order

  • Sample reports and proofs of service for:

    • Statutory Demands

    • Bankruptcy Petitions

    • Winding up Petitions

    • Non-Molestation Orders

    • Residence Orders

    • Occupation Orders

    • Committal Notices

    • Licensing Notices

    • Divorce Petitions

    • Subpoenas

    • Witness Summonses

    • Applications

    • Possession Orders

    • Notices to Quit

    • Claim Forms

    • Witness Summons

    • N79a  Suspended Committal Order

    • N84 Interim Third Party Debt Order

    • N39 Order to Attend Court

    • Prohibited Steps Orders

  • Strategies. Health and safety considerations. Process serving best practice

 

Our library of word doc and .pdf's are availble to download, as required, to professionally create your Statement of Service, Certificate or Affidavit

 

Once enroled you have 24/7 access to the learning resouces that are updated on a daily basis

 

Refreshments supplied @ Burton Regan Ltd t/a: Private Investigator Training UK, Vicarage Chambers, 9 Park Square East, Leeds, LS1 2LH.

 

 

Our Classroom training option is available to groups or organisations that require intensive, practical, training - please apply for dates and prices or enrol here

 

  • 09.00 – 10.30: Introduction to the modules and tutors. Icebreaker. ABI / Academy. Context: Professional Standards and BS102000, Conducting Investigations. Overview of the documents that process servers deliver
  • 10.30 – 11.00: Coffee break
  • 11.00 – 13.00: Process Serving: Timescales, reports and proofs of service
  • 13.00 – 14.00: Lunch Break
  • 14.00 – 15.00: Process Serving (Cont...). Health and safety considerations. Process serving best practice
  • 15.00 – 15.30: Coffee break
  • 15.30 - 17.00: Tracing / Process Server workshop

 

Please arrange your accommodation locally, if required. Buffet meals provided.

Take your professional investigator training with established organisations.

 

 

Your tutor is: Kevin J Regan

 

Burton Regan Limited, Inc: Private Investigator Training UK,

Vicarage Chambers, 9 Park Square East, Leeds, LS1 2LH.

 

Kevin J Regan  B.A. (Hons.)

Member: Association of British Investigators

Trainer: Association of British Investigators Academy

Forensic and Policing Services Association

United Kingdom Process Servers Association

 
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Phone: Tel: 0800 279 7752

Fax: Fax: 0113 277 8496

 

 

 


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