Training Delivery - Classroom Training / Onsite

DF500 Instructor Development Program: BDFA-Seizure (Sept 2019, Virginia)

This course is part of the National White Collar Crime Center’s (NW3C) train-the-trainer (T3) initiative. T3 is a proven model for increasing training capacity while maintaining quality and program effectiveness, maximizing the number of students who can benefit from in-person training. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach NW3C's “Basic Digital Forensic Analysis (BDFA): Seizure” course. The instructor development curriculum covers adult learning principles, presentation skills, and administrative and logistical information new instructors need in order to schedule, deliver, and report on classes under the T3 program. The practicum portion of the agenda gives students the opportunity to teach portions of the “BDFA: Seizure” curriculum in a workshop environment, receiving and incorporating peer and instructor feedback.

CenTF Multijurisdictional Task Force Commanders Training (Aug 2019, Oregon)

The Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Center for Task Force Training (CenTF) Program offers the classroom-based “Task Force Commanders Training” through a two-day onsite training. This training covers a variety of topics designed to assist task force commanders and other law enforcement leaders in making appropriate decisions regarding task force administration and operations planning and management.

CI101 Basic Cyber Investigations: Digital Footprints (Aug 2019, Indiana)

This course introduces learners to the concept of digital footprints and best practices in protecting personally identifiable information (PII). Topics include limiting an individual’s digital footprint, protecting privacy on social media, and the consequences of oversharing personal information, as well as steps to take after becoming a target of doxing.

CI501 Instructor Development Program: Digital Footprints (Aug 2019, Indiana)

This course is part of the National White Collar Crime Center’s (NW3C) train-the-trainer (T3) initiative. T3 is a proven model for increasing training capacity while maintaining quality and program effectiveness, maximizing the number of students who can benefit from in-person training. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach NW3C’s “Basic Cyber Investigations: Digital Footprints” course. The instructor development curriculum covers adult learning principles, presentation skills, and administrative and logistical information new instructors need in order to schedule, deliver, and report on classes under the T3 program. The practicum portion of the agenda gives students the opportunity to teach portions of the “Digital Footprints” curriculum in a workshop environment, receiving and incorporating peer and instructor feedback.

CI501 Instructor Development Program: Digital Footprints (Aug 2019, West Virginia)

This course is part of the National White Collar Crime Center’s (NW3C) train-the-trainer (T3) initiative. T3 is a proven model for increasing training capacity while maintaining quality and program effectiveness, maximizing the number of students who can benefit from in-person training. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach NW3C’s “Basic Cyber Investigations: Digital Footprints” course. The instructor development curriculum covers adult learning principles, presentation skills, and administrative and logistical information new instructors need in order to schedule, deliver, and report on classes under the T3 program. The practicum portion of the agenda gives students the opportunity to teach portions of the “Digital Footprints” curriculum in a workshop environment, receiving and incorporating peer and instructor feedback.

CI101 Basic Cyber Investigations: Digital Footprints (Aug 2019, West Virginia)

This course introduces learners to the concept of digital footprints and best practices in protecting personally identifiable information (PII). Topics include limiting an individual’s digital footprint, protecting privacy on social media, and the consequences of oversharing personal information, as well as steps to take after becoming a target of doxing.

DF500 Instructor Development Program: BDFA-Seizure (Aug 2019, West Virginia)

This course is part of the National White Collar Crime Center’s (NW3C) train-the-trainer (T3) initiative. T3 is a proven model for increasing training capacity while maintaining quality and program effectiveness, maximizing the number of students who can benefit from in-person training. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach NW3C's “Basic Digital Forensic Analysis (BDFA): Seizure” course. The instructor development curriculum covers adult learning principles, presentation skills, and administrative and logistical information new instructors need in order to schedule, deliver, and report on classes under the T3 program. The practicum portion of the agenda gives students the opportunity to teach portions of the “BDFA: Seizure” curriculum in a workshop environment, receiving and incorporating peer and instructor feedback.

DF100 Basic Digital Forensic Analysis: Seizure (Aug 2019, West Virginia)

This course introduces the information and techniques law enforcement personnel need to safely and methodically collect and preserve digital evidence at a crime scene. Topics include recognizing potential sources of digital evidence; planning and executing a digital evidence-based seizure; and the preservation, packaging, documentation, and transfer of digital evidence.

FC111 Financial Crimes Against Seniors Seminar (Sept 2019, Michigan)

This course promotes a multiagency approach to the problem of financial exploitation of senior citizens. Topics include working with senior victims, examining documents like bank records and power of attorney, and using resources for investigation and community awareness. Detailed examination of a case study, from initial complaint to prosecution, reinforces and illustrates the course content. With a dual focus on financial abuse by trusted persons and common scams aimed at seniors, the course introduces senior-specific investigative skills while facilitating networking and cooperation that can extend out of the classroom and into real cases.

CI501 Instructor Development Program: Digital Footprints (Aug 2019, Tennessee)

This course is part of the National White Collar Crime Center’s (NW3C) train-the-trainer (T3) initiative. T3 is a proven model for increasing training capacity while maintaining quality and program effectiveness, maximizing the number of students who can benefit from in-person training. Students who complete this program are qualified to teach NW3C’s “Basic Cyber Investigations: Digital Footprints” course. The instructor development curriculum covers adult learning principles, presentation skills, and administrative and logistical information new instructors need in order to schedule, deliver, and report on classes under the T3 program. The practicum portion of the agenda gives students the opportunity to teach portions of the “Digital Footprints” curriculum in a workshop environment, receiving and incorporating peer and instructor feedback.

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