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Training Courses Offered and Dates

  • DVR REC: DVR Assessment & Video Recovery Course - (3 day) - Available Dates
  • Image Clarification & Processing w/ClearID - (2 day)
  • FVA 101: Forensic Video Analysis (Intro Course) - (4 day) - Available Dates
  • FVA 201: Forensic Video Analysis (Casework & Workflows) - (3 day)
  • LEVA: Forensic Video Certification Programs @ UIndy - Learn More
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Classes Times - run from 9AM to 5PM with an early dismissal on the last day, no later than 3PM depending on the material covered.

 

FVA 101: Introduction To Forensic Video Analysis - (4 day course)

 

OPEN: Seats still available for these classes

March 3 - 6 (T-F) 2015 - (RMIN, Phoenix, AZ)
Apr 7 - 10 (T-F) 2015 - (Univ. of Indy, LEVA Lab)*
June 9 - 12 (T-F) 2015 - (Ocean Systems, MD)
Aug 4 - 7 (T-F) 2015 - (Ocean Systems, MD)

New Class Dates Added Regularly

* Class held the week before LEVA LVL 1 at the same location so sign up for both and get 2 weeks of training. LEVA LVL 1 April 13-17th, 2015

FULL: Class dates listed below have been filled

Jan 6 - 9 (T-F) 2015 - (Anaheim PD, CA)
Dec 2 - 5 (T-F) 2014 - (Port St. Lucie PD, FL)
Nov 4 - 7 (T-F) 2014 - (Ocean Systems, MD)

 

DVR REC: DVR Assessment & Video Recovery Course - (3-Day) DVR Rec - $895


OPEN:

Mar 23-25 (M-W) 2015 - Ocean Systems, MD

FULL:
Dec 9-11 (Tu-Th) 2014 - Miami-Dade Police
Nov 18-20 (Tu-Th) 2014 - Vancouver PD, BC, Canada
Sept 16-18 (Tu-Th) 2014 - Anaheim PD - (Class is Full)


 

Selecting The Right Person To Send To Training

Selecting a person or persons who are enthusiastic about learning and developing their skills in the field of multimedia evidence processing is probably the single most important choice in maximizing your agencies investment. Forensic Video Analysis is computer driven process. While learning the basics is not difficult, students need to be proficient in a Windows environment.

Students are expected to have at least an average skill level with computers such as: creating folders, saving files, navigating through the Windows environment, basic troubleshooting skills, installing software, etc. Basic computer skills are not taught in Introduction to Forensic Video Analysis.

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