OSINT Training

We strive to offer the best OSINT training courses available.

CPD Conducting an Investigation

Description

The purpose of this course is to provide a series of workflows and examples that will enable you to understand how to construct an investigative process. We will provide a bespoke template suited to your own specific requirements, where you will be exposed to a large volume of resources that you can continue to use once the course has been completed.

Benefits

You will leave the course understanding the intelligence cycle and how to identify appropriate workflows to meet you or your organisational needs. It will begin the process of creating your own unique mindmap of what an investigation should look like and linking free resources to the process.

Intended Audience

The course is designed to take someone with no prior knowledge of this subject area to a position where they can confidently commence an online investigation and understand the principles of the intelligence cycle and how to efficiently conduct an investigation.

Ability

No previous experience is required.

Language

The course will be taught in English. All students will need to prove an ability to speak good English.

Duration

This is a 4 hour classroom based course . It is suitable for linking with other CPD courses to create a full days training.

For more information, or to book this course, please email training@intelmsl.com or use our online enquiry form.

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