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Virtual Training: Introduction to Basic Crime Scene Investigation

How Crime Scene Investigators Do What They Do


Do you want a career as a forensic professional?

Have you been told you don't have the experience to get hired as a forensic professional?

Looking for answers?

Learn what it takes to become a forensic professional!

Get Trained in Basic Crime Scene Investigations


This 4-week virtual training course is the perfect answer to help you gain knowledge and skills to increase your chances of getting hired.

This course is for students like you who want to position themselves as the ideal candidate for agencies are looking to hire!




Online Training starts Saturday May 16, 2020
at 10 am (PST)


This is an interactive program designed to give you the competitive edge when applying to positions

This virtual training program is a MUST if you are


a recent graduate seeking forensic training in crime scene investigations


still in school student wanting to supplement theory only courses with interactive training


forensic job seeker lacking the necessary skills in getting hired as a forensic professional


public safety professional looking to transition into a new professional role

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This virtual training course is ideal for anyone just starting to apply to positions or who need specialized online instruction in forensic science.

Learn from a former CSI with over 20 years of experience!

Discover how to preserve evidence in environmental challenges (rain, wind,

Analyze case studies to examine investigative process

Document and sketch scenes

Registration includes:

  • PDFs
  • Course taught by former Crime Scene Investigator and moderated by Criminalistics Professor
  • Certificate of completion
  • Interactive activities
  • Forensic Career Tips
  • 4-Weekly Live Lectures
  • Q&A sessions
  • Community building exercises
  • Recorded Lectures

Seating is limited to 20 students

Online Training starts Saturday May 16, 2020

at 10 am (PST)




Course Curriculum



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