Team Training Schedule for July
Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 9am to 3pm EST.
Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 10am to 4pm EST
Thursday, July 27th, 12noon to 6pm EST
Information on Training
Team Analysis Training is monthly guided training that is scheduled for 6 hours, which includes 2 short breaks and a lunch break. It is accredited with the University of Maine CEUs (Continuing Educational Units) for professional licenses.
The training is by linked invitation only and is confidential. It often includes "live" cases in which law enforcement requests assistance and is looking for an imminent response. Here the team works on not only detecting deception, but content analysis.
In some cases, teams are asked to work on identifying anonymous threatening letter authors.
Enrollment is to those who have completed or are working in the Complete Statement Analysis course and may sign up on a month-to-month basis.
A 25% discount is offered for yearly subscription. With the yearly subscription, any missed months are simply added to.
The trainings are attended by professionals from the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Russia and the Middle East. Professional instructors continue their own educational advancement as well as new analysts in training, as the more advanced analysts provide supportive encouragement to those new to training.
Participation is via Go To Meeting and analysts may attend from home or work, and continue their own office duties without disruption.
Confidentiality Agreements are entered into by all, and those who enroll in our Complete Statement Analysis Course receive one free invitation to a training.
It is in this monthly guided training that the established foundation of learning is now built upon. Here is where all the learning conducted is put to use. The professional and the amateur work closely together for a common goal.
For my own professional development, I often go into the training without viewing the submitted statement. This puts me in a position for naturally challenging advancement. Others have enrolled in additional training, even if the same statement is used again, as they enjoy the excitement of not only digging deeper into a statement, but grow from the exposure to the experiences and intellects of others. Repetition only further helps build the analyst's internal "data base" of experience.
Team Analysis Training goes beyond "keeping skill sets sharp" as the complexity of human nature and criminal cases forever introduces new and unexpected twists and turns.
New analysts are often pleasantly surprised to witness the child-like enthusiasm for learning that advanced and professional analysts show.
Those who complete a minimum of 60 hours of live ongoing training are eligible for both certification (Statement Analyst I) as well as enrollment in the Advanced Course. Here, upon successful completion and a minimum of 120 hours, they are to submit a final thesis which must meet approval from 3 professional analysts for certification.
The training is generally the last full week of each month and is posted at the website. The only exception may be a holiday week, which, too, is posted in advance.
The invitation link and statement is generally emailed to the analyst the night before training. In some cases, no statement is attached as part of an overall training strategy.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are enrolled in training and did not receive the invitation link, please email.
Other trainings are scheduled but are either private or closed.
There are "seating limitations" for the trainings and some new dates will be scheduled.