The Security Services and Professional Investigator’s Act requires any person in BASHA who works in any of the positions below must have a license. To obtain this license an individual must complete a mandatory training program and write a provincial exam. The BASHA Investigator’s Training course consists of nine modules to be taught on-line over a period of 50-60 hours or more. The course outcomes for this training are intended to provide participants with knowledge and skills in their role and responsibilities as a professional investigator.
Students can expect to learn the fundamentals of investigation. This is a comprehensive course that covers many facets of the investigative process. It begins with the foundation of the investigative process and covers various specific topics such as rules of evidence, interviewing, documentation, report writing, courtroom testimony and other related topics.
This Course in Fingerprint provides a fascinating and comprehensive introduction to an extraordinarily important and challenging area of fingerprints. Fingerprint expert are required to work with the various types of fingerprint like latent fingerprint, plastic fingerprints, visible fingerprints, on various surfaces. fingerprint experts, are scientists who are responsible for preserving, studying and evaluating fingerprints (and often palmprints and footprints) as part of a crime scene investigation.
Forensic analysis in Questioned & Documentation is generally offered as part of a forensic science degree program. Learn about programs and coursework at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree levels, as well as career info for forensic science technicians. As colleges and universities generally don’t offer forensic analyst degree programs, students interested in the topic should instead enroll in a forensic science program; forensic science is offered at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree levels.
Students in forensic science programs learn the basics of crime scene investigation, including how to collect, interpret and preserve evidence. There will be some overlap in subject matter between bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs, but courses in the latter are more specialized.
BASHA has successfully delivered it certified digital forensic courses to numerous law enforcement and legal professionals as well as private corporations across all industry sectors. Our programme is aimed at forensic investigators, digital security practitioners and those with computer forensic experience wanting to develop skills further in order to conduct thorough, efficient and comprehensive investigations. Expert-led trainers and practical technical exercises will ensure you have the latest industry best knowledge practice knowledge and tools to conduct the most effective digital forensic investigations for your organisation.