Requiring approximately 40 person/hours to complete, attendees have 6 months to conclude the course from wherever and whenever they choose – extensions may be granted.
The Canadian version of “Using the Internet as an Investigative Research Tool” is certified by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and Canadian students are eligible for a T2202A tuition and education tax receipt. The Canadian version of the course is a mandatory component of the Canadian Institute for Financial Crime Analysis professional development program at Ontario’s Seneca College.
The UK Financial Crime specific version of the course is accredited by the National Policing Improvement Agency Proceeds of Crime Centre (NPIA POCC), successful completion of which can be used toward earning or maintaining the Financial Investigator (FI) designation.
This course is designed for UK investigators employed or seeking employment within the Financial Services industry, and who are referred to the program through the National Policing Improvement Agency. Upon completion, students will receive a certificate of achievement from the National Policing Improvement Agency.
This course is designed for research and investigative professionals located around the world, and contains information, sites and tools relevant to online investigation and research that spans the global networks we operate in daily.
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