From special forces teams, to state crime lab analysts, NFSTC brings high quality training to professionals on the front lines of public safety. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org about the services below or to learn how NFSTC can build the training your organization needs.
NFSTC’s catalog of courses were developed by subject matter experts to enhance training for forensic professionals and enthusiasts alike.
NOTE: If you purchase an online training course this week, enrollment will be delayed until Monday, December 1, due to the holiday weekend.
Digital Crime Scene Photography Cost: $79
Introduction to Forensic Biology Cost: $69
Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation Cost: $129 (The group rate for 10 or more is $99.)
Intermediate Crime Scene Investigation Cost: $129 (The group rate for 10 or more is $99.)
Site Exploitation Training
NFSTC’s Site Exploitation training teaches military teams to recognize the intelligence value of evidence and perform basic forensic analysis. Hands on scenario practice increases proficiency and confidence. Kit procurement and integration is also available. Learn more…
DNA Analyst Training
NFSTC offers high-quality Forensic Biological Screening and DNA analyst training which builds upon the academic foundation developed by NFSTC for the National Institute of Justice. Our training can include your choice of specialized workshops, hands-on exercises and assessments. Click here for more details or to request a quote.
NFSTC has a wealth of experience in the development of forensic training programs. NFSTC developed curriculum for degree programs at St. Petersburg College, the University of South Florida and the University of Central Florida. In addition, NFSTC has developed numerous training programs through the National Institute of Justice, including multimedia training for the DNA Initiative (available online at http://www.nfstc.org/pdi/).
NFSTC’s subject matter experts provide instruction in a comprehensive range of forensic disciplines including toxicology, chemistry, microscopy, arson and explosives, firearms examination, DNA analysis and more. Complementing the in-house staff is a network of subject matter experts covering the complete continuum of forensic disciplines.
“One of the best instructors I’ve ever had, highly knowledgeable, entertaining and realistic in terms of law enforcement.” (Essentials of Crime Scene Investigation)
~Lt. Nicholas Zeoli
Rockland (MA) Police Dept. in the Rockland Standard
Several NFSTC courses have been delivered using a blended learning approach, in which students complete preparatory work online before attending classroom- and scenario-based instruction. This approach enables all trainees to acquire the same level of fundamental knowledge about the area of study and reinforces skills learned in the classroom environment. This method maximizes class preparation, assessment and results, and minimizes time away from the job.
NFSTC presented a poster with additional information about blended learning at the 2010 National Institute of Justice conference.