Training Calendar - Education

This is just a brief listing of training courses in July and August that might be of interest to educators and students of forensic science. Many more listings can be found on our online Training Calendar.

Forensic Science Educational Conference
Sponsored by: AAFS
July 25 - July 27
The goal is to increase science teachers' knowledge of the forensic sciences and to assist them as they enrich and/or develop challenging and innovative curricula.
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Website: http://www.aafs.org

Crime Scenes in the Classroom
Sponsored by: Imprimus Forensic Services LLC
July 27 - August 3
For educators who want to use crime scene investigation content material to engage their students in the science currriculum. This program will help educators understand the tools, techniques, and scientific principles of crime scene investigators.
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Website: http://www.imprimus.net

Annual Educational Conference
Sponsored by: IAI
August 7 - August 13
The main professional association for those engaged in forensic identification, investigation and scientific examination of physical evidence. World renowned professionals will present the most current scientific educational sessions, utilizing the most efficient methodologies and technical products and advances in the identification field.
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Website: http://www.theiai.org

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