Training Calendar - Forensic Science

This is just a brief listing of training courses from now through October that might be of interest to those working in forensic science. Many more listings can be found on our online Training Calendar.

ASCLD/LAB-International Traceability, Measurement Assurance and Uncertainty of Measurement Web-Based Training Courses
Sponsored by: ASCLD
August 30 - September 1
Introduce the general foundational concepts of TMAUM. Training is applicable for all staff in a forensic testing or calibration lab.
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Website: http://www.ascld-lab.org/trng/courseinfo.html

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Sponsored by: San Bernardino County SD
September 19 - September 23
Pattern definitions, biological and physical properties of blood, physics of blood, stain shape and impact angle determination, motion and directionality, area of origin determination, photography, documentation, testimony and more
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Website: http://www.sites.google.com/site/sbsdcsitraining/home

FTIR Analysis of Controlled Substances
Sponsored by: Hooke College of Applied Sciences
September 26 - September 26
Instruction and practice on how to use an FTIR to obtain and interpret spectra of controlled substances.
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Website: http://www.hookecollege.com/courses/course.asp?COURSE_ID=134

International Association of Blood Pattern Analysts
Sponsored by: IABPA
October 3 - October 7
Annual Educational Conference-Promoting education, establishing training standards and encouraging research in the field of bloodstain pattern analysis.
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Website: http://www.iabpa.org

American College of Forensic Examiners International
Sponsored by: ACFEI
October 12 - October 14
Actively promotes the dissemination of forensics information and the continued advancement of forensic examination and consultation across the fields of membership.
Website: www.acfei.com

International Symposium on Human Identification
Sponsored by: Promega
October 3 - October 6
Exploring the latest breakthrough DNA technologies
Website: www.promega.com

SMP-520: Sample Preparation - Particle Isolation for Transmission Electron Microscopy
Sponsored by: Hooke College of Applied Sciences
October 17 - October 17
Learn isolation and mounting techniques for single particle contaminants and non-bulk materials.
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Website: http://www.hookecollege.com

INS-520: Transmission Electron Microscopy
Sponsored by: Hooke College of Applied Sciences
October 18 - October 20
Hands-on Instruction for new and experienced operators.
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Website: http://www.hookecollege.com

SMP-520: Sample Preparation - Particle Isolation for Transmission Electron Microscopy
Sponsored by: Hooke College of Applied Sciences
October 25 - October 27
Learn isolation and mounting techniques for single particle contaminants and non-bulk materials.
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Website: http://www.hookecollege.com

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