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IAI Latent Print Certification Test Preparation Training
From Monday, September 18 2017
To Friday, September 22 2017
Every day

 Sponsor: Ron Smith and Associates

 

Description: This course is specifically designed for experienced examiners who want to evaluate their ability to succeed on the International Association for Identification (IAI) Latent Print Certification test.  Only examiners who are eligible, or who will be eligible to apply for IAI Latent Print Certification in the near future should consider participating in this course.  SEE www.theiai.orgfor more information on certification. 
It is important to understand that this course is not designed to teach how to conduct latent print comparisons or how to apply ACE-V methodology to the process, rather the testing of the students ability to compare, identify or eliminate latent prints to known exemplars and then evaluating their likelihood for success in a testing environment is the focus of this training.  A thorough review of all 3 components of the test, combined with a series of skill building exercises to prepare for the practice test on Thursday are all designed to allow each student to measure their own strengths and weaknesses with the help of two experienced and knowledgeable instructors as you prepare for the actual certification test.

Location: Santa Clara County Justice Training Center, 19050 Malaguerra Ave, Classroom E, Morgan Hill CA 95037
Contact: Tim Fayle This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it 408-808-4744

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