Each individual training course is specifically tailored to the needs of the students. All classes are completely hands on and involve real forensic case work. All courses are a week long and are the equivalent of 40 hrs.
Here is quick overview of our curriculum:

Audio Forensics: Digital Enhancement Introductory Course

The purpose of our training course is for the student to learn introductory Audio Enhancement. The beginners course focuses on learning Best Practices in Forensic Audio. From retrieval to export we will cover the fundamentals of audio and processing techniques and filters for forensic audio clarification. Emphasis will be placed on improving intelligibility in audio in common recording issues. Various software will be introduced with an in-depth look using Izotope RX6.

Audio Forensics: Advanced Course

This is a continuation of the foundation covered in the introductory course. This is an extensive overview of forensic audio enhancement with Izotope RX6. Topics covered will be advanced enhancement techniques, using plug ins with RX6 for best results in clarification, forensic transcription practices and audio authentication techniques. . Also discussed will be the presentation and the explanation of your findings in a court of Law.

Audio Forensics: Digital Enhancement Introductory Course

The purpose of our training course is for the student to learn introductory Audio Enhancement. The beginners course focuses on learning Best Practices in Forensic Audio. From retrieval to export we will cover the fundamentals of audio and processing techniques and filters for forensic audio clarification. Emphasis will be placed on improving intelligibility in audio in common recording issues. Various software will be introduced with an in-depth look using Izotope RX6.

Video Forensics: Introduction to Video Enhancement and Processing

The purpose of this training course will be to introduce the students with enhancement and analysis techniques using Salient Stills Video Focus Pro, Ikena’s Motion DSP, Adobe CS6, and other various digital imaging programs for processing, converting from proprietary formats, and enhancing that video. We will also be discussing, transcoding, codecs, screen captures, and working with both standard and proprietary video. Enhanced Stills, spotlighting and creation of sub clips will be introduced.

Video Forensics: Advanced Course

This is a continuation of the foundation of video processing that was introduced in the first course. There will be a concentration of the authentication of video files from retrieval to export. How to put analytical results into a report. Also the masking and tracking of a suspect in a video. Law and the expert witness will also be reviewed. . Also discussed will be the presentation and the explanation of your findings in a court of Law.

Voice Comparison Analysis: Aural-Spectrographic and Biometric Methods

We will focus on aural-spectrographic and Biometric analysis techniques using Multispeech, iZotope RX6 Advanced, and Biometric Analysis using Easy Voice Biometrics Program. The student will focus on the aural (critical listening) and the visual (spectrograms) and the likelihood ratio of the biometric comparisons. Voice exemplars, making short term comparison tapes, preparing Biometric comparison tapes and doing a full analysis utilizing both technology’s available in Voice Identification. Also discussed will be the presentation and the explanation of your findings in a court of Law.