Monday, October 27, 2008

An Introduction to Forensic Photoshop: e-learning

I've received so much feedback over the years about the problems of travel for training. With the economy turning agency budgets upside down, many folks are being told that traveling to training is simply out of the question. There are so many restrictions that are put on folks and I've always felt bad about the fact that they'd love to get out and receive training, but they are stuck ... what to do?

That's the bad news. Here's the good news:

I've teamed up with the American Institute of Forensic Education to bring Forensic Photoshop to everyone. I am pleased to announce that my 16 hour Forensic Photoshop coursework is now available as a self-paced e-learning class. Training just got a little easier.

An Introduction to Forensic Photoshop combines the book with a self-paced curriculum guide and proficiency test. It includes instructional videos, sample work files, and is backed by the leader in on-line forensic education.

We'll follow this up next year with a quarterly offering of Advanced Forensic Photoshop. This will cover 40 hours of intense study with virtual white board sessions, webinars, and so much more.

It is often difficult to quantify e-learning for purposes of continuing education requirements or your CV. The AIFE has taken care of that for you. Upon your passing the final exam, you'll receive a certificate of completion and verification that you have earned the 16 hours of credit.

Now, you can get the Photoshop training that you've been asking for in the comfort of your own office. 

Check it out for yourself by clicking here.

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