We provide training to both private and public sector organizations in investigation and analysis techniques. Our courses vary in length and depth. We also have advanced courses for investigators who wish to progress in their field. Courses can be customized to meet the needs of particular customers.
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Training
Information on social networks, forums and in key public record data can play a critical role in modern investigations and intelligence gathering activities.
We train investigators and analysts from the public sector, including law enforcement, regulatory authorities and Government of Canada employees responsible enhanced reliability or enhanced secret screening on how to use the Internet as an investigative tool.
We also work with corporate security groups, AML compliance professionals responsible for KYC and enhanced due diligence; and loss prevention professionals to train them on investigative research and using open source intelligence gathering techniques.
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Economic Crime Investigation Training
We are retained on a regular basis to provide training to organizations on economic crime investigation techniques. The needs vary from addressing a particular fraud problem, to training for new investigators or to training for senior staff who need a cost-effective solution for maintaining their professional credentials.
Whether you need to develop a training program from the ground up or trainers to deliver existing content, we can help.
Topics include policies, law and professional standards, financial analysis using spreadsheets, advanced analytics, securing evidence, working with electronic evidence, interviewing in fraud examinations and much more.
Private Investigation Training
With respect to developing the private investigators of the future, KeyNorth Professional Services Group Inc. is authorized by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services to provide training to individuals seeking to become licensed as Private Investigators under the Private Security and Investigative Services Act.
If you are a representative of a Canadian Federal Government Department, click here to learn about how we work with the Federal Public Service