All in-person courses have been cancelled due to the current pandemic, we will update you when that changes. In the meantime grab a coffee (or drink of choice) and get ready for some online training.....
Online Courses (Charged and Free to attend)
2021 VIDEO EVIDENCE TRAINING SYMPOSIUM
Live Online Experience
Organised by the team at iNPUT-ACE
March 22 – March 25, 2021
Last year, the symposium attracted over 600 video evidence professionals for an engaging week with the top thought leaders around the industry. This year we're excited to deliver an even greater event, with more presenters, exciting give-a-ways, and a brand new option to attend a Hands-On workshop.
Register for the 2021 Video Evidence Symposium and you will receive the following:
- Access to our live training sessions March 22-25 (there will be two 90-minute sessions per day)
- Access to recorded versions of the training sessions after the event
- Training Certificate
- The chance to engage with leading video evidence experts
New for 2021: We are excited to announce an optional hands-on workshop this year! Join our professional trainers in a limited-size class and work with actual case footage through our innovative online learning environment.
Video Evidence Recovery and Analysis (VERA)
Live Online ~ UK time zone friendly
When: 25-29 Jan 2021
The Video Evidence Recovery and Analysis Course (VERA) is a five-day training course designed to introduce investigators, examiners and analysts to digital video technology and to meet the specific needs of the digital video examiner and analyst.
The course is particularly suitable for users of DVR Examiner and iNPUT-ACE software.
Online Instructor Led Training from iNPUT-ACE
Courses suitable for new users of the software, more experienced users and analysts and those using video to calculate speed or wanting to combine CCTV and 3D scans.
Operator Certification ~ Intro to iNPUT-ACE and Case Management
Examiner Certification ~ Workflows & Technical Considerations and Narrative Reports & Demonstratives
Metrology Certification ~ Calculating Speed from Video and Reverse Projection Camera Match Overlay
Getting started with DVR Examiner
DVR Examiner can save your forensics team valuable time and money in the field and back at the lab. Sign up for this free 1-hour webinar to learn how to use this program as efficiently and effectively as possible. We will go over the basics of how to use DVR Examiner, as well as talk through some of the newest updates to the the software.
DVR Examiner Feature Focus
Join the webinar series specifically for DVR Examiner users. We take a closer look at what makes DVR Examiner work by focusing on some of the popular features offered within the software.
Missed it? Link to session recordings if available.
Recent "Getting Started with DVR Examiner" video recordings
Previous DVR Examiner "Feature Focus" video recordings
Getting Started with iNPUT-ACE v. 2.6
7th July 2020
Earlier in June, iNPUT-ACE hosted the Online Video Evidence Training Symposium which featured ten, 90-minute training sessions including a walk-through of the latest highlights of 2.6 and how it is changing the way we perform video investigations.
Join us for an encore presentation featuring Brandon Wahl and Grant Fredericks on
12 pm, EST (17:00 GMT+1), July 7, 2020.
iNPUT-ACE v. 2.6 for Traffic Investigators
9th July 2020
Join us for a 30-minute walk-through of the latest highlights of 2.6 and how it is changing the way we perform collision investigations with video evidence.
How to Maximize Efficiency and Effectiveness in Scene Diagramming
July 21 | 11 am (EDT) / 16:00 (BST+1)
You can view the recording of this session by registering here
THINK FORWARD WEBINAR SERIES
Learn Best Practices and New Techniques to Improve Scene Diagramming and Reconstruction
Using best practice measurements and procedures on a crime or crash scene is crucial to ensuring your analysis can be trusted. But if information doesn't make it into your deliverables, or if it’s not easily understood in your reporting, it might as well not exist. Clear, understandable and concise scene diagrams and reconstructions are imperative to bringing cases to justice. And now more than ever, how you create those diagrams has to be easy, efficient and effective.
On July 21, William Henningsen of Collision & Crime Forensic Solutions will show how software is key to optimizing your resources and streamlining your approach. He’ll walk through a fatal crash investigation and show how data was digitally captured and seamlessly combined using Map360 v4.0 software to provide clear analysis and compelling presentation deliverables.
- How to create equal access to digital crime and crash scene data across your agency, regardless of software experience levels
- How to easily move from 2D sketches to advanced capabilities as your agency grows and adopts new technology
- How to effortlessly and effectively import large imagery files and combine data from different sensors to create compelling visualizations
- How to evaluate mapping software to make sure you get the right solution for your agency
If you’ve used previous versions of Map360, you’ll want to attend this webinar to explore the user-friendly interface and time-saving advances of the newly released version 4.0. If you’ve been looking for a scene diagramming and reconstruction software that combines simplicity and power, this webinar is a must.
Sign up now. Be sure to bring your questions for the live Q&A.
Course provide by Leica Geosystems.