Training courses

Introduction to information & intelligence    

This briefing is designed to highlight the value of effective information collection techniques and intelligence production. The briefing will show how to make the most of the huge amount of information now available.

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Executive
Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Security    
Document security is often overlooked because organisations are unaware of the risks to the sensitive documents they hold and how to protect them. This course will help you to identify which documents are at risk and how to protect them with policy, procedural and physical measures.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Collection planning & security    
Information collected without a specific reason is a waste of valuable time and resources. In a world where the flow of new information is fast and constant, an organisation cannot afford to lag behind. It is essential that information collection is highly organised to ensure the latest intelligence reaches decision makers before its value is overtaken by events. This course will teach participants how to manage the information requirements of customers against source capability using collection management worksheets.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Interview techniques    
It is essential for today's decision makers that they have access to the latest information and that they can trust its authenticity. One of the best ways of doing this is through human contact. Professional and well practiced interview skills can improve the effectiveness of your business or organisation.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Research using the Internet    
The raw material which feeds the analytical and intelligence production process is information. The highest quality intelligence is produced from high quality authenticated information from the most reliable and accurate sources.
This course teaches researchers and analysts how to exploit the latest search methods and techniques so that relevant information is collected quickly and accurately from authenticated sources.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Information analysis    
This course covers the skills needed by modern intelligence analysts to respond to changing events in a robust and dynamic environment. As well as teaching participants how to think in a critical and structured way, the course also develops flexibility and imagination, whilst maintaining awareness of bias and deception.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator




Data warehousing & mining    
This course aims to provide an introduction to the subject so that managers and practitioners gain an understanding of the subject. This will enable systems to be specified effectively and provide maximum flexibility and continuing future benefits.

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Researcher
Analyst




Report writing    
An intelligence report should not simply be a restatement of known facts. This would make the document of historical interest but of less value to decision makers. This course will teach that the real value in a well written intelligence document is what is assessed to be the meaning of the facts, especially with regard to likely future actions or event.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator



Effective presentation skills    
Well produced intelligence is forward thinking and predictive. Therefore, it must be delivered with confidence and authority. If the message is not delivered correctly, your audience will lack confidence in you, your organisation and worst of all, the intelligence you are trying to deliver. The best intelligence in the world is useless if it is not believed and not acted upon.

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Researcher
Analyst
Investigator





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