- NITA Course Introduction
- History and Introduction to Forensics
- Fingerprinting as Evidence: How to Classify Prints, Match Prints, and Lab Reports
- Blood Splatter Analysis: How to Chart Blood and Classify Pattern Types
- Ballistic Evidence, How to Store Evidence and a Firearm Comparison
- Impression Evidence
- Soil Evidence and Forensic Entomology
- Trace Evidence, Biological Evidence and Tool Markings
- Forensic Photography, Equipment and Crime Scene Photography
Forensics-The Five Disciplines of Evidence is a continuing education training course that teaches forensic evidence of fingerprints, blood splatter, ballistic evidence, impression evidence, and soil evidence. Further training includes topics of forensic photography and trace evidence and how forensic evidence relates to the investigator.
Private Investigators will have the ability to learn at their own pace and complete six (6) hours of dynamic training to further enhance their investigative career.
All courses include an end-of-course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.