Digital Detective Forensic Services

NetAnalysis® Training Announcement

As we are entering a new financial year in the UK, many of you will be starting to plan your budgets and training schedules for 2012/13.

We are pleased to announce the dates for the following NetAnalysis Foundation Courses.  This is an ideal opportunity for you or your staff to gain valuable training and certification in the use of NetAnalysis / HstEx within a forensic environment. 

This course will teach you how to get the most out of our software.

Feedback from Previous Courses

The time zone lesson was excellent and really made me think. I wish I had known that before I came on the course. It is such an important subject to cover.

Really good all round course, not mundanely product specific… Good teaching style.

This is one of the best courses I have attended. I will certainly recommend it to my everyone.

Practical exercises helped a lot to instil the content… The whole course was very relevant to my daily tasks within HTCU… I will definitely be back for the advanced course.

 

Course Availability

Places are limited allocated on a first come, first served basis and are filling up fast; so contact us now to avoid disappointment.

There are a number of seats still available on the following courses which are being held at Learning Tree International in London:

·         26th – 27th April 2012 – NetAnalysis Foundation Level Course

·         30th – 31st May 2012 – NetAnalysis Foundation Level Course

·         21st – 22nd June 2012 – NetAnalysis Foundation Level Course

For our many users outside of the UK, we are planning to run a number of courses in US and Canada later this year and will publish details on our web site.

Booking a Course

To book your place on a course or to obtain further information, please contact us on 0845 224 8892, or drop us an email at our sales address.

Further Information

For further information regarding our training courses, please visit the following links:

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