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Evesham, Worcs, United Kingdom, 2013/11/19 - Foster + Freeman, leading innovators in the design and manufacture of forensic science equipment, is pleased to announce the launch of its 2014 training program, featuring new questioned document examination and crime scene investigation.
Foster and Freeman, one of the worlds leading innovators in the design and manufacture of forensic science equipment, is pleased to announce the launch of its 2014 training program, featuring new questioned document examination and crime scene investigation courses alongside a series of product specific training programs providing advanced instruction in the use of the company's industry leading product range.
Foster and Freeman training courses provide participants with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in a range of forensic science disciplines through a combination of theory sessions, demonstrations and hands-on practical sessions using the latest Foster and Freeman technology.
2014 QDE and CSI application based courses include:
• Crime Scene Investigation and Evidence Recovery;
• Forensic Photography at the Crime Scene;
• Modern Techniques of Document Examination;
• Fingerprint Comparison and Preparation of Evidence;
• VSC6000/HS for Banking, Immigration, or Forensics.
“In 2012 we provided training course in more than 36 countries including Sweden, Russia, Argentina, Singapore and Angola to name but a few,” said Simon Horswell, Questioned Document Examination trainer for Foster and Freeman,“all of our training courses are tailored to meet the unique requirements of the participants. As a trainer it is my role to ensure that participants come away with expertise relevant to their industry whether it be forensics, immigration, banking etc. ”
Foster and Freeman training courses (fosterfreeman.com) are suitable for both new and existing users of Foster and Freeman equipment and is delivered by industry experts with international reputations and many years practical experience in their subject. Training can take place either on-site at the end users location or at Foster and Freemans’ dedicated training facility in Worcestershire, UK.
For further information on Foster + Freeman training courses please visit the Training section of our website