Training 2014 
Foster + Freeman 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 companys industry leading product range.
Foster + 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 + 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 + 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 + Freeman training courses are suitable for both new and existing users of Foster + 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 + Freemans’ dedicated training facility in Worcestershire, UK.
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