This course is an introduction to Open Source Intelligence tools and techniques for investigators. Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) is the collection and analysis of information that is gathered from public, or open, sources. OSINT is primarily used in national security, law enforcement, and business intelligence functions and is of value to analysts who use non-sensitive intelligence in answering classified, unclassified, or proprietary intelligence requirements across the previous intelligence disciplines. The required text for this course is 'The TAO of Open Source Intelligence' by Stewart K. Bertran published by IT Governance Publishing. It is available from the publisher, Amazon and Audible (audiobook). The cost of this 12 hour course is $300.

When there is an allegation of misconduct in the workplace, such as under the employer’s harassment or non-discrimination policy, the responsible organization typically responds with a frenetic activity to investigate and remedy any found wrongdoing. This 24 hour course teaches students how to properly conduct workplace investigations and insure that workplace policies are in place. The cost of this course is $600.