This non-accredited training will focus on developing your capacity to effectively evaluate the credibility of documents in a range of circumstances. This training is aimed at people who currently assess the integrity of original and non-original secure documents in their everyday work, but may also be of interest to members of the general public who wish to enter this field.
|Qualification:||Non-Accredited Training - Evaluation of Security Documents|
|Duration:||4 days (approx. 7 hours)|
|Cost Info:||Total approx. cost for the program is $1700.00.
Fees are charged each semester based on individual subject costs as indicated below. Service and Amenities fee does not apply to this program. Further information is available at Course fees and assistance
|Likely Job Outcome:||Document examination|
|Enrolment Type:||Register Your Interest|
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Evaluating Secure Documents
CIT Code: FOSC411 Cost: $1700.00 Description:
The purpose of this subject is to develop skills in evaluating document credibility. Participants’ will build on their current understanding of security and identity documents by increasing their practical knowledge of security document manufacture and the traditional, modern and emerging security technologies that are incorporated. An overview of principles associated with signature and facial comparison assessments will also be provided.
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|Diploma||Forensic Identification (Document Examination) 10732NAT|
|Diploma||Forensic Identification (Biometrics) 10732NAT|
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