RMA presented six hours of training to students in Raleigh, NC, on Monday and Tuesday, March 10 and 11. Rusty Gilmore taught Computer Forensics II, Billy Green delivered A Pragmatic Approach to the Terrorist Threat, and Tasha Dyson presented Report Writing and Documentation. The last presenter of the day was Michael Epperly with Legal Issues for Private Investigators II.
RMA will be presenting six hours of training in Raleigh on April 7, 2014, and April 14, 2014. The classes being offered on Monday April 7, 2014, will be Planning and Conducting a Successful Surveillance presented by Marty Coolidge, Workplace Violence Prevention presented by Billy Green, and Executive Protection presented by Stan Carroll. On Monday April 14, 2014, the classes include Planning and Conducting a Successful Surveillance, Workplace Violence Prevention, and Use of Forensic DNA in Private Investigations presented by Lindsey Smith.
Effective January 1, 2012, all PPSB license holders must have completed 12 hours of approved continuing education credit to qualify for license renewal. RMA has developed training programs that are relevant to practice as a private investigator and protection and security professional and is offering these in one-day seminars. Our goal is to provide opportunities for licensees to obtain the required CEU’s and to provide interesting and relevant instruction on protection and investigative topics. Students can register and pay online on the Continuing Education page of our website.
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