69 students completed the latest LEVA Level 1 course representing points all over the globe.
Students came from Thailand, England, Sweden, Brazil, across Canada and the US (including Puerto Rico). Nearly 1/3 of attendees were from outside the US.
A graduate from Puerto Rico commented, “The training was awesome! More than I expected.” Another from Washington state, "It was a great course and I got a lot out of it…. Looking forward to Level 2 now!”
The instruction team of Scott Kuntz, Ed Baker, Jonathan Hak, Clint Eastop, Kris Caesar and Jennifer Scharf led the students during the five-day course in the LEVA Lab.
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Registration is open for LEVA's 2016 Digital Multimedia Evidence Training Symposium!
For details and to register, click the TRAINING tab at the top of this page, then click 27th Annual Training Conf.
NOTE: You don't have to be a LEVA member to attend the symposium.
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LEVA confirmed six individuals as Certified Forensic Video Analysts during the annual conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida.
Among them were two persons from the United Kingdom, the first to achieve this status within Great Britain.
Steven Lamb and David Spreadborough satisfied all of the academic requirements and were successful with their face-to-face evaluation with LEVA’s Certification Committee.Add a comment
A team of LEVA instructors recently completed teaching the Level 1 and 2 courses in Muscat,Oman.
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A class of 17 students representing various Omani agencies attended the classes which took place in the country’s new Digital Forensics Lab.
Teaching the Level 1 were Scott Kuntz, Ed Baker and Blaine Davison. The Level 2 team consisted of Dean Brown, MT Brown and Keith Swanson. Logan Brown provided valuable administrative support.
LEVA’s international training initiatives have spread to not only Oman, but Singapore, Canada and the United Kingdom. More global ventures are planned for 2016 and 2017.Add a comment