DMU Forensic Computing For Practitioners MSc Courses

The Service Police Cyber Crime Centre based at Southwick Park near Portsmouth are in the process of organising with De Montfort University, Professor Brian Jenkinson and Professor Tony Sammes to host the courses detailed below:

Foundations of Forensic Computing – 27 Feb 12 – 9 Mar 12
Forensic Examination of Internet Use – 28 May 12 – 1 Jun 12
Binary Analysis of Microsoft Documents – 11 Jun 12 – 15 Jun 12
Forensic Examinations of Network Computers – 23 Jul 12 – 27 Jul 12
Advanced Topics in Forensic Computing – 6 Aug 12 – 10 Aug 12

Further details below…These courses will all be delivered by Professors Jenkinson and Sammes at Southwick Park and will all be accredited by De Montfort University meaning they can be taken as either short courses or as modules towards the MSc being offered by that academic institution. THE COURSES DO THUS CARRY THE FULL DE MONTFORT QUALIFICATION AND CONTENT IS IDENTICAL TO THOSE TAUGHT AT DMU.

The courses are for those employed in Law Enforcement or the Ministry of Defence involved in the forensic analysis of digital media.

The RMP are providing the classroom, hardware, software and admin support required which has kept the overheads to a minimum. THIS RESULTS IN THE COSTS OF THE COURSES BEING PROVIDED AT A CONSIDERABLE DISCOUNT TO STUDENTS. IT IS LIKELY THAT , PROVIDING ENOUGH STUDENTS ATTEND, THE ACTUAL COST WILL BE ABOUT HALF OF THE COST OF SIMILAR COURSES AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE. THERE IS ALSO THE LIKELIHOOD THAT SAVINGS CAN BE MADE FOR ACCOMODATION (LOCAL B&B’s OR MESS ACCOMMODATION) AND CAR PARKING IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS WISHING TO TRAVEL DAILY TO THE VENUE (JUST OFF THE M27).


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IT MUST BE EMPHASISED THAT THE SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FOR THESE CUT-PRICE COURSES WITH DMU AND THE TWO PROFESSORS IS FOR THE YEAR 2012 ONLY, IT IS NOT LIKELY TO BE REPEATED. ALLOCATION WILL BE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS AS PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED.

For further details please contact Rob Lyness (robert.lyness109@mod.uk/robiniraq@hotmail.co.uk) on 02392 285236 / 07704 112572 or Jim Priddin (priddin994@rmp.mod.uk) on 02392 285231

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