Certificate in Forensic Investigation Techniques

About this course:

This programme provides students with exposure to substantive, practical and ethical aspects of forensic investigation. The programme is designed to ensure that candidates are trained in the basic competencies of forensic investigation relevant to the criminal justice system and relating to commercial crime. The objective is to equip students to undertake forensic investigations with an appreciation of law; forensic auditing; investigation techniques and the ethical implications.

How you will benefit. You will learn to:

  • Display an understanding of legal concepts relevant to forensic investigations
  • Display an understanding of basic accounting and forensic auditing relevant to forensic investigations
  • Display an understanding of specialised forensic investigation techniques
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the civil and criminal trial processes, including Rules of Evidence
  • Demonstrate the capacity to analyse witness statements and affidavits
  • Demonstrate the capacity to prepare and write a forensic report

Key focus areas:

  • Basic Legal Concepts
  • Basic Accounting Concepts and Forensic Auditing
  • Specialised Forensic Investigation Techniques
  • Civil and Criminal Trial Processes
  • Rules of Evidence
  • Forensic Report Writing

Who should attend:

The course is suitable for students interested in developing practical skills in forensic investigation

Entrance requirements:

National Senior Certificate with a minimum higher certificate admission or a relevant NQF4 qualification. No prior learning assumed of students.

Duration:

12 Days (Two block sessions)

Date(s) Programme Fee
13th August 2018 R18 160
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Course by:

UKZN Extended Learning