RTI and the Center for Forensic Sciences have over a decade of extensive experience with online training programs. RTI and the Center for Forensic Sciences produce high-quality interactive training through a web-based platform that is tailored to meet the specific needs of each agency and maximize cost efficiency. We provide live, US-based customer support (M-F 8-5pm ET) for participants and state management.
We also offer a diverse set of online training resources. Currently, we provide training to forensic professionals and ancillary professionals in all 50 U.S. States and more than 60 different countries.
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ForensicRTI Educational Courses
Click each link below to view our courses by subject:
2019 On-Line Symposium on Forensics & Forensic Toxicology
Law Enforcement Investigations
Medicolegal Death Investigation
SART / SANE / SAFE training
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Breath Alcohol Re-certification Training
The Center for Forensic Sciences at RTI provides simulations of breath alcohol instruments to ensure that officers remain familiar with operational details. We provide live, US-based customer support (M-F 8-5pm ET) for participants and state management. For more information on our Breath Alcohol Support Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866.252.8415.
If you are a law enforcement officer who needs to take breath-alcohol recertification training for the state of Arizona, please click here.
Simulation-based Crime Scene Training
NEW! The Center for Forensic Sciences is now offering simulation-based crime scene training to beta-testing agencies. Please contact us at email@example.com or call 866.252.8415 to learn more!
Click the button below to sign into our new account center to take classes in any of these areas and make sure to let us know if you’d like to see the additional material in our catalog.
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