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 eLearning

 

Our eLearning programs are designed to complement our classroom training and allow more students access to valuable ICAC training without the burden and expense of travel. The ICAC Training and Technical Assistance Program now offers four e-Learning options to meet the training needs of the ICAC Task Force Program.  Please see the options listed below for more information.
 
Course Costs: There are no fees associated with our Distance Learning courses. Student tuition, course materials, and instructional costs are paid by the ICAC Task Force Training and Technical Assistance Program.
 
Eligibility: Participants must work for a law enforcement agency, unless otherwise specified.
Additional Internet Crime related online training can be found here.
 
 

 Live, Instructor-led Online Courses

 


Our remote technology allows individuals or groups of students to interact live with the instructors and other students while learning online in this blended learning environment.



Delivery Methods:
​- Web-based, hands-on training sessions at your desk, or
- Facilitated online training in a local class setting.

Eligibility: Participants must be an ICAC Task Force Member or affiliate.

Coming Soon!

 

 Webinar Series

 

World globe with multiple images in the background​As part of our distance learning portfolio, we offer a webinar series to address contemporary issues faced by the ICAC community.  Webinars may be viewed live, where participants are able to interact with the presenters and ask questions, or the recorded version can be viewed at your convenience. 
Recent Topics Include:  

P2P Tools     -     Chat Investigations     -     IP Addresses

To view the schedule or obtain related webinar information including the presentations, participants must be a member of the NCJTC and/or ICAC Task Force Websites.
 

 Self-Paced Online Courses

 

Participants may view the course at their desk and access the courses an unlimited amount of times during a specified timeframe.

Courses are offered continuously throughout the year. Registration is always open!

- Engaging instruction by subject matter experts

- Interactive hands on assessments

- Case simulations

Available Courses:

Basic Computer Skills for LE

Investigating Computer Crimes

Offender Characteristics

 

 Instructional Video Clips and Tutorials

 


An instructional video library is available with over 100 short video clips (averaging 4-6 in length). The video library was created as an online learning tool to explain a single issue or answer a specific question.


These how-to videos are presented by subject matter experts on current trending technologies.

Coming Soon!