We draw technical and functional support from a network of open-learning authors, training analysts, investigative specialists, security advisors and professionals in the field of information technology and audio/visual training techniques. This infrastructure enables us to provide an imaginative and flexible response to requests for services and ensures that course content always reflects the latest developments in both theory and practice.

Instruction is delivered by a multi-disciplined team of trainers comprising former Directors of Studies at National Police Training Centres, senior C.I.D. officers, Fraud Squad officers, Counter Terrorism officers, Intelligence officers, Enforcement Analysts, practicing members of the Legal and Banking professions, former Scientific Support Managers and senior managers from the Security Industry.

Our instructors employ both didactic and facilitative styles of training in order to provide a varied and stimulating learning environment.

Course participants are encouraged to participate in discussions and group work throughout their training. This approach provides them with the knowledge and understanding of the core subjects and the confidence to test their skills later with practical exercises.

The KUSAB Model

To ensure effective learning our training follows the simple but effective KUSAB model:

Knowledge - Learning new information that is largely memorised and converted into usable knowledge - I know"

Understanding - Creating a new understanding by forming new patterns of relationships - "I see"

Skills - Learning new skills and ways of solving problems or further developing existing skills of thinking - "I can"

Attitudes - Changing of attitudes, including beliefs and values - "I feel/I believe"

Behavior - Participants applying their newly-learned material to what they do and how they live, changing ways of behaving - "I do"