Join the Institute of Analytic Interviewing and VisualEmotion for a 3 day training course on Reading People and Interviewing! The three-day training seminar will feature the foundational skills of Analytic Interviewing and offer an advanced training on assessing credibility, reading nonverbal behaviors including deception and the cognitive interviewing method.
Attorneys & Accountants – earn CLE credits by attending our special training blocks on Ethics and Drug Abuse!
Analytic Interviewing is a dynamic multi-dimensional system of questioning and eliciting the truth from suspects, witnesses and any other subject of interest. The techniques taught in the analytic interviewing course combines the knowledge gleaned over 40 years of scientific research and validation through real-life application by professionals such as attorneys, law enforcement, regulatory inspectors, intelligence agents and investigators.
5 key benefits you’ll gain
1) Learn techniques to establish rapport and to gain trust and see your information gathering capabilities multiply!
2) Master the art of asking questions, how to phrase them and when to ask them.
3) Understand the workings of memory and the proven memory retrieval techniques developed by Dr. Edward Geiselman that are admissible in court!
4) Develop practical skills that will enhance all your interactions and ability to read people that you can apply immediately.
5) Learn the behavioral and emotional clues that give away a liar including in-depth training on micro facial expression of emotion.
Analytic Interviewing will enable you to obtain more reliable information from witnesses and victims as well as teach you to do better court room examination of witnesses and suspects. Analytic Interviewing has been taught around the world and the instructors are recognized as the best in their field. The science of Analytic Interviewing has been adopted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Singapore Police, the Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption, and a number of other enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Join us at our Reno Event 2012! Meet and learn from James J. Newberry, the co-creator of the internationally recognized and taught analytic interviewing system, Dr. Edward Geiselman, the co-developer of the cognitive interview and several other instructors that have highly specialized scientific and real-world expertise.
Presentations consist of demonstrations, practical exercises, video analysis and lecture.
To register call +1-209-754-4146, limited seating avilable.
Cost $750.00 usd, $850.00 usd after February 28, 2012
Silver Legacy Hotel
407 N. Virginia Street
Reno, Nevada 89501
United States of America
Core concepts of the Analytic Interviewing course Analytic Interviewing is first about building rapport to encourage the subject to engage in the interview process and once engaged, using the scientifically proven memory retrieval techniques incorporated in the cognitive interview. The conditions are then in place to utilize the remaining sophisticated techniques taught in Analytic Interviewing and include reading non-verbal signs of communication, identifying hidden signs of emotion and recognizing signs of deception. Although, each of these subjects can be taught as an independent module, when combined, they make for a very powerful interviewing model.
The Analytic Interviewing course is internationally recognized and taught worldwide to agencies and organizations. The Analytic Interviewing course has been adopted by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, the Oakland PD , The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the London Metropolitan Police, the Serious Organized Crime Agency in the UK and is currently being taught at a number of federal agencies across the US.
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