Accident Investigation Certificate

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Are you a Private Investigator, Police Officer, First Responder, Attorney, or Insurance Investigator, or just someone who would like to learn this skill or better evaluate investigators who might provide expert testimony?  Would you like to hone your skills, earn a Certificate in Accident Investigation, develop a portfolio of work to support your expertise, and learn how to use the best computational tools related to accident investigation?  This is the course for you!

IF YOU ARE A T2cacd0d.jpgENNESSEE-LICENSED PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, YOU'LL RECEIVE 12 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS TOWARD YOUR LICENSURE CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.

The course meets four times over the course of eight weeks.  In class, you'll learn the theory and tools of accident investigation.  Between classes, you will work one-on-one with our instructor to actually investigate an real accident, analyze your data, and write a professional report about the accident.  This course teaches you both the why and the how of professional accident investigation.

The course is taught by Mr. Robert Duhaime, an accident investigator, investigation trainer, and expert who has decades of experience.  He will tell you his "tricks of the trade," share his experience and insights, alert you to common errors, and coach you one-on-one through an actual accident investigation.  You'll also receive useful applications and proprietary checklists and templates, along with a user license.

You will receive Martin Methodist College's Certificate in Accident Investigation, along with 1.2 Martin Methodist College Continuing Education Units.

The cost of the course is $1,250.00.  It includes all materials except for inexpensive smart phone apps that the course recommends.

The course meets from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm on May 9, May 23, June 6, and June 20 at our Spring Hill TN campus, 5000 Northfield Lane, Spring Hill TN.  Door 300, 2nd Floor, Room 211.

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