Wifi – three day

Understand how multiple wifi evidential sources and wifi associated technologies can assist within investigations.

This course will enable learners to understand how to conduct router examinations and wifi RF surveys.

Aims

​To equip learners with the skills to exploit the opportunities relating to wifi data sources and to conduct router examinations.

Objectives

​On successful completion of this course learners will be able to:

  • understand wifi network elements and topology
  • understand the principles of wifi analysis and explain why it is conducted in a law enforcement agency
  • understand and demonstrate how to conduct a wifi survey
  • understand and explain the evidential information available from wifi and other sources

Methods of delivery

​The course is trainer-led and classroom-based and includes many practical exercises. It is delivered to a maximum of 10 delegates.

Key details

Qualification eligibility

Learners in the role of digital media investigator within a dedicated unit or who have responsibilities for digital media investigation as part of their role must have successfully completed the digital media investigator (DMI) Initial learning programme, or another course that provides training to the same level and in the same subjects.

Prerequisites

Experience in the role of DMI or another relevant discipline, eg. digital forensics.

Practitioner group
  • ​officers and staff undertaking the role of digital media investigator within a dedicated unit or who have responsibilities for digital media investigation as part of their role
  • officers and staff undertaking the role of digital forensic practitioners
Duration

Three days

Accreditation
No
Cost

Home Office forces (non-residential):

£1,054 (1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021)

Course contact
Booking