Polygraph COURSES

SCHEDULE

Online Classes start every day

On campus, the course is held six (6) times per year.  

Will be held as follows:

January, April, July, September, October, November.

Student understanding of historical efforts directed at the detection of deception, identification of the theoretical basis for detection of deception efforts, recognition of instrumentation developments, and understanding of the more significant contributions of individuals and organizations within the polygraph profession.

Student understanding of the mechanical operations of computerized polygraph instruments, the proper collection of polygraph tests, chart markings, maintenance, and calibration. 

Student recognition of evaluation criteria and ability to evaluate polygraph tests, using global and numerical scoring systems, and computer scoring algorithms.

 

Student understanding of and ability to conduct proper pretest interviews to psychologically prepare the examinee for testing; and, student understanding of and ability to conduct appropriate post-test interviews to resolve polygraph issues.

Student practice and skill development when performing as a polygraph examiner in the preparation phase, pretest, in a test, analysis, and post-test phases of various polygraph techniques; with individual and group critiques.

Student understanding of report writing essentials and various types of reports for the polygraph profession.

 

Student understanding and ability to use varying techniques including comparison question techniques, relevant-irrelevant techniques, guilty knowledge tests, and peak of tension tests.

 

Student understanding of and ability to properly develop test questions for various polygraph testing

techniques.

 

Student understanding of "professional issues" and ethical dilemmas that polygraph examiners encounter; including professional competence, standards, and principles of practice, ethical codes and case studies of ethically questionable conduct.

1.Utah.

2.DLST.

3.AFMGQT.

4.BI Zona.

5.Relevante & Irrelevante.

6.C.I.T.

7.Federal ZCT.

8.TELSA

Instructor-led student review of comprehensive quality control methods and procedures, with student completing a quality control work product.

Familiarize students with basic nature of research design as well as providing a basic understanding of statistics, thus, the student will have a level of skill in reading and understanding current research in the field of polygraph and related areas of interest.

Written examinations test student knowledge and skills to determine satisfactory progress throughout the training program and to document student understanding prior to course completion.  Laboratory evaluations and critiques of student knowledge, skills and ability to prepare for and conduct the various components of a variety of polygraph examination types.

The techniques and strategies in each step of this advance technique will reinforce your abilities to obtain a confession in the areas of criminal investigation and pre-employment screening. In today’s world where the criminal has evolved in an alarming way, it is our responsibility to step up your skills, better training and refine your skills.  This new method  is unique and it will give the tools that will inspire and motivate you.

This technique will be the foundation of the polygraph, your personal manual, it comes with some of my personal experience and techniques, strategies most used by Arizona School of Polygraph Science and CREA , without compromising confidential information.

 

This new technique is not only for polygraph examiner, is for everyone in the field of investigators, criminologists, psychologists, RH, etc.

New procedures and strategies that will help address organizational changes caused by difficult economic times. Discover new approaches and techniques to train, retain and hire the workforce.

 

Use the practical tips from our Polygraph examiners to create an environment that fosters professional satisfaction and encourages employee development, a crucial component to ensure that your company has a true and sustainable competitive advantage.

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Arizona School Of Polygraph science

ASPS

PHOENIX, ARIZONA USA

4040 E. McDowell Road

Suite 410

Phoenix Arizona 85008

USA 602-773-1258

MEX. +52 55 6298 1940

polygraph@arizonaschoolofpolygraphscience.com

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