FORMOBILE: Recruitment of mobile forensics training participants
One of the main objectives of the FORMOBILE project is to develop an innovative training program in response to the needs of European law enforcement agencies. The training is intended for practitioners of mobile forensics. Its nature will be instructive and it will involve the use of innovative concepts and solutions developed as a part of the project. It will cover the entire investigation process, from the place of the incident to the courtroom.
The following graphic art shows the pilot training modules, as well as their form and target group.
You can apply for participation in the pilot training as a trainer (in the train-the-trainers formula) or a participant. Trainer candidates should be experts in mobile forensic investigations, while representatives of all target groups in the area of computer forensics (first responders, analysts, mobile forensics specialists, investigators, prosecutors, and judges) can take part as participants. The training is planned to be held from November 2021 to May 2022. The training will be held in English.
What are the benefits of participation?
- Own professional development
- Access to training materials
- Knowledge of good practices in mobile forensics in Europe
- Using the knowledge gained in daily work
- A unique opportunity to share knowledge about mobile forensics with representatives of various European institutions
- and many others
More information about the training can be found in the leaflet and on the FORMOBILE website. Applications can be sent until 24 December 2020. Anyone interested in participating is requested to contact Ms. Edyta Pazura-Umecka (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). The number of attendees is limited.