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Our introductory course to intelligence analysis provides a solid introduction to the art and science of analytic reasoning. Participants will be given the foundational knowledge needed to establish and grow their analytic toolkit. Attention is given to descriptive and predictive modes of analysis, and the complimentary skills of trend identification, pattern detection, evidential reasoning, and ideation. The guidance provided by this course offers an essential prelude to our more advanced courses.
Day 1: Issue identification
This three-day course builds on the content of our introductory OSINT program. The objective here is to extend the OSINT professional’s skills to include investigative capabilities. In addition to enhancing their knowledge of valuable intelligence resources, we will provide guidance on the tools needed to conduct rigorous, legally compliant investigations of organisations, individuals and websites.
Day 1: Advanced OSINT
Advanced Data Collection
This three-day course provides a detailed introduction to the discipline of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). Participants will learn how to identify their intelligence needs and leverage a broad range of tools and sources to improve data collection, analysis and decision-making in their organisation.
Day 1: Requirements Planning
How to Lead Effectively in a Turbulent and Fast-Moving World
Overcoming the mindset of fear and developing the muscle memory of crisis response is the objective of the GCSP Crisis Management courses. Rather than a tick-box approach of a process driven response participants will learn to recognise and adapt the psychological and organisational elements of crisis management. This is achieved by combining latest theory, best practice and lessons learnt using real-time simulations that enable participants to explore their resilience as individuals, team members and leaders.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease's (The Union) International Management Development Programme (IMDP) will hold a training course on Supply Chain Management, from 3-7 December 2018, in Singapore.
The objective of this five-day course is to provide participants with the practical knowledge and skills to effectively manage the antituberculosis medicines and laboratory commodities needed in today’s tuberculosis (TB) programmes.
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