Alaska Investigator Academy
Alaska Investigator Academy (AIA) is Alaska’s newest and first private detective school in Alaska. This academy focuses mostly on teaching fundamentals and many other specialized classes in computer forensics, GPS tracking and Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM).
This academy focuses mostly on PI basic, which is has an Alaska specific curriculum and provides the necessary knowledge, risks, perceptions and and boundaries and considerations needed to survive and thrive in the PI industry. This is an opportunity for prospective PI’s to learn the tips, techniques, procedures and knowledge that help arm the “Private Investigator” in Alaska.
Alaska Investigator Academy is a short, accelerated, concise and factual curriculum that is two (2) weeks in length, with (4) classes total; all taught in the evenings. If student enrollment is low, we will do 1-1 coursework at an accelerated pace.
The first 3 classroom meets discuss the curriculum and act as an opportunity to discuss relevant private investigator information while having an open discussion while doing so. The last 1 classroom meet will focus on a curriculum review and a final test.
Alaska Investigator Academies attendance policy is 100%. You cannot miss any class in order to pass the curriculum (since this curriculum is so short). You can retest at your pace with a small $100 fee.
A certificate of completion will be provided to students with a passing score of 80% or higher. Note: Our test is difficult, with fill in the blanks and multiple choice.
- Alaska Private Detective Licensing/Laws
- Public Records & Social Media
- Infidelity and Child Custody Investigations
- Physical Surveillance (Do’s and Don’ts)
- Report Writing
- Witness Interviews
- GPS Tracking
- Information Awareness
- Client Agreement
- Business Considerations
Course content may be changed without notice.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
PI Basic is a fundamental introductory course for current or prospective PI’s who want to learn the PI industry or accelerate their current skill set. The course contents above cover (in detail) specific knowledge, risks, legal considerations, perceptions and ethical topics that all private investigators must know and apply. At the end of this course, you will have a stronger perspective on what a PI actually is and means, realize the role you have and how to provide outstanding cases to your clientele.
MEET ROBERT REMY
Robert Remy has honorably served in the United States Armed Forces as a fully qualified military intelligence analyst while supporting domestic and wartime operations. He is a combat veteran, author, marketer.
He has served as a Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge and has been appointed to account for several mission essential tasks. He has supported federal task force operations and state intelligence missions.
He has attended hundreds of hours of formal law enforcement and military training. He possesses a Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA), an Associate’s Degree in Communications Technology (AAS) and a TOP SECRET security clearance issued by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). He recently graduated from one of Russell Brunsons sales and marketing courses.
He is privy to the laws surrounding the legal collection of physical and electronic evidence and how they pertain to Alaska Statutes. He is recognized in the state of Alaska and is very experienced in the field. He has also been recognized for providing significant contributions to drug law enforcement at the federal level. He has served on a federal task force led by the DEA supporting local, state and federal officers and agents on several Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) cases; which were prosecuted by the District Attorney’s office. He has supported casework against local, regional, national and international criminal and terrorist organizations. He has been appointed as a chief of training, safety representative, operations security coordinator and an intelligence oversight monitor during his time in service. He has specialized training in conducting/managing operations, targeting, undercover operations, confidential informant management, confidentiality, wireless VOIP communications, intelligence preparation of the operational environment, threat mitigation planning, geospatial information systems, GPS, report writing, telecommunications exploitation, firearms safety, cellular forensics, information protection, communications security, operational security, personnel security, computer security, human relations, sexual harassment/domestic violence, compliance inspections, proof reading affidavits, motions, oppositions, replies, motions for discovery, exhibits and preparing for cross-examinations. He is also privy to the legal requirements necessary for the legal collection and legal use of still photo, video and electronic/digital evidence. He has conducted cheating spouse, child custody, and workplace investigations, non-compete investigations, workman’s compensation/insurance investigations and employee time card/theft investigations
COURSE SIGN UP
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for the enrollment form and to ask any questions. Phone is (907) 887-3888, if you prefer to speak to a representative first.
Choose the month you’d like to attend (SEATING IS LIMITED AND ATTENDANCE APPROVAL IS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)
Course Dates: Each 2nd and 3rd week of every month (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Cost: $995 Per Student
The cost covers the classroom instructors, the classroom and the materials needed in order to teach this course. This course can be considered an investment that can diversify your experience and add to your resume. The amount of money you ‘could’ make as a PI far exceeds the cost of attending this course. This is an opportunity that is unlike any other in Alaska that you cannot afford to miss. There are no refunds of any kind.
UPDATE: THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT. WE ARE NOT SCHEDULING CLASSES OR TAKING ENROLLMENT FOR PI BASIC AT THIS TIME.
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