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GA Evidence Collection Technician

Description

ECT Practicum presented by IAAI Georgia Chapter, in partnership with the IAAI Tennessee Chapter.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019


The practicum will take place at:
Henry County Senior Center
97 Lake Dow Road
McDonough, GA 30252

Registration Fees:
IAAI Member $200
Non-Member IAAI $225
Payment must be received by March 12, 2019.

Registration starts at 7:30am
Exams Starts at 8:00am

IAAI-ECT Application

Please send completed application and supporting documentation to Vickie.Clancy@firearson.com.

IAAI-ECT application must be received and approved no later than March 12, 2019.

The Evidence Collection Technician program is designed to verify an applicant's fundamental knowledge as measured against core job performance requirements of established professional qualifications, standards and standard industry practices related to evidence collection on fire scenes. This measurement is not all inclusive of the incorporated professional standards sited, but lays the foundation for measuring the holder's fundamental ability to perform specific evidence collection tasks related to fire scene investigation at an acceptable level as measured against published acceptable practices.

The applicant must provide documentation of meeting minimum requirements including experience, training, and education. Upon approval they must successfully pass a comprehensive practicum examination.

Requirements/Experience:
A minimum of 18 months of general experience in a fire investigation related industry.
A minimum of 12 items of forensic evidence collected. The applicant is responsible for submitting general supporting documents that include the location of the examination, the date of the examination, and the particular type(s) of evidence collected.

Training Education:
Minimum of 29 hours of tested training.

CFITrainer.Net® Module Prerequisites:
DNA (3 hours)
Documenting the Event (4 hours)
Ethics and the Fire Investigator (3 hours)
The Scientific Method for Fire and Explosion Investigation (3 hours)
Evidence Examination: What Happens at the Lab (4 hours)
Introduction to Evidence (4 hours)
NFPA 1033 and Your Career (2 hours)
Physical Evidence at the Fire Scene (4 hours)
The Practical Application of the Relationship Between NFPA 1033 and NFPA 921 (2 hours)


Comprehensive Practical Examination:
Applicants must pass all critical elements and achieve a minimum score of 70% on each of the 10 components of the practical testing to be determined to have successfully challenged the exam.
Examination Period: Four Hours

Renewal every three years.

Questions? IAAI-Training@firearson.com
All IAAI offerings are subject to cancellation or change.

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