THIS COURSE IS ONLY OFFERED TO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
This course can be delivered dependent on which system of operation the host agency uses, typically these are Radio Frequency (RF) tracking devices or Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices or a combination of both. Both courses have the same time frame and principles, although their system of operation and interpretation is different.
80 Hours / 10 full days.Enroll Now
This course is delivered to learners through classroom tuition and in house demonstration of techniques. The course involves various “hands on” examples. A large portion of the course is conducted in “real life” structured scenarios in rural environments. These scenarios commence at generic level, and build confidence and competency in the surveillance operatives throughout the course. Individual and team briefings and debriefings are provided on every occasion and where appropriate can be conducted in the field. The course is conducted as safely as possible and is designed to promote confidence in the learners.
This course reinforces and practices key electronic tracking principles which include:
- Preparation of tracking devices
- Planning technical tracking
- Working with legislative requirements
- Tactical application and removal of tracking devices
- Technical monitoring
- Physical Technical Surveillance Tracking in a variety of circumstances
- Maintaining Operational Safety
- Maintaining a Sense of Purpose in all situations
- Use of cover stories, supporting equipment and documentation
- Maintaining security of self and others
- Security of equipment
Classroom. Access to a classroom and amenities is required to present electronic forms of learning throughout the early part of the course. Separate areas are also required to conduct individual de briefings. It is desirable (but not essential) that the classroom is located near to an area suitable to conduct some training activities.
Vehicles. Fleet vehicles from the host agency are to be used including tracking vehicles. Assessors will travel with learners in vehicles on some occasions.
Subjects for surveillance are to be provided by the agency undertaking the training. Subjects will be briefed on specific routes to take relevant to the activities and outcomes to be achieved.
At the completion of the ADVANCED TECHNICAL TRACKING course all learners will have attained a level of competency and confidence to be able to perform Advanced Technical Tracking duties.
Please feel free to call or email the RAY MANCINI ACADEMY Student Services with any questions. Phone: 1300 841 871 – Email: email@example.comEnroll Now