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Private Investigator Core Curriculum Schedule

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

PICC (Private Investigator Core Curriculum) October 2012

PICC is a seminar provided by the PPIAC (Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado) offering information on the PPIAC and providing education on some of the pressing issues surrounding the industry of investigations.

PICC is offered as a free seminar on October 17th, 2012 at the Antlers Hilton in Colorado Springs, 8am-5pm.

Attendees must RSVP to training@ppiac.org and receive a confirmation email, no later than October 10th, 2012.  Seating is limited, so don’t wait!

Seminar Schedule

8:00-8:30     Registration/Welcome

8:30-9:30     Eugene Ferraro: What’s new in FCRA/ Permissible Purposes

9:30-9:45     Break

9:45-11:00   Dean Beers:  Database usage/Basic Skip Tracing

11:00-12:00            Lunch (on your own)

12:00-1:30   Robert Orozco and Ryan Johnston :  Surveillance Investigator Safety

1:30-1:45     Break

1:45- 2:45    Tracers Info:  How to get the best from your database

 2:45-3:00    Break

3:00-4:30     Gene Ferraro: Marketing your business

 

Please note that lunch is on your own.  Notebooks are provided to attendees.

Questions?  Direct them to:

Tan Smyth

VP of Training, PPIAC

training@ppiac.org

 

Colorado Springs Private Investigations Conference

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado Conference video 

From PPIAC VP of Training Tan Smyth:   This year is a veritable smorgasbord of topics: between October 17th to the morning of Saturday the 20th, we have 14 fantastic speaker presentations.

$200.00 and an RSVP to the PICC seminar is all it takes to join us for this incredible deal.

Take a look at the new events brought to this year’s conference:

PICC– a free day of private investigator training, right before the conference. Marketing your business, Surveillance/Investigator Safety, Database research, the Basics of Skip-Tracing, and FCRA/Permissible Purposes. All that’s required is an RSVP, and a confirmation email to reserve your spot. Hurry, because seats are limited. For more information on PICC, please refer to this link where PInow asked VP of Training Tan Smyth some questions on this training event: http://www.pinow.com/articles/1332/ppiac-to-hold-picc-training-event

Investigator Panel– This is especially relevant for new people that are trying to figure out a specialty, but aren’t certain, as well as for people seeking to change or add new areas of investigations to their business. We will have a panel of investigators in different areas of specialty, ready to address your questions, such as: what does an insurance defense investigator do? Is surveillance in high demand, and is it advisable for a novice investigator to start with surveillance as a specialty? What do you need to do to become a criminal defense investigator? …and more!

Our latest day ends at 4:30 pm, which means there is still plenty of time for people to enjoy the sights the Colorado Springs area has to offer. Networking is highly encouraged; in this tight economy it’s more important than ever to get your name out there so when people need to refer a job out, they will reach for YOUR business card.

This year’s banquet promises to be a good one: we have Westword’s editor Patty Calhoun as a keynote speaker!

Still not convinced? Our Sponsors and vendors are top-notch:  Tracers Information Systems, Yergey Insurance, IRB, PInow/Servenow, NAIS, and CRC Press will be showing their support and will have tables. We also have advertisers in our conference notebooks; local businesses are also demonstrating support for Colorado PIs. There will be books, gadgets and services galore to help you with YOUR business.

Take advantage of this event and come network with us.    http://ppiac.org/training/private-investigator-conference-colorado-springs