We are pleased to announce that we will be offering several classes in the next few months, both in-person and through webinar. We will have solid dates for some of these in the next week or so, but here’s what we have planned for the next few months:

TOWR Basic Privacy and Anonymity (Two parts, September 20 and 28) – This is a webinar course that will put you in a very good position to take CSG’s Groundrod Primer course, or simply to just start researching and learning on your own. There are 4 spots left in the September 20 and 28 class.

Statement Analysis 101 (Two parts, October 12 and 19)  – This is a webinar course specifically designed to familiarize you with a few of the concept of deception detection through analytical interviewing and linguistic analysis. It will show you how SA works, why it’s been cited in court cases all the way up to SCOTUS, and why you should be using it, as well as get you started using some of the concepts.

TOWR Introduction to Communications for Patriots (November 5) – If you haven’t been able to attend a Sparks31 class or if you need some solid training before you go, this is the class you want. It’s not a standard “teach the test” course; this is an in-person, practical use class focusing on getting you up to speed on what you need and how to use it. Meant for the beginner or new licensee, Intro to Comms will get you ready to attend a more advanced course like the Sparks31 Grid Down Comms class.

Sparks31 Grid Down Communications (Spring 2017) – If you missed this one last year, you should really get in on it now. Sparks31 has agreed to bring his fantastic class to us one more time. This is an in-person class with hands-on training as well as classroom time. Keep in mind that he has updated his curriculum, so if you took it last year you may want to consider taking it again.

Advanced Privacy and Anonymity (Spring 2017) – If you’ve been through the Basic class, this is the next step.

We have several other classes in the works as well, and we’ll be releasing those details as soon as we have them nailed down. Stay tuned!

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