Event Details

Course: 203C CTI

Where: Vancouver, BC

Time: March 23 to March 24, 2020

In an age of overwhelming misinformation, disinformation, deception, and propaganda, critical and logical thinking skills are more essential than ever to determine fact-from-fiction, and ultimately make the best possible decisions.  While we are called upon to use our critical and logical thinking skills on a daily basis, most of us are simply not good at it — we are all subject to a range of biases and thinking mistakes that we may not be aware of; traditional “common sense” is just not enough.

A curriculum like no other, developed with over two decades of training delivery and development experience in both the investigative and operational intelligence spheres, this internationally acclaimed course will provide the essential skills required to accurately assess our expanding information landscape, in order to get closer to the truth and produce high-quality, accurate, intelligence products.

Utilizing an engaging experiential learning approach to critical thinking, and incorporating an Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) focus, attendees will learn how to deconstruct problems, ask the right questions, challenge assumptions, examine different viewpoints with greater clarity, and make better decisions more efficiently.  This sought-after course will also introduce a number of case studies that highlight both successes and failures in real-world investigations, research projects, and intelligence operations to reinforce core training concepts.

Learn About

  • Critical thinking skills and their workplace value in both the private and public sector
  • Identifying and applying key logical and critical thinking concepts, including linear, creative, and lateral thought processes
  • Developing more effective research and analysis strategies
  • Using link analysis and Non-Obvious Relationship Analysis (NORA) to draw valid inferences
  • Identifying the components of, and producing, valid and sound inductive and deductive arguments in standard form
  • Effectively utilizing a variety of freely available tools for better organizing your investigative research and intelligence projects
  • Properly archiving, compiling, and analyzing internet-sourced OSINT in order to produce better quality intelligence reports and products

Course Terms & Conditions

  1. Three or more delegates from the same company are entitled to a 10% discount. This discount is only applicable to the standard pricing.
  2. Registrations are confirmed with written confirmation via email. Should the delegate not receive an email, it is the delegate’s responsibility to contact TII to confirm their seat.
  3. Payment must be received in full in advance of the course.
  4. Delegates are responsible for their travel expenses in traveling to the course, including hotel accommodations. All travel and accommodation arrangements should be made by the delegate.
  5. Cancellations received 30 days before the course date will receive a refund, less a $100 administration fee. After this date, the full fee must be paid, but substitutions may be made at any time.
  6. TII reserves the right to cancel or change course dates, instructors, content or conditions without prior notice.
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