**THIS TRAINING IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE STAP-BUDGET**
Combining the right techniques
The purpose of an interrogation or interview is to obtain detailed (background) information or intelligence. We also call this method of gathering information 'Human Intelligence' (HUMINT). During this intensive training, various practical interrogation and interview techniques are taught. These techniques are then combined with statement analysis, the 'reading' of body language and micro-expressions.
In particular, the combination of the right interrogation technique, statement analysis and 'body language' provides a good basis for the effective hearing and interrogation of persons and the collection of (background) information.
For whom is this training developed?
This training has been developed for anyone who has to collect (background) information or intelligence professionally by means of (telephone/video) conversations, interrogations or interviews. For example, you can think of employees of governmental agencies, ccd analysts, fraud investigators and claim experts, but also emergency services or employees within security regions.
What is body language?
Body language is a form of non-verbal communication that, just like spoken or written text, can convey a lot of information, for example by means of signs, tone of voice and eye contact.
Because the student is taught how to 'read' the body language of the interlocutor, he or she is better able to discover, analyze and report inaccuracies (signs of deception) in a statement.
Depending on the interlocutor, the results of the preliminary investigation and the way in which the student interprets the correct body language, he or she will be able to extract information from the most 'silent', 'lying' or 'denying' interlocutors after the training on the basis of the learned conversation techniques.
This training is experienced by our students as very applicable and practical. All the more so because the theory is alternated during the lessons with the practical practice of the taught material. The learned methodology can therefore be applied in the daily practice of the student directly.
Course format: open, private or customized
Normally, this training is taught in a classroom setting. Nevertheless, we can imagine that, given your work, you would like to ask questions freely. In that case it is possible to provide a private training at our location for a minimum of six participants. We also provide, as you are used to from us, completely customized training programs based on (parts of) this module. We are happy to make you a suitable offer.
Our instructors have been screened and have entered into a confidentiality agreement with various government departments. Creating a specific non-disclosure agreement for the benefit of your organization or service is of course no problem.
Certification and Recognition
Our training institute has been audited by and registered with the CRKBO (Central Register of Short Vocational Education).
This training is a recognized registered training that has been audited and accredited by the Center for Post Initial Education (CPION) and by the Dutch Permanent Education Foundation (SPEN). Our training institute is the only civil organization in Europe that can and may issue this registered diploma. After you have completed this module you will receive the official SPEN diploma:
- Interrogation-, interview technique and body language
Click here to read more about the diploma and recognition of this training program.
This training is also part of the recognized training program Practical Diploma Private Investigator. If you already have completed the other three modules, you will receive the official post-secondary diploma after a successful completion of this training:
- Practical Diploma Private Investigator
More information about the recognition of the diploma can be found here.
In addition to the above diplomas, you will be registered in the Dutch Abituriëntenregister.
- NIVRE awards 6 PE points to the Register Experts after completing this training.