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- $249 for a five-day, 40-hour class-CC private investigator intern program (a $645 value).
Private investigator instructors help students master the skills needed to work in a private investigation agency. Students study legal liability, equipment use, and techniques for investigating car rentals, performing public-records searches, carrying out undercover surveillance, and protecting executives. Participants may not be issued CC certification if they have a criminal record.
Hy-Tech Training Center
Marlon Hyde, Hy-Tech Training Center's founder and CEO, draws from more than two decades of private security-management experience in Jamaica and the United States and boasts a laundry list of training and certifications. At Hy-Tech Training Center, he imparts his wisdom to students across a wide range of fields, ultimately helping them become private investigators and security officials.
He and his certified private investigator instructors show pupils how to execute CPR and first aid, handcuffing technique, and using legal firearms, preparing them for safely and effectively carrying out their duties without cuing Keystone Cops music. During the private investigation course, students glean strategies in handling evidence and courtroom procedures, with an introduction to computer forensics. The week-long intensive rewards graduates with a class-CC certification, which is the first step in gaining a career in the private-security industry.