The Core Intelligence Analysis Training provides students with the essential analytical skills and knowledge to be effective within an intelligence, performance or investigation environment. The training has also been designed to meet the Intelligence Professionalisation Programme (IPP) for Intelligence Analysts.
The 5-day training focuses on the key analytical skills required in the workplace and is a ‘lite’ version of the Initial Analytical Techniques Course (also known as NIAT). The training only includes the relevant NIM analytical techniques that are used regularly by Analysts. We offer a 2-day Awareness of the 10 NIM Analytical Techniques as another training option, if required.
To enable students to gain confidence in their newly acquired skills and knowledge, a practical scenario is embedded throughout the training. The students benefit from the use of various methods of teaching such as course handouts, presentations, practical exercises and break-out sessions.
- Explain how the National Intelligence Model supports investigations
- Demonstrate the stages of the intelligence cycle focussing on the role of the Analyst
- Compare how critical and creative thinking skills impact on the outcome
- Apply the key elements of inference development and how to apply the process in the workplace
- Define the requirements of a terms of reference and how to meet time critical deadlines
- Demonstrate the difference between quantitative and qualitative analysis
- Discuss and apply the key analytical methodologies
- Outline the principles and benefits of using various crime theories to support analysis
- Highlight the risks associated with data quality and accuracy using open and closed sources
- Awareness of appropriate legislation and how to evaluate information
- Explain and utilise Crime Pattern, Subject and Network Analysis to support target identification
- Awareness of the scope of both Tactical and Strategic Intelligence Assessments
- Apply problem solving and decision-making skills to highlight Threat, Risk & Harm
- Recognise how Operational Intelligence Assessments support complex investigations
- Complete an inference development matrix
- Produce an analytical information / intelligence assessment, including key findings, gaps and SMART recommendations
- Prepare and present a succinct analytical briefing document to support investigations
Who should attend:
The training should be attended by those who conduct analysis and work within, law enforcement, government, military, public bodies and private organisations.
Please contact us for course costs.
The training can be held at your location with a maximum of 12 students.
If you do not have this number of students who need the training, please contact us to discuss your requirements, as other options are available.