Pay Once, Train Continuously With The Magnet Training Annual Pass
Friday, January 19, 2018 (12:41:27)

Posted by MagnetForensics

Magnet Forensics is excited to announce a new offer in the Magnet Forensics Training program: The Magnet Training Annual Pass (TAP). It’s a one-time purchase that will allow you to take any number of training courses within 12 months for a one-time fee of $4,995 USD. That’s less than the cost of two courses!

Save Thousands of Dollars on Magnet Forensics Training

The field of digital forensics is constantly evolving, and examiners need to make sure they’re on top of the latest trends in order to find relevant evidence. Training can be a valuable resource and having the flexibility to take a variety of different courses can make it so much easier to stay on top of top what’s available — without straining annual budgets.

The cost of TAP is less than the price of two courses and with virtual and online self-paced courses available, it’s easier and more affordable than ever for examiners to grow from beginner to certified expert in mobile, cloud, and computer forensics.

Here are the courses that are currently available to take using the TAP:

- Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200) — An intermediate-level course for those who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics, and are seeking to use Magnet AXIOM for their investigations. Now available in-person, online, and as an online self-paced course.
- Magnet AXIOM Advanced Mobile Forensics (AX300) — An expert-level course for those who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics and who are seeking to leverage Magnet AXIOM to improve their mobile device investigations
- Magnet IEF Examinations (IEF200) — Similar to AXIOM Examinations, but for those seeking to use Magnet IEF for their investigations.
- Forensic Fundamentals (AX100) — A beginner-level course, designed for participants who are unfamiliar with the principles of digital forensics.


How to Take Advantage of TAP

Want to know more? You can visit the TAP page or email [email protected].

Content received from: Forensic Focus, http://www.forensicfocus.com