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Our Training.

We offer a variety of digital forensic courses that cover all aspects of how to use our tools and product features to successfully complete an investigation and close more cases.

Whether you are looking to get certified or expand your knowledge, you can choose from instructor-led, online training, on-demand education, free webinars, and in-person classes offered by our trusted training providers. Courses range from beginner to advanced.

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Types of Training.

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Academic Training

A turn-key program to allow Oxygen Forensic® Detective education to become part of any existing program.

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Certification

Ready for an Oxygen Forensic® Detective certification?

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Training Partners

Don’t see one of our courses near you or on a date that works for you? Check out the courses that our Partners are offering.

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All-Access-Pass

Have more flexibility to select and attend training courses with our All-Access Pass (AAP). This pass offers unlimited annual access to all training courses, so you can stay up to date with upgrades and new releases.

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View all training events.

Check out all our training events for the year.

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FAQs

  • Will I receive CPE credits for attending an Oxygen Forensic Course?

    Yes. The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) has approved Oxygen Forensics as a CPE Sponsor which means that Oxygen Forensics can provide CPE credits for individuals that attend our Group Internet or Group Live classes. This does not include LMS On-Demand courses. If you are required to obtain CPE credits annually, your training at Oxygen Forensics will help you reach your goal.

  • How much does Oxygen Forensic training cost?

    Training can be purchased per seat as a private or custom event. Courses are available in an all-access pass bundle and vouchers are available for deferred attendance. Certification is free. After deciding how you want to acquire training, contact your sales representative or training@oxygen-forensic.com.

  • Do I need my own computer for Oxygen Forensic training?

    Computers are provided for training events unless specifically organized differently.

  • How is remote training different than in-person training?

    They are the same except for the distance between everyone. Remote courses have a live instructor. Students log in to a computer to use for the duration of the course much like attending in a classroom. The difference is everyone meets virtually, while still interacting with each other, the instructor, and the lab machines.

  • What methods are available to attend Oxygen Forensic training?

    We offer remote live online training, in-person training in a classroom, and on-demand education in the Learning Management System (LMS).

  • I’m new to Oxygen Forensics® Detective, what training should I take first?

    The best course for you is largely determined by how you are using the suite of tools that comes with this product. A great place to start would be to learn about Oxygen Forensic® Detective through the Oxygen Forensic® BootCamp (OFBC) course. From there, you could branch out and learn more about extractions in the Extraction course (XiB), or about targeted computer extractions in the KeyScout course (OFKC), or consider the many other courses based on your needs. No class has prerequisites.

  • I am looking for advanced training with Oxygen Forensic Detective, what training is available?

    Once you are familiar with Oxygen Forensic® Detective and are ready to learn more about any specific area of this tool, consider taking the specialized courses that focus on that particular area. For example, if you need to learn more about analytics, consider taking Oxygen Forensic® Advance Analytics (OFAA). This is a three-day course that takes a deep dive into many areas of the tool on an advanced level. When you take this course, there is an expectation of tool familiarity, so you can get the most out of the scenario-based content.