Online Training at IPTM

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New Webinars! 

Compassionate Medical Cannabis:
What it Means to the Florida Officer
 

This two-hour webinar will provide you with an overview of the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act in Florida - what it does, what it requires, and the legal ramifications for Florida. 

Determining Speed from Gear Position 

This two-hour webinar will teach you how to identify the various types of transmissions and axles installed on commercial vehicles. You'll learn how to obtain vehicle information to establish gear position and the equation to establish the vehicle's speed.

Forensic Evidence from Traffic Crash Fatalities 

In this two-hour webinar you will learn how to locate, recover and document trace and biological forensic evidence from vehicles that have been involved in DUI, hit-and-run and pedestrian strike collisions, including bloodstain patterns and their evidentiary value as well as forensic light sources to locate nearly invisible evidence. 

Investigation of Pedestrian Collisions

This all new two-hour webinar will familiarize you with the basics of pedestrian collision reconstruction. You'll learn the primary types of pedestrian strikes, vehicle and roadway evidence, speed determinate and basic reconstruction. 

Needle in a Haystack: The Unsolvable Hit-and-Run

Designed for both officers and prosecutors, this two-hour webinar will share new methodologies based on both modern technologies and traditional police work to solve hit-and-run traffic collisions, convict suspects, and bring closure to families. 

Prosecuting the Drugged Driver 

This two-hour webinar is designed for both officers and prosecutors and will explain the concepts of the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) programs, introduce you to DRE Evaluations, and explain how to read and understand a DRE report.


Watch for more exciting announcements and updates, including a new demo course!

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About Our Online Training

We currently offer three types of online training:

Instructor Led


Our instructor led courses are divided into two groups: Standard and Accelerated.

Standard courses are arranged in weekly modules, which equate to one day in a classroom environment. Much more than just "page-turners,” each course is interactive with deadlines for specific assignments due each week. While there are no required times to be online, you should plan to dedicate six to eight hours for coursework during each weekly module.

Accelerated courses offer you the unique opportunity to complete a course in a fraction of the time. Each course follows the schedule of the classroom version. As a result, accelerated courses will require you to spend six to eight hours each day on the course as you would in a normal classroom environment. Always remember, IPTM's staff of expert instructors will be your guides and are available to assist you at every step along the way.

Independent Study


Unlike instructor-led training, independent study courses allow you to work at your own pace. The time commitments and project work vary by course, so please review the course description for specific requirements. Instructors are available, via email, to answer your questions, but do not interact unless called upon. While there are no specific start and stop dates, the course must be completed within 30 days of registration.

Webinars


Our webinars provide comprehensive subject-specific information. They are accessible at your convenience and vary in length from one to eight hour presentations. If you need in-depth information on a specific topic to prepare for an upcoming case, our webinars can help. You will have access for 30 days after registration.

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