Private Investigator Training

Our training courses will prepare you for the role of private investigator and will enable you to apply for SIA registration once this is enacted by the government in the next few months. These courses are priced separately but please see the package price for 3 courses, which offers a significant discount over the cost of the individual courses.

Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators

The SIA have indicated that this will be the standard qualification for registration as a Private Investigator. The Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators (QCF) focuses on:

  • How to research information from various sources
  • Gather information through interviews
  • Have an overview of surveillance operations, both overt and covert
  • Gathering information in support of an investigation
  • Planning and reporting investigations. This includes identifying the objectives of the investigation, dealing with conflicts of interest and how to report and present the findings on the investigation

The qualification also deals with maintaining the security and confidentiality of all information during the investigation. Throughout, there is also the requirement of knowing and complying with the laws and regulations relevant to carrying out investigations.

This qualification is based on the SIA Specification for Learning and Qualifications for Private Investigators and Pre-Cognition activities.

We can support you through this qualification in four different ways.

Option 1 - A 5 Day course covering all of the learning outcomes culminating in an externally set and marked examination.

Price £599 + vat

Option 2 - Distance learning course enabling you to study at your own pace. Supported throughout by an experienced investigator to give advice and assess your work. Once complete there is a 1 day consolidation course booked at your convenience culminating in an externally set and marked examination.

Price £449 + vat

Option 3 - For experienced investigators. This includes an interview to allow our assessor to accredit your prior experience. This is followed by a 1 day revision course where any gaps in your experience can be addressed followed by an externally set and marked examination.

Price £249 + vat

Option 4 - For experienced investigators. This includes an interview to allow our assessor to accredit your prior experience followed by an externally set and marked examination without any further training.

£149 + vat

All prices include registration and certification fees with the awarding body.

Covert Surveillance - Entry Level

This course is aimed at investigators who wish to gain an insight into covert surveillance planning, procedures and practice. Taken by experienced trainers with extensive police and / or military surveillance experience this course will cover static, foot and mobile surveillance tactics including assessing risk and log keeping. Lasting 4 days this course is run over 2 consecutive weekends and will include practical exercises.

Price £595 + vat

Open Source Intelligence

A 1 day course for investigators who need to gather information and intelligence from the internet. This course shows how to interrogate open areas of the internet to discover information about individuals or companies. Subjects covered will include interrogating emails, internet sites, social media, blogs, telephone numbers addresses and company and business information.

Price £199 + vat

Package Prices

Package 1

Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators taken via the distance learning route (with 1 day course and exam) booked together with 4 day basic surveillance course and 1 day Open Source Intelligence Course.

Price £600 + vat

Package 2

5 day Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators with exam booked together with 4 day basic surveillance course and 1 day Open Source Intelligence Course.

Price £700 + vat

Course Location

These courses will be run from state of the art training facilities with excellent transport connections on the outskirts of Ipswich, Suffolk. Courses are non residential but there are 2 reasonably priced hotels within walking distance of the venue. Special rates may be negotiable so please ask if you are considering booking a room. There is ample free parking at the venue.

Group Bookings

If your company is interested in running any of these courses at your own premises we may be able to offer a discount on delegate rates, subject to sufficient delegates registering.

In the case of the Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators you would need to allow access to a room that complies with examination rules and this would need to be pre-authorised.

Enquiry Form

1 + 2 =

FREE Professional Expert Advice Call 01530 542023

Our Private Investigator Services

Surveillance
Click here »
Background Checks
Click here »
Matrimonial
Click here »
Corporate
Click here »
Lie Detector Test
Click here »
PC/Email Forensics
Click here »
Phone/Text Forensics
Click here »
Asset Location
Click here »
Close Protection
Click here »
Mystery Shopper
Click here »
Fraud Investigations
Click here »
Employee Monitoring
Click here »
Trace Debtors
Click here »
Missing Person
Click here »
Bug Sweeping
Click here »
Private
Click here »

Contact us in Confidence

Get a FREE Quote

  • Coalville

    Formed in 1894, the Coalville Urban District came to assimilate outlying villages following government changes in 1936. The administrative of North West Leicestershire District is Coalville. On the Coalville Business Park, Calder Colours are manufacturers of art and craft materials. By Arriva Midlands with the majority run, there are bus services that run through Coalville. From 1539 to 1926, it was in Diocese of Peterborough, Coalville has been in the Diocese of Leicester since 1926.

    Visit Website
  • Private Investigator Coalville

    Having opened as the Coalville Grammar School, it celebrated its centenary as a school building in 2009. Known as the Coalville and District Choir of Male Voice, the Male Voice Choir of Coalville in 1944 was formed. Known as The Ravens play in the Northern Premier League is Coalville Town Football Club. Off Hall Lane, Whitwick, with a clubhouse founded in 1902 replacing one on Broom Leys Road that had stood, is the Rugby Football Club of Coalville.

    Visit Website
  • Investigating Coalville

    From 1927 until 1990, on Belvoir Road the Greyhound Stadium of Coalville existed. Standing opposite the former Railway Hotel, the Constitutional Club of Coalville in 1897 was built. Due to the Hugglescote and Coalville settlements equidistance between, Belvoir Road's Halfway House derived its name. Known as The Liberal Club of Coalville, Marlborough Square's Marlborough Club was closed and by the next door Marlborough Day Nursery was purchased subsequently as a premises extension.

    Visit Website
  • Searching For Coalville Sights

    Known as the Coalville Adult School Drama Group, Bridge Road's Old Adult School Hall and Theatre is the Coalville Drama Group's home. A memorial of war in residents of Coalville's memory who in the 20th century's world wars gave their lives: The clock tower that is memorial was in 1925 built by W Moss Ltd and designed by Henry Collings at a £2,250 cost, was a well-known landmark at the centre of the town is the clock tower. A reference relating to Coalville's prosperity as a result of coal-mining, extractive industry, brick-making, and quarrying, the coat of arms of the district on 30 October 1974 was granted, and bears 'EX TERRA OPES', the motto, which means, "From wealth of the earth". The pub in Hugglescote parish, prior to the Civil Parish of Coalville creation toward the nineteenth century's end, the premises is of a classical style that is stripped with a front fa ade that is faience and from the fact that the Stamford and Warrington Earl was once the Hugglescote and Donington manors' 'lord paramount' derives its name.

    Visit Website
  • Detectives in Coalville

    With its coal-mining and industrial heritage seen in its political profile as a deterministic factor, the Coalville district was a stronghold for the Labour Party, and until the 1990s, Labour held 36 out of the 40 seats on the district council. Between 1836 and 1838, Coalville's church, Christ Church on London Road, was built. Until the establishment of societies in the 1980s, though some information had been put on record by independent local historians, Coalville's history was not well documented despite its emergence as one of the largest towns in Leicestershire. With a population at the 2011 census of 34,575, Coalville is a North West Leicestershire town.

    Visit Website

Payment Methods

Useful Detective Links

Private Investigators | About us | Privacy and Cookie Policy | Terms of Use | Terms & Conditions | Contact us | Articles | ©2010-2018

Coalville Private Investigator

Private Investigator Coalville

Private Detective Resources