VIPRE VSA & CVSA CERTIFICATION CLASS – CLEARWATER POLICE DEPARTMENT

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United States – 07-26-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — The IAVSA in conjunction with the Clearwater Police Department is having a Certified VIPRE VSA & CVSA Basic Examiner and Recertification Class. IAVSA provides the best price point in the VSA Industry, The Certified VIPRE VSA – Certified CVSA Basic Examiner Course is $595.00. ( 5 Day Class) The VIPRE VSA & CVSA Examiner recertification course is $225,00. (2 Day Class) Dual VIPRE VSA & CERTIFIED CVSA Certified Examiner Designations are available at NO additional fees. CLASS DATES: October 21st – 25th See the full course flyer that is posted on the IAVSA website – www.iavsa.com https://www.iavsa.com/training-programs.html The National Homicide Investigators Association also has the course posted on the website https://thenhia.org/news/ Contact Captain Brad Cottrell, IAVSA Training Director at (800)816-9852 Further information can be obtained by contacting Detective Joe Ruhlin at the Clearwater Police Department @ (727)562-4242. Further Updates: Ben Conrique is now an instructor with IAVSA. Ben retired from SAN DIEGO SHERIFFS OFFICE and is well know to law enforcement all over California. IAVSA is a Member of ILEETA – International Association of Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. We are also now posting our classes to: https://policetraining.net/

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Company Name: IAVSA FLORIDA
Full Name: Captain Brad Cottrell
Phone: (800)816-9852
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Website: www.iavsa.com

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