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Cellebrite Offers Self-Paced Training and Instructor-Led Classes Online

November 03, 2014  | 

The Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) certification course recently joined the company's Mobile Forensic Fundamentals online class, officially making Cellebrite the first mobile forensics vendor to offer any kind of online certification training, according to the company.

Online training is valuable when you are unable to travel, can’t take time away from work, or simply prefer online learning. On-demand online training scales for organizations that need to train large teams simultaneously and cost effectively because participants can learn without interruption to operations.

Cellebrite’s on-demand, self-paced courses are instructionally equivalent to Cellebrite’s instructor-led training (ILT) courses. In fact, Cellebrite Certified Instructors are integrated “virtually” into the online course. This enables you to receive real-time feedback on your progress through dynamic navigation and regular “learning checks.”

You can also revisit lessons for review and additional practice. This interaction, along with scenario-based conditional logic—which offers different steps for you to follow as part of learning to think critically about mobile forensics—are part of practical exercises that help you to learn forensic techniques and processes hands on.

In other words, this is not a pre-recorded webinar. You can complete Cellebrite courses on your own time directly via the Cellebrite Learning Center.

The new online offering follows the trajectory of Cellebrite’s comprehensive, standardized training curriculum, the first and only to be offered across three different delivery models. The curriculum began last year with classroom-based training and added instructor-led online training, followed by the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner certification test, earlier this year.

For more information visit https://www.cellebritelearningcenter.com/

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LLC @ 11/4/2014 10:11 AM

Taking the cellebrite course online is a logical choice. I took the course back a couple of years ago in New Albany, Indiana (Metro Louisville, KY). It was basically nothing more than how to turn the thing on, match the cables to the phones and follow the device's instructions. Using the cellebrite would not make anyone a forensic expert. I'm more concern with independent lab testing to certify the device's ability. I found it to work only 60% of the time.

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