DEF53115 - Diploma of Electronic Forensics

The Learners most likely to undertake DEF53115 – Diploma of Electronic Forensics are those able to conduct and manage a forensic investigations and to lawfully establish evidence that is often found in digital storage mediums and computers. It qualifies individuals who apply integrated technical and theoretical concepts in a broad range of contexts to undertake advanced skilled or paraprofessional work in electronic forensics.
 

This qualification has been designed to provide a package of broad and flexible competencies reflecting the workplace responsibilities to conduct and manage a forensic investigation and to lawfully establish evidence that is often found in digital storage mediums and computers. It qualifies individuals who apply integrated technical and theoretical concepts in a broad range of contexts to undertake advanced skilled or paraprofessional work in electronic forensics.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

The Diploma in Electronic Forensics is comprised of 12 units of competency made up of 5 core units and 7 elective units. These have been carefully selected to ensure that they meet industry needs.

Units

DEFFOR006

Conduct electronic data search and analysis

DEFFOR008

Detect, record and collect electronic evidence

DEFFOR009

Give evidence of electronic media crime

DEFFOR010

Produce an electronic media image for forensic purposes

DEFFOR011

Assess, control and examine electronic incident scenes

BSBMGT517

Manage operational plan

PUACOM003

Manage information

PSPLEG003

Promote compliance with legislation in the public sector

PUAOHS002B

Maintain safety at an incident scene

PSPGEN055

Refine complex workplace documents

MSL974008

Capture and manage scientific images

PUAOPE015

Conduct briefings/debriefings

Learning Phase: Students undertake knowledge lessons through an online portal. The student must pass the theory to move to the next phase.
Workplace Phase: Students will have a logbook, and will require the workplace with our assessors’ assistance to assess their performance.
Successful completion of this phase leads to the full qualification.

The minimum hours for all learning to be completed is 960 hours plus 240 hours of work placement.

The total time commitment is 1200 hours.

Your total investment for the Diploma in Electronic Forensics is AUD$3,500.00

Call our office to discuss a payment plan that suits you best.

There are no prerequisites for entry into this qualification.

Our training is open and responsive to all people irrespective of age, gender, cultural or ethnic background, disability, sexuality, unemployment, imprisonment or remote location.

These are likely to be new learners being either:

• Those wishing to undertake a full qualification to gain further employment in the sector;
• Those wishing to advance their career in the sector;
• Those wishing to upskill or refresh their knowledge after time in the industry; and
• Those updating a previous qualification to maintain currency..

DEF53115 Diploma in Electronic Forensics.

This qualification will be delivered online at a pace best suited to the student.

Enrollment and course delivery can be arranged for a time that suits you.

You may be eligible to gain status for previous industry experience, studies in other courses or from other training providers.

If you fit in this category enquire about RPL/RCC or credit transfers which could significantly shorten your study requirements.

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