What does BFI training provide?
BFI provides hand-on-forensic training as well as online training on forensic document examination to forensic aspirants, lawyers, police officials all over National and at International level. We also provide practical exposure which covers broader aspects of questioned document field as well as other forensic science disciplines.
Who can opt for training in fingerprint development and verification?
Our forensic training on fingerprint development and verification enables the forensic aspirants, lawyers, corporate officials, police officials, college students with Bachelors/Masters degree in forensic science or in any other field of life sciences, professional etc.
How can I become Fingerprint Analyst?
A candidate with graduation or Post graduation in Forensic Science or in any other field of science is eligible to become fingerprint analyst. One can also become certified fingerprint analyst after completion of fingerprint examination and verification course from any recognized forensic organization.
What is the scope of Fingerprint Analyst?
The role of fingerprint analyst is to develop fingerprint from crime scene by physical or chemical methods. Moreover, the role of fingerprint analyst is to take fingerprints in court (or by court order) and matches with questioned fingerprints. A fingerprint analyst can seek job opportunity in Government Forensic Science Laboratories as well as in Private Forensic Science Organizations or companies. One can also become private fingerprint analyst and can start his/her own practice after successful completion of the course.