General Writing Board

Training

Forensic examination of handwriting

The aim of the course is to learn how to measure graphical handwriting features and analyse the results, taking into account naturally changing handwriting features.
The course syllabus includes such issues as:

graphometry (measurement of handwriting features),
presentation of leading methods of classical handwriting examination,
discussion of fluctuating handwriting features, analysis of a catalogue of graphic handwriting features,
measurement exercises.

cost

a) individually: PLN 3000 gross;
b) group: no group activities until the end of 2021

deadline

a) individually: agreed with biuro@Nrp.com.pl
b) group: no group activities until the end of 2021

location

a) individually: Warsaw office of GWB;
b) group: no group activities until the end of 2021

duration

a) workshops: 2 days; 10:00-16:00
b) exercises: 6 months, after completion of the workshop part

Registration:
biuro@Nrp.com.pl

Price includes:

  • training,
  • materials,
  • coffee service and refreshments.

The syllabus includes:

  • research methodology,
  • terminology, fluctuating handwriting features,
  • masked handwriting features,
  • mapped handwriting features,
  • learning to measure features,
  • exercises in measurement and analysis.

Notes:

  1. when signing up by email, please include: first name, surname, address, participant’s PESEL Social Security Number
  2. when signing up by email, please indicate: details of the invoice payer: natural or legal person
  3. payment for training shall be made in advance in accordance with the time indicated on the invoice
  4. possibility to cancel the training with reimbursement of 50% of payment occurs up to 7 working days before the training date
  5. a detailed schedule and syllabus of the training is sent upon registration to the e-mail address provided.
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