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Fall 2014

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40 PVCC DIGITAL FALL 2014 Workforce Services Class Schedule workforce@pvcc.edu l www.pvcc.edu/workforceservices or 434.961.5354 Application Process: The application process begins with completing the PVCC application. Before being admitted into the program, you will be asked to submit your résumé. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule a pre-admission interview. Desired Qualifications: Minimum bachelor's degree is recommended. Previous analytical experience a plus but not required. In certain circumstances, applicants with less than a bachelor's degree may be considered given previous experience relevant to positions attainable within the Intelligence Community or Department of Defense. Strong public speaking skills, writing skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office products also desired. Must be a U.S. citizen and be willing to submit to a criminal background check. Individual and Customized Classes: All of the modules can be taken individually or customized for your organization. (For more information, contact workforce@pvcc.edu or 434.961.5354.) Analyst Boot Camp Payment and Refund Policy: Tuition for the Analyst Boot Camp (ABC) is $9,995 for the 10-week program. Student may pay the tuition in full at the time of registration. A minimum payment of $5,000 by the first day of class is required to reserve a seat in the class. Student must pay the balance of $4,995 by the end of week 4 of the class. Refund Policy: Students who withdraw from the program before the first day of class are eligible for a refund of 100 percent of their paid tuition. A student who starts class and withdraws before the end of week 1 (40 hours or less) is obligated for $1,250. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 1 but before the end of week 2 (41 to 80 hours) is obligated for $2,500. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 2 but before the end of week 3 (81 to 120 hours) is obligated for $3,750. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 3 but before the end of week 4 (121 to 160 hours) is obligated for $5,000. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 4 but before the end of week 5 (161 to 200 hours) is obligated for $6,250. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 5 but before the end of week 6 (201 to 240 hours) is obligated for $7,500. A student who starts class and withdraws after week 6 (over 240 hours) is obligated for $10,000. There are no refunds after week 6. Week Topic Proposed Date Week 1: Core Courses: Orientation 9/15 • Introduction to the Intelligence Community • Current Intelligence on World Affairs 9/16-18 Week 2: Core Courses: Analytic Skills 9/19 • How to Think Like an Analyst • How to Write Like an Analyst Week 3: Core Courses: Analytic Skills 9/22-10/3 • How to Brief Like an Analyst • Law & Ethics in Intelligence • Counterintelligence Week 4: Core Courses: INTs 10/6-10/10 • Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Analysis • Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Analysis • Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analysis Week 5: Core Courses: INTs* 10/14-10/17 No class on 10/13 • Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) Analysis • Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Analysis Week 6: Elective Courses - Subject Matter Expertise* 10/20-10/24 • Analytic issues including Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI), Space and Missiles, Order of Battle Analysis, Cyber Security, Homeland Security, or Link Analysis Week 7: Elective Courses - Subject Matter Expertise 10/27-10/31 • Analytic issues including Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI), Space & Missiles, Order of Battle Analysis, Cyber Security, Homeland Security, or Link Analysis Week 8: Elective Courses - Subject Matter Expertise 11/3-11/7 • Analytic issues including Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI), Space & Missiles, Order of Battle Analysis, Cyber Security, Homeland Security, or Link Analysis Week 9: Elective Courses - Software Skills 11/10-11/14 No class on 11/11 • Analytic software courses covering link analysis, geospatial analysis and technical analysis tools. Week 10 Core Courses - Capstone Exercises & Briefings 11/17-11/21 * The content taught in these sessions is classified SECRET. Security clearance and need-to-know is required. PVCC reserves the right to make changes to the above schedule. ABC classes currently being offered: 56181 LAWS M-F 9/15-11/21 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. RM 131 ATIC $9,995

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