Biosecurity training

Course Summary

Type General

Time 9 am to 5 pm,

Date: 14 November 2016 - 15 November 2016 (2 days)

Enrolments Close 13 November 2016

Max Participants 18

Summary

This course covers the theoretical and practical knowledge required to install and maintain electronic surveillance devices (cameras), from selecting an appropriate device, to deployment, concealment, management of evidence gathered and the relevant legislation that applies. Target Audience: Any officer who may be required to deploy or manage electronic surveillance devices or data storage as part of compliance operations. (eg. Regional Officers, Rangers, Compliance Officers, Environmental Officers, Health and Building Inspectors; etc).

Learning Outcomes

What we will cover:

  • The aim of electronic surveillance
  • Types of electronic surveillance devices available including their components and limitations
  • Practical exercise in camera concealment
  • Legislation that applies to electronic surveillance devices in particular their deployment as well as management of evidence including personal and private information
  • Documentation and procedures for the deploy or manage electronic surveillance devices
  • Recording, storing and destroying information
  • Practical exercise in camera deployment, retrieval and storage of information

General details

Price: $700.00 (+GST)
Cost includes venue, meals and course materials. Travel and accommodation is not included.

Location: Local Land Services Office, 96 Victoria Street Dubbo NSW

Enquiries: Roger Ilitch
roger@acfec.edu.au