CI-04 Flow Chart Conventions
The aim of this Flow Chart Conventions module is to introduce students to the conventions that are used in the flow charting techniques, which are used in law enforcement analyst training and crime and intelligence analysis. The course is ideal for those wishing to gain an understanding charting techniques, without completing an intelligence course to produce and analyse them.
To provide an overview of charting techniques and assist the student gain an understanding of various types used in analysis.
At the end of this module the student will be able to:
- State what the different flow charting techniques are.
- State the difference between working and presentation charts, and between intelligence and evidential charts.
- Use the various charting conventions correctly when creating the different types of flow chart.
- Create a style sheet.
- Interpret flow charts.
- Describe the matrices conventions.
- Describe how matrices are used to assist in the construction of flow charts.
The module is covered in a seven part video presentation with a manual available in written form.
The video presentation is intended to be the learning source with the manual as a written backup to knowledge.
Duration of this course
This is a one module input and is expected to take between 3 and 4 hours to complete. However, individual students work at their own pace and so this estimate should be used as a rough guide only – it may take you longer or you may complete the course in a shorter time.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Once you have been approved as a student and purchased access to this course, you will have 6 weeks to complete it. If you do not finish the course within 6 weeks then you may need to sign up again.
This course is available:
How is the course presented?
You will take this module online – the features of this course include:
- Narrated video presentations to help you understand the topics covered;
- Downloadable content – such as documents and images;
- Assessed knowledge check;
- Links to useful websites and other material;
- Online forum to keep in touch with other students and your tutor;
- Email contact with your tutor;
If you require this course to be delivered in a classroom then please contact us for details.