The Facial Examination Training curriculum is aimed at improving the skill sets of the analyst. The 40-hour course will provide the examiner with necessary skills and strategies needed when conducting facial comparisons. Topics include but are not limited to history, bones and muscles, dermatology, aging, hair, the morphological features of the face, and comparison methodologies. Set with a small student to instructor ratio (12:1), the course provides extensive comparison exercises that apply what is learned during the lectures with feedback from the instructor as well as full class reviews of comparisons. This course is perfect for federal, state, local, or commercial organizations that have facial recognition systems and who are performing facial comparisons. We also offer an 80-hour course for those who want more time completing comparison exercises with our subject matter experts.