"It was refreshing to hear from working professionals about the field; reading material
is all well and good, but the opportunity to interact with the authors is priceless."
"Great amount of information for new PI's. The presenters have in depth knowledge.
Provided good tools of how to become successful in the industry."
"The insight that seasoned PIs brought to the presentation was amazing."
"The course was a good reality check for new or aspiring PIs looking to start their own PI
business. I had underestimated much of the nitty gritty that would be involved on the business
side of it. Being a PI in many ways is about more than just the investigative work, but you also
need to know how to be a businessperson and marketing guru."
"The presenters were outstanding. I learned a great deal and it was one of the better training
courses that I have attended in my 30 year law enforcement career."
"Laws and regulations governing PI investigations and actions. Much of the information was
very informative and I almost wish I had taken NLITE before I took the test."
"The speakers were all good and well prepared. I probably got the most useful information
from real life examples and/or scenarios given by PIs who've experienced them. "
"As a new investigator I believe that the entire course was relevant and a benefit to me. I
enjoyed the entire course with all the instructors and feel as though the course will contribute
to my success as a private Investigator."
"The course was filled with great information starting a PI business. I appreciated each
segment. This was also a great opportunity to network with other PI's. "
"It was an excellent beginning class for individuals that are entering into the career field as a Private
Investigator. The instructors were experienced about their particular topics. They gave examples and
answered questions from the participants."
"A great intro to PI work and great place to network."
"The course kept my attention, the information was pertinent and the presenters were credible. The
best thing about the course was that it was relevant to what a new investigator needs to know."