Basic polygraph examiner training June 2019

Greetings to everyone,

it give me great pleasure to announce that European polygraph academy officially have the dates for this year polygraph examiner training and we would like to invite everyone who in interested to attend a basic polygraph examiner course in our school in Belgrade, Serbia. This is 400 hours, 10 week basic polygraph examiner training and it is officially scheduled to start on 3th of June 2019 and finish on 9th of August 2019. The cost of the basic polygraph examiner training is 4.990 USD dollars.

One of the big advantages that our students have, in comaprison to other schools in this part of the world, is the fact that we are the only polygraph school in Europe where students have a possibility to gather knowledge from two experienced APA instructors from USA for the full duration of polygraph training, and that is fot the whole 10 weeks. Also, because this is APA accredited training, every student that graduates in our school can apply for the membership at the American Polygraph Association right after they graduate on this basic polygraph examiner training and European Polygraph Academy pays for the first year of membership in American polygraph association for each of our graduated students.

Also, this year we will have quite a bit students coming from foreign countriesto learn at our school. EPA also helps out our foreign students and makes sure that we provide an accomodation that is in walking distance from the classroom. We, at EPA, always do our best to make our students stay in Serbia a memorable and pleasant experience. This basic polygraph examiner training course is limited to 20 students for this class, and we already have 15 students applied so far, so we have 5 more spaces available for anyone else who is interested. The application, catalog and other course information can be found on one of our web pages on our web site.

Our polygraph school - European polygraph academy is operating strictly in the APA (American polygraph association) framework for conducting accredited polygraph training and we strictly follow the guidelines for official APA accredited training program.

Thank you for your attention

Nikola Novak

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