Three months after its professional development institute was to begin, the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (PPIAC) will host the institute on Zoom.
The PPIAC will hold its Colorado Investigative Development Institute on June 5 and 6, after the original event was canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak.
But instead of being taught how to be a private investigator from the Hilton Inverness in Englewood, where the original event was to take place in early April, the PPIAC now says participants can “learn from the comfort of your home or office!”
The online institute is priced at $250 for PPIAC members and $300 for guests.
An email blast from PPIAC president Andrea Orozco says the June event will feature “over 13 hours of instruction, networking, resources and valuable tips for your career as a professional investigator.”
The PPIAC is a nonprofit organization that provides education, training and legislative advocacy for professional private investigators.
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