"It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important" -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes"
Simply put, microtraining is public speaking, but with substance. Public speaking without training value is just entertainment. The position of Reveal Forensic Investigations, LLC is that every contact we have with someone who isn't a client or involved in an investigation should leave that person with something substantial. Microtraining can be tailored to fit nearly any venue or time schedule and results in the audience learning something they can put to use immediately after. It's one thing to teach a group of business persons about the dangers of ransomware. It's another thing entirely to equip them to pro-actively avoid it.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
A company or individual may contact us with certain topics in mind. Or they may only know that continuing employee education is important and are wanting to contribute something. Either way, we work with the client to develop one or more microtraining sessions that reach their expectations, fit their time and location requirements, and are appropriate for their audience size. We usually only ask for the support of having a suitable location with presentation equipment (i.e. data projector, screen, etc.). We can make provisions to provide all of that, but costs can be substantially reduced by making use of facilities and equipment to which the client may already have access.
Microtraining topics can be anything from today's digital threats to employee protection and safety. Reveal works closely with other training providers that can extend topics beyond our own expertise, which can include active shooter situations, network intrusion and incident response, physical security, legal updates, and more. Microtraining can be sessions from 30 minutes to an entire day and address audiences from no more than a few in the company break room to a full auditorium.