The Forensic Fire Investigator Certificate is designed to give graduates a recognized credential that can translate into greater recognition within their respective field. After completing the required courses offered through the Texas Forensic Science Academy, graduates will have an understanding of criminal fire investigation from basic to advanced documentation, evidence collection and processing, procedures for fire death investigation, and effective courtroom testimony.
- Foundations of Courtroom Testimony
- Foundations of Forensic Photography
- Forensic Photography I
- Forensic Photography II
- Pick one of the following options:
- Forensic Fire Fatality Investigation
- Fire Investigator (NFPA 1033)
Once all courses have been completed, applicants should confirm they meet all certificate requirements using the Forensic Fire Investigator Application and return it to the TEEX Law Enforcement & Protective Services division. Eligibility of each candidate will be reviewed and email notification of decision will be sent.
Note: All courses must be taken within seven (7) years of the date of the application. Only one course from another training provider will be accepted if the curriculum and hours match TEEX curriculum. TEEX will review your course equivalency request and make a determination on a case-by-case basis; additional information may be required from you.
|Course Number||Title||Description||Funding Option||Delivery Type||Division|
|FSA100||Forensic Technician||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA101||Forensic Photography I||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA112||Forensic Photography II||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA116||Foundations of Forensic Photography||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA117||Forensic Fire Fatality Investigation||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA118||Foundations of Courtroom Testimony||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|FSA119||Courtroom Testimony Practical Applications||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|INV100||Fire Investigator Phase I||Quick View Course Description||ESTI|