I hope that you and your families are doing well as we work our way through what I hope DOES NOT become our new normal. Hopefully, it won’t be long until we can all return to work and resume our favorite activities.
Here at SketchCop® Online Academy, we’ve been using our time to work on presenting new material and curriculum as online, distance learning becomes even more important for future skills training and development.
But before we get into that…I wanted to share some good news!
As a reward for your continued loyalty and support SketchCop® Online Academy is offering a 30% discount off on our textbook – Creating Digital Faces for Law Enforcement.
This is the text you’ll need as we work our way through several training modules. Material in the book will be referenced often as reading assignments throughout our series of short courses.
Go to the Shopping Cart and before Check Out enter the promo code: FOREN320 to receive your discount.
But wait! There’s more good news!
This week we added two NEW, FREE documents for your review.
• We are working with a vendor to make facial identification catalogs for sale through the academy – a MUST HAVE for forensic artists, along with a short course on how to use them during a composite sketch interview.
• We have collaborated with Wacom on a contest to see who can come the closest to creating a simulated composite sketch of a fictitious Wacom Cintiq tablet thief.
You have until April 23rd to enter and compete to win one of three prizes that Wacom is awarding. I’ll be helping Wacom judge the final three winners.
• Those who cannot afford a Wacom graphic display/pen tablet will be happy to know that we are continuing our reseller’s relationship with XP Pen to make their graphic displays and pen tablets available for sale through the Academy.
• Coming soon! A FREE download of our composite sketch interview worksheet and a new course-TBA are also in the works.
I hope you are all as excited as I am about the recent developments at our Online Academy. Once the shelter at home restrictions are lifted and new social distancing guidelines are in place, we will schedule a hands-on course at our training facility – The SketchCop® Academy at The Vollmer Institute in beautiful Orange County, California.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. In the meantime, stay well and be safe. Until next month…
Keep on sketching!