All Things Kestrel | Virtual Classroom

The All Things Kestrel | Virtual Classroom is into the 3rd year of monthly training for Kestrel TSCM Professional Software technical operators. The sessions have been a tremendous success globally and will continue to be delivered by our instructional team no charge for Kestrel users. The All Things Kestrel | Virtual Classroom tackles a wide range of TSCM subject matter and of course, we provide a deep-dive into the awesome Kestrel TSCM Professional Software and supported hardware options. As the pandemic appears to be mostly behind us, it is time to get back to formalized training. As our classroom training continues to be in significant demand, we have schedule a wide range of private group and open programs worldwide. If you are a Kestrel operator, or are considering moving to the might Kestrel software, we strongly encourage that you attend our 5-day or 7-day Certified Technical Operator (CTO) or Certified Government Technical Operator (CGTO) programs. We are also running our full 10-day and 14-day Technical Security Specialist (TSS) training. 2022 is all about professional development, training, certification as a pandemic refresher program, or simply professional development. What you missed during the past three (3) years will likely have eroded your skills-sets and the need for recurrent training is liability mitigation. The game-changing Signal Hound SM-435B (100 kHz to 43 GHz) high-speed spectrum analyzer and monitoring receiver, is fully supported by the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software. The Signal Hound BB60D (9 kHz to 6 GHz) is also a game-changing product and provides next generation spectrum analysis and monitoring opportunities with a whopping 10 dB of additional dynamic range. All of our training programs introduce these products to participants so operators can see why they should be switching to or upgrading to the latest industry standards. There is no need to rely on decade old technology in a modern moving target threat environment. Training is not just for those new to TSCM and those who consider themselves seasoned professional need competent recurrent training. Follow us on Twitter!