Frequently asked Questions

What am I singing up for and what will I get?

You will be committing to a 10 week training course to qualify as a Polygraph Examiner. After the course you will immediately be recognized by multiple organizations including the APA, SAPFED, SAPPA, ISOPE and ACFE. You will also immediately be in a position where you are confident and able to start your own business and work your own hours.

When will the polygraph training be?

The Polygraph Training is scheduled to run for 10 weeks from 16 March 2020 to 22 May 2020.

Where will the training be held?

The training for 2020 will be presented at the Golden Pipit in Centurion, Gauteng. The venue will offer discounted rates for student lodging if needed.

Why should you do my Polygraph Training with the Academy for Scientific Investigative Techniques (ASIT)?

By completing International recognized training, you open opportunities to work abroad. You will also never have any problem to register with any Polygraph Association local and abroad. The CCMA will favor your education if trained by a recognized APA accredited school. Furthermore the Academy has been training students successfully since 1980. You will learn from the masters in the industry.

Further included in your training is a whole week of additional training in Forensic Assessment Interviewing Technique devolved by the Academy (FAINT) and Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN) worth USD 600, that no other Polygraph School offer.

How to apply for the 2020 training:

Please complete the application form and enrollment form that can be found here – (application form) & (enrollment form). Then email the completed forms to: polygraphtraining@nategordon.co.za

Who can I talk to?

You can contact the course facilitaor on +27 (0) 76 571 6844 (Anne-mari van Staden).