Online training to grow Intelligence Community aptitude
The national security threats the U.S. faces span a multitude of areas, related to terrorism, the military, economics, politics, technology and beyond.
This continually and quickly evolving landscape requires that defense and intelligence professionals possess the right knowledge and skills and at the right levels in support of mission effectiveness.
The FedLearn Intelligence Community online learning catalog provides foundational knowledge and expertise in critical areas that include, but aren’t limited to:
- Agencies and organizations, mission and history of the U.S. Intelligence Community
- Critical thinking
- Different types of intelligence (e.g., geospatial intelligence, open-source intelligence)
- Intelligence analysis techniques, including evaluating and marshaling evidence, utilizing structured analytic techniques and writing to the analytic tradecraft standards
- Intelligence preparation for the battlefield
- Spectrum warfare
The online course content is contextualized and specialized to the Intelligence Community and U.S. Department of Defense, and is based on feedback from Federal government leaders about the intelligence-related knowledge and skill areas their workforces need for mission effectiveness. These online learning opportunities are perfect for government agency and contractor workforces.
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Intelligence Community Micro-Courses
FedLearn IC Micro-Courses
Increase your aptitude about critical national defense and intelligence topics with only small investments in time and effort (and money).
Introduction to the U.S. Intelligence Community
Gain foundational knowledge about the U.S. Intelligence Community and the history, roles and missions of its 18 organizations and agencies.
Critical Thinking for Intelligence Analysis
Learn what critical thinking is, the different kinds of reasoning, identifying assumptions and analyzing arguments to take charge of your thinking and apply it to intelligence analysis work.
Creative Thinking for Intelligence Analysis
Learn how to use creative thinking methods to improve your intelligence analysis work.
Structured Analytic Techniques – An Introduction
Expand your intelligence analysis expertise by exploring a variety of foundational structured analytic topics.
Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence – Basic Diagnostic Techniques
Become a better intelligence analyst by understanding about how to apply a variety of basic structured analytic techniques to your work.
Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence – Diagnostic Techniques I
Continue to enhance your intelligence analysis expertise by learning about the key assumptions and information checks and how to use a matrix to visually structure data.
Structured Analytic Techniques for Intelligence – Diagnostic Techniques II
Further your intelligence analysis knowledge by learning how to use structured analytic techniques to make more deliberate decisions, conduct hypothesis testing and identify cause-and-effect factors.
Evaluating Evidence for Intelligence Analysis
Learn about the various types of evidence, the credentials evidence must possess and the necessity of probabilistic conclusions based on what you’ve learned to better evaluate your intelligence analysis.
Marshaling Evidence for Intelligence Analysis
Delve into marshaling, or organizing evidence in support of the development of your intelligence analysis skills.
PatchPlus Consulting ICFA118
Learn about the foundational principles of the electromagnetic spectrum to advance your career in defense or intelligence analysis. Part of the spectrum warfare learning series.
PatchPlus Consulting ICFA120
Gain knowledge in communication principles and technology, which will serve to improve your overall understanding of spectrum warfare.
Advance your spectrum warfare knowledge by examining aspects of infrared theory, including key terms, definitions and basic laws, and its applications in the military.
Low Observable Theory
PatchPlus Consulting ICFA122
Examine low observable concepts, the technology used in the production of stealth aircraft, and counter-stealth techniques. Part of the spectrum warfare learning series.
Introduction to Analytic Tradecraft Writing for Intelligence
Become introduced to the Analytic Tradecraft Standards and how to apply them to intelligence analysis writing.
Writing to the Analytic Tradecraft Standards for Intelligence Analysis I
Examine the first four Analytic Tradecraft Standards and how to apply them to written intelligence analysis products.
Writing to the Analytic Tradecraft Standards for Intelligence Analysis II
Learn about the last five of the nine Analytic Tradecraft Standards and how to apply them to your written intelligence analysis products.
ChatGPT for Intelligence Analysis
ChatGPT Trainings ICIT101
Unleash the power of ChatGPT to advance your intelligence analysis work and career trajectory.
Intelligence Community Catalog Seat Licenses
Purchasing seat licenses for FedLearn’s entire Intelligence Community online course catalog is the most price-efficient and scalable way to access these online learning opportunities. All micro-courses are included when buying seat licenses.