Online self-paced microlearning

We want to combat learner fatigue and limited time availability with an exciting new way to approach digital forensics training, one that gives students information in easy-to-consume sections, in an engaging format. Learn more about online self-paced microlearning.

See why microlearning is for you 

In this video, see for yourself how Online Self-Paced Microlearning is revolutionizing the DFIR classroom and letting you learn in a style that’s suited to you instead of the information-overload of the traditional online training landscape.

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See why microlearning is for you 

Online self-paced microlearning is here to change the way you learn about Magnet Forensics products and digital forensics.

Rapid deployment

Get on top of the most up-to-date content quickly.

Easily consumable

Focus on the topics you want and/or need to know about.

Take it anywhere

Access microlearning from any device, wherever you are.

AX200: Magnet Axiom Examination

We’re proud to offer our Magnet Axiom Examination (AX200) course in the online self-paced microlearning format! Take AX200 today to get intermediate-level training with Magnet Axiom, a digital investigation platform that covers cases involving smartphones, tablets, computers, and cloud data in a single collaborative interface. This course is the perfect entry point for examiners who are new to Axiom.

Learn more about AX200, including a detailed breakdown of each module offered over at our registration page.

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Try the Training Annual Pass (TAP)

TAP lets you pay once, but train continuously. For less than the cost of two courses, you can attend any class at any time throughout the following 12 months.

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Hear from our trainees

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“The self-paced instruction is very beneficial because you can do it on your schedule, at the speed that you want, while still getting good content and having resources available for you.”

Mitch Kajzer, Executive Director, St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit

Mitch Kajzer
Executive Director
St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit

Become a Magnet Certified Examiner

When your word can make or break a case, your credibility is vital. Without a way to demonstrate your mastery of digital forensics, it can be harder to defend your findings and present them with full confidence.