#TETalks Live with The Chang School


#ICYMI, we were live on Facebook and Instagram at the Egg Carton in downtown Toronto on December 11th, 2019 with the Chang School

We spoke with Ian Williams, Instructor in the Crime Analytics Certification program at Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education and Manager of Analytics and Innovation with Toronto Police Service.⁠ We had the opportunity to learn about this new and egg-citing certificate and how it can benefit you! Keep reading and watch our live recording below to find out how this program uses a relevant and hands-on approach to learning.

What is the Crime Analytics Certificate?

The Crime Analytics Certificate prepares you for an egg-citing career in the growing field of crime analytics in Canada! The multidisciplinary certificate not only teaches you about policing while incorporating psychology, criminology, geography and more!

Through the certificate modules, students will engage in evidence-based policing, learn all about GIS mapping, decision support and data analysis. The program also offers a foundation in criminal justice, policing and criminal behaviour. From working in law enforcement to consulting firms, there are endless career options that you can pursue with a Crime Analytics Certificate!

The Chang School is currently accepting enrolment for the Crime Analytics Certificate – apply today for January start!

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TalentEgg Talks is a half-hour live Q&A with expert guests, hosted on TalentEgg’s Facebook and Instagram. It’s an egg-cellent opportunity to connect with industry professionals and get answers to your career questions!

About the author

Naomi Egbon is a recent graduate from Victoria College at the University of Toronto. An avid traveller she has been to 18 countries... so far! Also has interned (twice) at the happiest place on earth, Walt Disney World, even studying abroad in Hong Kong. She is interested in all things digital marketing and public relations and you can find Naomi on Linkedin.