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Newly Licensed Investigator Training & Enrichment - in Fresno on Nov. 3rd DON'T MISS IT!

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  • CW Sellers
    California Association of Licensed Investigators An Invitation to attend NLITE Newly Licensed Investigators Training and Enrichment (NLITE) The California
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      California Association of Licensed Investigators

      An Invitation to attend
      NLITE



      Newly Licensed Investigators Training and Enrichment (NLITE)



      The California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI), the world's
      largest private investigator association, would like to invite you to
      participate in a new training program CALI has developed especially for
      newly licensed investigators like you, to help start you on a successful
      career path as a licensed private investigator.



      CALI's Newly Licensed Investigators Training and Enrichment (NLITE) program
      is an eight-hour course provided to all newly licensed investigators who
      have obtained their licenses within the last 12 months and to all CALI
      members. Included in the training are printed and online materials, special
      vendor discounts, and lunch. The fee is a minimal $25 to help defray the
      costs. This is an unbelievable value!



      The program will provide detailed information and training designed
      specifically for the new licensee. Training will include the basics of The
      History of Private investigations, Starting Your Business, Licensing and the
      Law, Forms and Contracts, Transitioning to the Private Sector, Business
      Opportunities, Ethics, State Laws and the Private Investigator and much,
      much more. Highly qualified instructors have been selected to teach each
      section of the program, based on their knowledge and experience.



      NLITE is in response to numerous inquiries to CALI about how the association
      might be able to help prepare newly licensed investigators to enter the
      private investigations profession. NLITE has become our answer! Questions
      about laws, what you can and cannot do, ethics, starting and growing your
      business, career path choices, transitioning to the private sector and all
      of your questions answered all in one day.

      Date & Time:
      Saturday, November 3, 2012
      8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

      Location:
      University Square Hotel
      4961 North Cedar Avenue
      Fresno, California 93726

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      Registration:
      Register for the event by going to the CALI website:
      <http://www.cali-pi.org> www.cali-pi.org, click on the Training tab on the
      left hand side, then click the NLITE tab. NLITE is offered to all new
      licensees within California. To be considered a new licensee, you must have
      received your P.I. license within 12 months prior to attending an NLITE
      class. For the next class in November you must have received your PI License
      between Nov 3, 2011 and November 3, 2012

      Each attendee will receive the following:

      - NLITE Special CALI Membership price of $99.00 for your first
      year of membership
      - Access to templates, sample documents and course materials via
      the CALI website
      - CALI's logo padfolio
      - Certificate of Attendance

      If you are interested in attending NLITE or in being considered as an
      instructor for NLITE please contact C.W. Sellers, NLITE Committee Chair. You
      can contact CW directly at <mailto:cwsellers@...>
      cwsellers@....



      I hope you take advantage of this wonderful roadmap for entering the
      profession, starting a business and operating within the law.



      Visit us on-line at <http://www.cali-pi.org> www.cali-pi.org to find out
      more about CALI.



      Sincerely,

      Michael Julian

      CALI President 2012-13





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