Date: November 8-9
Time: 11 am ET/8 am PT to 2 pm ET/11 am PT each day
6 Contact Hours/0.6 CEUs
Terrorism 101 is an introductory course designed to provide a comprehensive overview of terrorism, its historical context, root causes, ideologies, tactics, counterterrorism measures, and the impact on societies. Through this six-hour, two-day course, students will gain a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding terrorism and its global implications.
The course covers:
- Introduction to Terrorism
- Terrorist Ideologies and Groups
- Terrorist Tactics and Techniques
- Counterterrorism Measures
- Impact of Terrorism on Societies
- Future Trends and Response to Terrorism
Instructor: Jo Cheney
Jo is an experienced professional with a background in intelligence analysis, investigations, and security research. With 18 years of all-source intelligence analysis and extensive work on dark-web investigations, Jo has a deep understanding of counterintelligence and counter-trafficking efforts. Jo has also contributed to critical projects for multiple federal entities, such as the Department of Defense, NASA, the FBI, and others. Jo holds a B.A. in Diplomacy and World Affairs, a M.A. in Strategic Intelligence Studies, and is currently pursuing an MLitt in Terrorism and Political Violence.