The British Investigators Training Course was first constructed in 1995 and became one of the most popular courses of its kind in the United Kingdom tutored from schools and colleges. Throughout 1998 courses were distributed to numerous organisations and groups allowing group chairmen to tutor the course to their members. In 2000 the British Investigators Training Course became correspondent due to the large amount of interest.
The (BITC) consists of an entry level course, an advanced (AITC) course and for those students just interested in Ufology, a Stand-Alone UFO Investigators Course (UITC).
The BITC course has quickly become one of the most recognised courses in the subject of Anomalous Phenomena. Courses are available as printed versions and correspondent, however a digital online version will be available in the near future. All courses are sent out in full to students and their are no time limits. Students have as long as they wish to complete the course material and submit their answers to MAPIT Head Office. On receipt an examination paper will be sent out. On passing the examination, students will be sent a BITC certificate and confidential registration document. Students can then (if they wish) obtain assistance regarding research, investigation, analysis and being put in contact with local organisations. A number of organisations and groups recognise the BITC and are aware of its standards. This qualification may allow students to enter or join an organisation and immediately become an activist without the need to sit other similar courses.
Along with the course material, students will receive a free CD-Rom containing hundreds of free newsclippings and documents along with thousands of alleged paranormal photographs and helpful links and software. It is not compulsory to sit any of our examination papers. Many students simply obtain our courses to help build their knowledge of certain subjects and investigation techniques. If students have any difficulties they can contact MAPIT via E-Mail. Assistance can also be obtained from our extensive web site, such as student support. The Examination paper consists of 100 questions regarding details found within the course material. Students will require 75% of their examination answers to be correct to pass, any less will result in failure. On receipt of the examination paper, MAPIT will provide results within 14 working days.
The BITC course consists of 20 modules. At the end of each module, students will find a question sheet. All question sheets must be completed and returned together to MAPIT Head Office for marking via sending them in the post or via e-mail. Students should write out the question and then provide their answer. The BITC Course can be sat by students age 16 year and upwards and need no previous knowledge. MAPIT also run a continuation course such known as the Advanced Investigators Training Course (AITC) for those who are already BITC Registered.
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