PhotoModeler Training Courses
Training workshops are available to PhotoModeler users at their location for groups of six or more people. The workshops can be a basic overview or advanced product training, in an in-person classroom setting or virtual. The 3-day or 4-day course covers a wide range of topics such as proper photography methods, using basic tools, using advanced tools, and working with complex projects. There are no public versions of this course.
The Tutorials included with the PhotoModeler products, available online, are excellent training resources and suitable for many customers but for those that prefer a classroom setting, these training courses are available to your organization.
If you have a group of six or more people interested in general PhotoModeler training, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collision Reconstruction Courses
PhotoModeler Training Courses for Collision Reconstruction are taught publicly and can be taught to a group at your location. This three or four-day course will cover all of the award-winning PhotoModeler features that make it a valuable measurement tool in the reconstructionist’s toolbox. Right now, the public course is being taught exclusively online.
The PhotoModeler training courses are taught by one or both of:
Dan Mills has been an active PhotoModeler user and trainer for several years, providing instruction to personnel from numerous law enforcement agencies and private collision reconstruction firms. Dan is a forensic photogrammetrist and collision reconstructionist. He graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Technology in Survey Engineering. He has continued his education, working towards a Master’s in Civil Engineering (Transportation). Dan Mills first worked as a technician and researcher in the Civil Engineering Department at Ryerson. While there, he was involved with the Transport Canada/Ryerson University Vehicle Safety Research Centre, eventually taking on the role of lead reconstructionist. Dan then started DCM Technical Services Inc., where he works full-time today. He completes accident reconstruction and photogrammetric projects for his legal and insurance clients, provides seminars and training in photogrammetry, and continues his research in photogrammetry and reconstruction techniques.
Tod Whitfield worked for thirty-one years as a police officer, finishing his career as a forensic specialist. As the Sergeant in charge of the lab for the Toronto Police Forensics Unit, Tod was tasked with identifying and implementing technology to better investigate and present major crimes to the court. One of the technologies he identified was photogrammetry. Tod was trained in photogrammetry in 2006 and was active in its implementation in the police service. He is an inventor with several patents and continues developing new and exciting ways to use technology.