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Think Forensic and its members

All our activities and activities aim to highlightour training and enhanceour skills often unknown to the general public.

We meet potential employers and solicit our broad network of partners so that our members can discover new professional horizon.

Think Forensic is deeply convinced that the forensic visionremains a major added valuefor any company.

For its members, Think Forensic relays job and internship offers and organizes conferences, workshops and thematic events.

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Conferences and workshop

September 2019 – The forensic scientist within the Big4

An opportunity at the crossroads between the role of the decision-maker and the investigator

Presented by Adrien Vincart – PWC France and Julien Nguyen – Kroll Associates SAS

August 2019 – Illusion of justice – Inside Making a murderer

Presented by Jerome F. Buting, lawyer who defended Steven Avery in the case of State of Wisconsin versus Avery

September 2018 – Rights and obligations of the parties to the employment contracts: be armed to negotiate

Presented by Patrick Vallat, Director of CQF! – Safety training and advice

June 2018 – (In)difference between criminal science practitioners in the job market

Presented by Ðurđica Hazard and Isabelle Montani at the AICLF Symposium

November 2017 – How to say no to your boss without getting fired;
or how to learn to communicate your limits!

Presented by Jean-Marc Ouellet, practitioner in a relationship of help, therapist and adult trainer

May 2017 – Demystifying the stages of recruitment: from the application to the assessment

Presented by Virginia Gonzalez, Recruitment and Executive Development Specialist at the Personnel Department of the State of Vaud

May 2016 – Security in an informal settlement in South Africa: the example of the rape response project

Presented by Meleney and Leon Kriel, founders of the NGO Viva Foundation of South Africa / co-organized with associations of the School of Criminal Justice (AESC and ADSC)

April 2016 – The (a)typical path of a forensic criminologist or how to enhance his skills!

Presented by Mr Philipp Zimmermann, Member of Think Forensic

February 2016 – Burnout – warning signs, prevention and caree

Presented by Dr. Michelle Montani

September 2015 – How a forensic scientist can make a name for himself in the Defense Departement

Presented by Colonel EMG Laurent Currit

June 2015 – Ten Things Not to Do During a Job Interview

Presented by Mr Jacques Briod

April 2014 – Think Trailing Dog !

Presented by Ms. Alis Dobler, Think Forensic Member

March 2014 – ICRC presents forensic activities in the humanitarian community

Presented by Dr. Morris Tidball-Binz, Markus Dolder and Catherine Maillard

April 2013 – « The forensic scientist, a single profession? »

Presented by Prof. Pierre Margot, honorary member of Think Forensic

 

Think Work / Workshop on Cover Letters !

Investigate your values, identify the employer’s expectations, and write the cover letter that will make the connection between the two.

With a unique approach inspired by forensic science, you will develop tools to decrypt job postings and write a personalized cover letter that will meet the employer’s expectations.

This workshop has already taken place on the following dates:

  • April 2018

Think Work / CV Workshop !

More than writing a simple CV, this training, provided by a team of professionals, offers to develop a catalogue of forensic skills investigating your hidden qualities and transversal skills.

You will build a toolbox that will serve you throughout your career and that you will continue to fill through your new professional and personal experiences.

Date of the next workshop: November 10, 2018

This workshop has already taken place on the following dates:

  • November 2019
  • November 2018
  • May 2016
  • November 2014
  • June 2013
  • November 2012

 

December 2019

Presentation of the association during the Masters Day organized by the AESC

May 2019

Third Interassos’ Afterwork organized jointly by the ESC Associations: AESC, ADSC and Think Forensic

April 2019

General Assembly of Think Forensic

March 2019

Welcome drink organized for members who joined Think Forensic in 2018

December 2018

Presentation of the association during the Masters Day organized by the AESC

May 2018

Second Interassos’ Afterwork organized jointly by the ESC Associations: AESC, ADSC and Think Forensic

April 2018

General Assembly of Think Forensic

February 2018

Welcome drink organized for members who joined Think Forensic in 2017

May 2017

First Interassos’ Afterwork organized jointly by the ESC Associations: AESC, ADSC and Think Forensic

April 2017

General Assembly and visit of the exhibition « Fais-moi peur ! » at the Musée de la Main in Lausanne

March 2017

Presentation of the association during the Masters Day organized by the AESC

April 2016

General Assembly

April 2015

General Assembly

April 2014

General Assembly

March 2014

Presentation of the Museum of the School of Criminal Justice and photographs of R.A. Reiss by Dr. Isabelle Montani, co-organized by Alumni

April 2013

General Assembly

January 2012

Extraordinary meeting

July 2011

Constitutive Assembly of Think Forensic