Yes – we are currently planning to run all our courses from 3rd December.  If government guidance changes and we need to review this we will contact course delegates as soon as possible to advise.


  • Reduced the number of delegates on a course
  • Spaced desks at 2m intervals
  • Increased cleaning and sanitising of classroom and communal areas
  • Provided anti-bacterial wipes, tissues and hand sanitiser for each student
  • Optional face coverings available
  • Provided a wipeable box for each student to store equipment
  • Doors propped open to avoid need to touch handles and exit buttons
  • Remote control software installed to allow trainer to support students and troubleshoot issues on their PC’s whilst remaining socially distanced.


  • Reduced the number of delegates on a course
  • 2.4m distance between seats and safe corridor marked for access
  • Hand sanitiser, anti-bacterial wipes and optional face coverings available
  • Inspection camera and monitor for each student to assist trainer distancing
  • Glass dividers separating student work stations (adjacent desks not in use)

It is not mandatory to wear a face mask in the classroom, however, face coverings are provided for anyone who wishes to do so.

8 students at Wyboston Lakes

5 students at Leeds

All our courses are non-residential, however, we can provide discounted rates for local hotels at the time of booking.

If you book with Wyboston Lakes and your course gets postponed due to COVID-19 related reasons, they have been very flexible with offering a full refund or transferring the booking to a later date.

Yes – App Investigator 1 is a new online course that can be attended as an alternative to Smartphone App Forensics.

If you test positive, or develop symptoms prior to attending our courses, please let us know as soon as possible and we can arrange for you to be transferred onto a course at a later date.