Henley-Putnam's commitment to providing a cutting edge education in strategic security mandates that we offer ethics as a core course requirement in every one of our bachelors degree programs
San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 12, 2008
Henley-Putnam University is pleased to host a free teleconference briefing on "The Ethics of Spying" on Thursday, January 17th at 10 AM PST/PDT. The briefing will be presented by Bart Bechtel, former CIA Operations Officer and current Henley-Putnam University instructor. Interested parties may listen in by making a telephone reservation at 408-453-9900 X9949 during normal weekday business hours.
"Bart Bechtel is one of our most popular instructors and an expert on this very timely subject" said Michael Corcoran, PhD., President of Henley-Putnam University. "Henley-Putnam's commitment to providing a cutting edge education in strategic security mandates that we offer ethics as a core course requirement in every one of our bachelors degree programs" adds Sheldon Greaves, PhD., Chief Academic Officer at Henley-Putnam University.
About Henley-Putnam University
Henley-Putnam, an accredited member of DETC, is a premier university for higher education in the advancing fields of protection, intelligence and counterterrorism. Henley-Putnam University offers law enforcement, military, the intelligence community and private industry professionals the opportunity for career advancement through online education in the strategic security industry.
About Bart Bechtel
Bart Bechtel is a veteran CIA officer with over twenty years of experience. He teaches courses in ethics, surveillance, counter surveillance, counterintelligence and threat assessment. Mr. Bechtel served as a clandestine operations/counterintelligence officer on deep cover assignments. He is a threat/vulnerability assessor, counterterrorism & surveillance detection instructor. Mr. Bechtel has broad experience in conducting analytical antiterrorism assessments using quantitative methodologies for calculating vulnerabilities and risk associated with terrorist and criminal threats. Mr. Bechtel has taught extensively. He was a lead instructor for the US State Department's anti-terrorism Surveillance Detection (SD) Team Training Program under contract with SAIC. He trained SD teams in Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Macedonia, and Mexico. Mr. Bechtel received his BA in History from Monterey Institute of International Studies and his MS in Intelligence Management from Henley-Putnam University.