Carney possesses more than a decade of experience delivering counterintelligence-specific training to federal government and defense partners, and maintains a full-time staff of accredited counterintelligence special agents to execute course development and delivery. Additionally, Carney’s executive leadership holds 20+ years of managing DoD counterintelligence assets to include joint counterintelligence operations, collections, investigations, analysis, and functional services to include surveillance, counter surveillance, cyber, interrogations, and close target reconnaissance.
Carney’s full-time credentialed counterintelligence SMEs hold various DoD Master Instructor, Small Group Instructor, Insider Threat, Counterintelligence Operations Management, Counterintelligence Source Operations, Counterintelligence Force Protection, and Advanced Counterintelligence Curriculum Development qualifications and have developed and delivered customized instructor-led, web-based, and blended learning counterintelligence courses for the Defense Security Service and various DoD entities in the following titles:
- Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting for DoD
- Integrating Counterintelligence into Your Security Program
- Counterintelligence Concerns for National Security Adjudicators
- Counterintelligence Foreign Travel Brief
- The Relationship Between Counterintelligence and Security
- Sensitizing Facility Employees to Counterintelligence Concerns
- Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting for DSS Employees
- Insider Threat Awareness
- Establishing an Insider Threat Program for Your Organization
- Counterintelligence Awareness and Security Brief
- Insider Threat Multidisciplinary Capability
- Insider Threat Mitigation Responses
- Remote Sensing Principles
- Contemporary Intelligence Studies
- Intelligence Analytics
- Intelligence Support to the Policy Maker
- Cybersecurity Awareness
- Counterintelligence Doctrine and Policy
- Title 10 and Title 15 Operations
Our counterintelligence SMEs hold extensive operational experience in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and various humanitarian and task force missions. Their experience enables high-quality curriculum development and delivery. Developmental experience and current requirements in support of Carney’s Federal Government partners includes the creation and application of training needs analysis, training task inventories, programs of instruction, lesson plans, Syllabi, training schedules, exercises, rubrics, resource materials, knowledge checks, examinations, and job aids.
Our SMEs maximize retention using adult learning principles such as task-oriented and experiential learning. SME Instructors use instructional strategies like guided discussion, group work, and practical exercises to reinforce learning and assess students uses Kirkpatrick’s level one and two assessments to ensure the desired results are achieved.