Space training opportunities

594 training opportunities for the UK and European space sectors, last updated 27 May 2024. Curated by Space Skills Alliance.

Defence
(30)

General
(12)

    Latest training opportunities

    Displaying opportunities 51 - 100 of 594 in total ·View all · Download results (CSV) · RSS feed for this search

    Women Leading in Space & STEM programme

    Workshop (Varies) by Jones Consulting · POA · Current

    This leadership programme aims to provide women with the skills and confidence to bring their best selves to leadership roles and effectively lead programmes and organisations. Following a successful pilot of this programme at Space Park Leicester and the University of Leicester, Jones Consulting offer this Women Leading in Space & STEM programme for female leaders who are in, or preparing to move into senior leadership roles in the fields of Space and STEM. This programme will support female executives to accelerate their careers and effectively lead programmes and organisations. Development focuses on boosting key leadership skills, confidence and impact. Topics include: Strengthening self awareness, Strategic drivers in Space and STEM sectors, Leading complexity, Commercialising research, Connecting with stakeholders and partners, Storytelling and sharing your vision, Leading a high performance team, and Optimising health, happiness and performance. For further information about the programme and how it can benefit female leaders in your organisation please contact: deborah.jones@jonesconsulting.org.uk Deborah Jones and associates have over 20 years experience as professionally qualified leadership consultants and coaches. Find out more at: www.jonesconsulting.org.uk

    Visit website & learn more

    Skills and hiring in the space sector

    Seminar (Online) by Space Skills Alliance · POA · Current

    This interactive workshop focuses on skills and hiring for start-ups and SMEs in the space sector. In this workshop you'll learn what a good recruitment pipeline looks like and how make yourself an attractive company to work for. This workshop can be tailored to different audiences, get in touch with us on info@spaceskills.org for more information.

    Visit website & learn more

    Access to Space for All: Systems Engineering

    MOOC (Online) by UNOOSA and NASA · Free (~£0) · Current

    To support future potential Access to Space for All applicants and to provide free and accessible educational content to all, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) in collaboration with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is organizing a webinar series on Systems Engineering. The four-part webinar series will take place between November 2023 and January 2024. Each webinar will last one hour and consist of presentations and question and answer (Q&A) sessions. Only a limited number of applicants will be invited to join the live interactive sessions, where the participants will have the opportunity to directly engage with NASA experts. Given the relatively short duration of the course, NASA personnel will provide resources for reading materials prior to each webinar so participants can prepare for each session and maximize their experience. Two weeks after each webinar, the presentations and recordings will become accessible to everyone on this website.

    Visit website & learn more

    Land in Focus – Dry Ecosystems

    MOOC (Online) by EO College and European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Current

    In these lessons, you will learn about the meaning of invasive species for vulnerable ecosystems and how to monitor them in a savanna environment using time series data. Further, you will gain insights into the distribution of woody vegetation and how this vegetation type, typical for dry landscapes, can be mapped using multi-temporal microwave data.

    Visit website & learn more

    Beyond the Visible – EnMAP data access and image preprocessing techniques

    MOOC (Online) by EO College and European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Current

    In this course, you will learn the principles of hyperspectral image preprocessing and how this workflow is reflected in EnMAP products, get to know the German hyperspectral mission EnMAP in much more detail, and see how you can access EnMAP data, and order new acquisitions. No matter if you are a student or a professional or whatever continent you are from, this course was designed for you and we hope to provide some helpful background information, process understanding and guidance on how to access the world as seen by EnMAP.

    Visit website & learn more

    Beyond the Visible – Imaging Spectroscopy for Agricultural Applications

    MOOC (Online) by EO College and European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Current

    In this course, you will learn how to use imaging spectroscopy data for agricultural applications. No matter if you are a student or a professional or whatever continent you are from, this course was designed for you and we hope to provide some helpful background information, process understanding and applications that relate to your area of interest or expertise.

    Visit website & learn more

    Towards Zero Hunger

    MOOC (Online) by EO College and European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Current

    Towards Zero Hunger will give you insights into the potential of remote sensing technologies to support the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger.

    Visit website & learn more

    Land in Focus – Urban Spaces

    MOOC (Online) by EO College and European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Current

    The hands-on lessons in this course will teach you: How to map urban areas using high-resolution data in Google Earth Engine How to quantify urban heat islands in cities in Google Earth Engine How to visually delineate slum areas How to predict slum areas using an advanced classification algorithm in R for the city of Lagos in Nigeria

    Visit website & learn more

    Guidelines for the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities

    Seminar (Online) by UNOOSA · Free (~£0) · Current

    The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) has developed an introductory e-learning course, which provides an overview of the Guidelines for the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities (LTS Guidelines). The e-learning tool is free and open to anyone who wishes to know more on the long-term sustainability of outer space activities and the LTS Guidelines. The 60-minute interactive training consists of 26 lessons, touching upon the essential role of space activities, the growing space sector and the associated challenges, the preamble and the 21 Guidelines of the LTS Guidelines.

    Visit website & learn more

    Post Graduate Certificate in Wireless Communications

    Course (Varies) by Ubi-Tech and University of Wolverhampton · POA · Current

    Study the key design aspects of modern wireless and radio engineering, cellular networks and advanced wireless technologies.

    Visit website & learn more

    Integrated Space Science and Engineering

    Short course (London) by Imperial College London · POA · Current

    Imperial College London’s new educational offer in Integrated Space Science and Engineering (ISSE), presents a unique opportunity to address space and its related issues. ISSE espouses a multi-stakeholder provision concept. It is provided under the auspices of the Imperial Space Lab in collaboration with Astra-Terra Limited, Hemraj Consulting and the Institute for Space Policy and Law (ISPL) and is hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial. The Program is designed to include contributions from other key players including Space Agencies, corporations, governmental and non-governmental entities and think-tanks.

    Visit website & learn more

    9th European Space Propulsion Systems Simulation Workshop (ESPSS)

    Short course (Netherlands) by European Space Agency (ESA) · Free (~£0) · Current

    Following the needs of the European Space Propulsion Community, a first workshop on ESPSS was collocated with the ESA Space Propulsion 2012 Conference at Bordeaux. Due to its success and on users’ request, ESA-ESTEC responsible for the ESPSS development is now preparing a 9th ESPSS workshop covering the following topics: Latest improvements of ESPSS v3.8.0 Industrial validation and simulations Problems’ handling and suggestions Next steps after ESPSS v3.8.0

    Visit website & learn more

    ESA Mission Operations Academy

    Short course (Darmstadt) by European Space Agency (ESA) · €3,000 (~£2555) · Current

    Mission Operations at its best! For the first time, ESA offers this unique 4-day course to bring to life the fascinating world of spacecraft operations with its unique challenges and need for excellent teamwork.

    Visit website & learn more

    TechTalent Space Academy

    Course (Online) by TechTalent · £9500 · Current

    Join the TechTalent Space Academy and embark on a transformative journey into the exciting world of SpaceTech. Our comprehensive 12-week program is designed to equip aspiring professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the space industry. Through our partnerships with leading space-led companies, we provide successful applicants with a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and secure a future career in the field.

    Visit website & learn more

    SatNEx School Bradford

    Short course (Bradford) by University of Bradford · £150 · Current

    This SatNEx School, organised by the Bradford-Renduchintala Centre for Space AI on Tuesday 24th to Thursday 26th October 2023, is focused on the applications of AI in satellite systems. The School brings together highly qualified speakers from industry, research, and academic institutions to discuss emerging applications, computing technologies, and dynamic design/processing techniques relevant to AI in various aspects of satellite systems operation. The content is designed to provide PhD students, early career researchers, and industry professionals with a firm grasp of the start-of-the-art and emerging trends in the subject.

    Visit website & learn more

    UK Space Agency Accelerator

    Course (Online) by UK Space Agency, Exotopic, and Entrepreneurial Spark · Free (~£0) · Current

    The UK Space Agency Accelerator provides support for entrepreneurs at every stage of their space journey. We're on a mission to make space accessible to all and together, we'll co-create something special, realising these ambitions to deliver lasting outcomes for our space sector and related industries across the UK. Our bespoke accelerator programmes; Explore, Leo and Geo are designed to help unearth opportunities for businesses at various levels of their space journey. From established space businesses to start-ups and anyone working in a related industry such as engineering, manufacturing or even farming and other areas, who might not have yet fully explored the opportunities, the accelerator programme will help boost business growth.

    Visit website & learn more

    Master in Space Entrepreneurship

    Course (Amsterdam) by Luiss Business School · €16,000 (~£13627) · Current

    Sky is not the limit, it is the opportunity. The New Space Economy is the umbrella name of some of the most promising business and societal opportunities of the 21st century, but can you tap into it? The Executive Master in Space Entrepreneurship aims to offer the missing background, entrepreneurial competences and network to those individuals that want to lauch or grow their company in the space industry. Our goal is therefore to provide you with a clear understanding of the context, and of the challenges of the space industry and equip you with the necessary theoretical and practical tools to be a successful entrepreneur in this domain. As a participant you will learn how to build a strong, sustainable business model for your entrepreneurial idea, how to get it funded, and how to drive it from the start-up phase to the scale-up one and to maturity.

    Visit website & learn more

    Master in Space Business Management

    Course (Amsterdam) by Luiss Business School · €16,000 (~£13627) · Current

    Space has Scientists and Technicians, now it needs Managers. In recent years we have been witnessing a renewed and increasing attention to (the) Space (sector) that has become so relevant to deserve the name of the New Space Economy. This course aims to offer the missing managerial competences to those highly specialised professionals who operate in the space sector or who intend to move there, to enable their professional growth into top positions. Our goal is therefore to start you off to a path that goes from being a professional, to becoming a manager, to developing into a leader an organisation. As a participant you will be provided with the vision, the hard (financial, marketing, organisational) and soft (people management, negotiation, leadership) managerial competences and skills required to be successful in the Space Economy.

    Visit website & learn more

    RF Circuit and Systems Design

    Short course (Guildford) by University of Surrey · £2100 · Current

    This course has been specifically designed to cover the major elements relevant to engineers working or starting out in the radio frequency (RF) field and should provide you with the expertise required to excel in this chosen field. By joining some of the foremost experts in the field of RF engineering, you will quickly be given the tools to get to grips with the major aspects of RF circuit and system design. You will obtain an understanding of the technologies behind transmitter and receiver design including small signal RF amplifiers, synthesisers and PA design

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Innovation Masterclasses: Earth Observation

    Short course (Online) by Satellite Applications Catapult · Free · Past

    This masterclass has been designed to help you move from a general understanding of EO data capabilities, to a clear method of identifying what type of data is right to address the challenge you are trying to solve. It’s not always about the highest resolution, the fastest revisit, or the most in-depth analysis, it’s about the right data to provide the right insights to your users. At the Satellite Applications Catapult, we employ a User Centred Design (UCD) approach to space enabled service development, putting the user at the heart of product, technology, or service design in order to de-risk its development. It’s this approach that we use to help people determine the right type of EO data for their application, and we want to share it with you. In this interactive online class aimed at UK businesses, members of the Geospatial Intelligence Team from the Satellite Applications Catapult will combine presentations with interactive tools, to help you frame your understanding of the challenge you are solving into a set of clear requirements to navigate the EO data landscape, and the commercial considerations of how you shape your service.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Technology Innovation Masterclasses: User Centred Design

    Short course (Online) by Satellite Applications Catapult · Free · Past

    This masterclass has been designed to help you move from a general understanding of a problem to a set of validated user requirements that can be used to design a service that is useful, usable, and much more likely to stick in the market. At the Satellite Applications Catapult, we employ a User Centred Design (UCD) approach to space enabled service development, putting the user at the heart of product, technology, or service design in order to de-risk its development. It’s a process that will make sure that you build the right thing and build the thing right; and we want to share it with you. In this interactive online class aimed at UK businesses, members of the User Centred Design Team from the Satellite Applications Catapult will show you how to capture the critical information that will help you create a value proposition with competitive edge. The class will combine presentations on User Centred Design approaches with practical activities that your organisation can use to develop their understanding of their users, their users’ requirements and how to incorporate these into the service or product development cycle.

    Visit website & learn more

    Executive Space Course - Medicines in Space

    Short course (Oxford and Online) by Metavisionaries and International Space University (ISU) · €3900 (~£3322) · Current

    The first worldwide Executive Space Medicine Course to be delivered on-site and in the Metaverse! Focusing on how medicine is practised in space and the effects of the space environment on humans who live and work in space.

    Visit website & learn more

    Model Based System Engineering

    Short course (Varies) by Adiuvo Engineering and Training · POA · Current

    Model based engineering (MBE), and the related concept of model based systems engineering (MBSE), are areas of interest for many engineering organisations. MBE is seen as a way of better handling the increasing product complexity.

    Visit website & learn more

    Electronics For FPGA Development

    Short course (Varies) by Adiuvo Engineering and Training · POA · Current

    The ability to design and work with effectively with FPGA based circuit cards is critical for FPGA engineers. This course is aimed at giving attendees the ability to get to grips with key design decisions, standards, considerations, and trade-offs to enable the development of FPGA based solutions along with how to approach the testing and verification

    Visit website & learn more

    FPGA Development

    Short course (Varies) by Adiuvo Engineering and Training · POA · Current

    This course is aimed to teach people wanting to get into FPGA development the basic skill set needed to become effective designers.

    Visit website & learn more

    Mission Critical Design

    Short course (Varies) by Adiuvo Engineering and Training · POA · Current

    The focus of this course is the development of techniques which can be used in programmable logic including Clocking & Reset strategy, Triple Modular Redundancy, IO Planning, Safe State Machines and Counters, Error Correcting Codes, Single Event Effect Mitigation along with Verification strategies and metrics, formal equivalence checking, Synthesis strategies and several other advanced techniques.

    Visit website & learn more

    Planetology for Exploration and Habitability in Space

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $49.99 (~£39) · Current

    Introductory course touching on the future of space exploration, in-situ resource utilization (ISRU), and space manufacturing. Discussing the importance of utilizing resources such as lunar/mars regolith and current research therein.

    Visit website & learn more

    Satellite Technology: Advanced Course

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $49.99 (~£39) · Current

    This advanced course will provide you with a complete and well-rounded overview of artificial satellite technology, which provide invaluable resources for a multitude of applications.

    Visit website & learn more

    Introduction to Astronomical Observations

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $24.99 (~£20) · Current

    This course on observational astronomy will provide a comprehensive overview of the history of astronomy and its development over time. From ancient cross-cultural observations to modern scientific theories, which provides you with a very flexible array of knowledge in any field of astronomy.

    Visit website & learn more

    ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy

    Short course (Budapest) by European Space Agency (ESA) · €200 (~£170) · Past

    One of ECSL’s most successful activities is the ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, which is open to students of all levels of study, as well as a few young professionals already working in space or space-related sectors. The course is now in its 31st year and boasts a large family of alumni around the world.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Sustainability: Strive for a Cleaner Future

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $24.99 (~£20) · Current

    Space sustainability is the concept of ensuring the Earth’s outer space environment is kept safe and viable for current and future generations. It involves reducing the amount of debris created by space exploration and other activities in outer space to maintain the long-term viability of human activities in space.

    Visit website & learn more

    Aerospace Materials: Beginners Course

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $24.99 (~£20) · Current

    Learn about aerospace materials, manufacturing, and design in the aerospace and space industries. It is suitable for anyone interested in aerospace materials. The course consists of 6 chapters and quiz tests for revision of the knowledge.

    Visit website & learn more

    Analog Space Missions

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $29.99 (~£24) · Current

    This course will give you a general review of what analogue space missions are, including the history of analogue space missions: how and where they were first installed, to what purpose and current applications, including comparison with selection processes from ESA, selection, training, daily life.

    Visit website & learn more

    Introduction to Space Systems Engineering

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $49.99 (~£39) · Current

    In this course you will learn about designing a space mission from initial mission objectives through requirements and constraints definition, development of mission concept, trade-off analysis and breakdown of subsystems to design a baseline of a space mission.

    Visit website & learn more

    A.B.C. of Space Architecture

    Short course (Online) by Altair Academy · $24.99 (~£20) · Current

    In this course, you will learn the basic to advanced concepts and workflow involved in space architecture. There is no prerequisite knowledge required to learn about space architecture. This course consists of 5 chapters and tests for a better understanding of concepts.

    Visit website & learn more

    Satellite Optical Communications

    Short course (Online) by University of Oxford · £595 · Past

    The Satellite Optical Telecommunications (online) course is a 3 half-day course that will give a complete introduction to satellite optical communications. Participants will learn the basics of communication optics and technology challenges related to satellite optical communications and will receive an overview of current existing optical systems and technologies. The course has been conceived and developed by specialists from the European Space Agency (ESA) and from the University of Oxford. Technology-specific lectures provide the perspective from the major space industry market leaders, ESA specialists (TIA/TEC) and Oxford professors. The target audience is professionals interested in gaining a comprehensive introduction to satellite optical communication.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Leadership Academy

    Workshop (Online) by Space Leadership Academy · POA · Current

    At the Space Leadership Academy, our team of world-class coaches and experts are united around one mission – to upskill leaders in the space sector and get them fit to lead the future.

    Visit website & learn more

    E01 High-Reliability Hand Soldering for THT - superseeded by E10

    Workshop (Portsmouth) by ASTA · £1700 · Current

    Develops the theoretical knowledge and certifies advanced practical skills necessary to fulfil the task of ESA Soldering Operator for through-hole technology. ESA requirements are designed to ensure process consistency and acceptable workmanship standards resulting in the production of high-reliability hand-soldered connections.

    Visit website & learn more

    Analog Mission Basic Training

    Workshop (Online) by OeWF · €100 (~£85) · Past

    The traditional Analog Mission Basic Training Course (AMBT) of the Austrian Space Forum is dedicated to train Mission Support Center volunteers for upcoming Mars simulations. In this  workshop will provide a solid overview on Mars analog missions, focusing on the tasks and positions at the Mission Support Center (MSC), field operations and about Mars research in general. Graduates will be able to successfully respond to the diverse challenges of future Analog Mars Simulations at the MSC and will be part of a highly motivated team that is the foundation of every Analog Mars Mission at the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF). This course will be an online training course and  contains hands-on lectures on our space suit simulators, IT infrastructure, meeting analog astronauts culminating with a small conceptual Mission Simulation. The AMBT course concludes with a final examination after the online workshop. The successful trainees will be awarded with a certificate that will allow them to take part in the subsequent Analog Mission Advanced Training course and missions.

    Visit website & learn more

    Dare to discover data assimilation (data assimilation minus the maths)

    Short course (Online) by National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) and University of Reading · Free · Current

    This free course provides an introduction to the basic concepts of data assimilation without assuming a background in mathematical concepts or any specialist subject knowledge. It will be particularly useful to users of data assimilation products (e.g., reanalyses) or those who are interested in exploring the possibilities of data assimilation for new applications.

    Visit website & learn more

    Data assimilation training @ Univ. of Reading 2024

    Short course (Reading) by Data Assimilation Research Centre and National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) · Free · Current

    Each year DARC and NCEO offer in-person training on data assimilation. The intensive week-long course introduces the commonly used data assimilation algorithms derived from a common framework and explores the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. The theoretical lectures are complemented by practical sessions allowing participants to obtain hands-on experience of the concepts covered.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space * SUSTAINABILITY

    Short course (Strasbourg) by International Space University (ISU) · €2000 (~£1703) · Current

    The impact of economic activities on the environment on the largest scales has become increasingly prominent over the recent decades. The present and expected costs of the global changes prompt governments, international organizations, public opinions, and interest groups to push to reduce their environmental and societal footprint through self- and externally-imposed regulations. The space sector is no exception. Both the public-sponsored and private-led activities must justify and reduce their negative impacts, abide by national and international regulations, and develop industrial processes that take into account future costs and taxes. Interestingly, the space sector has long been aware of the damage that careless activities can have, whether it is about telecommunications or collision risks in low-Earth orbits. On the other hand, space activities and in particular space-based Earth observations are critical to the understanding, monitoring, and mitigation of the human-caused and natural modifications and dangers of the planet’s climate and geological parameters. The monitoring of greenhouse gas atmospheric content, hydro- and cryosphere evolution, accidental and criminal pollutant releases into the environment, is crucial to make predictions, advising the decision-makers, and preventing harmful activities. In this 9-day course, experts and actors of the space sector will explain how companies and space agencies tackle their environmental and societal responsibilities; how they design and conduct the Life Cycle Assessment of their products, through initiatives such as the ESA EcoDesign or at Airbus; and the research that is conducted on propellants, recycling, and company processes to reduce their footprint. Researchers will present the methodology, capacities, limitations, and technical developments of Earth observations and their contribution to agriculture, emergency mapping and management, and law enforcement. The participants will also learn about the current and to-be-expected political and legal constraints, from international lecturers of space agencies, academia, and the industry, involved in the definition and promotion of a sustainable space sector.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space * ASTROBIOLOGY

    Short course (Strasbourg) by International Space University (ISU) · €2000 (~£1703) · Current

    Astrobiology is the interdisciplinary study of life in the universe and touches on some of the most profound questions in both science and philosophy. How and when did life on Earth emerge from a ‘pool of organic molecules’? Is there life on Mars, extant or extinct? Could other bodies in the solar system harbor life, e.g. Enceladus, Titan and Europa? Do intelligent civilizations exist elsewhere in our galaxy? All of these questions – and many more – will be addressed in ISU’s 7th annual Astrobiology Elective (April 11-21, 2023). The Elective will welcome some of the finest Astrobiologists in the world, e.g. Dr. Christopher P. McKay (NASA Ames Research Center), Dr. Frances Westall (Director Emeritus of the CNRS Exobiology Group, Orléans) and Dr. Joseph A. Nuth, III (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center). The program will highlight current and future astrobiology missions, e.g. Martian rovers such as Perseverance and its successors. The Elective will consist of presentations, roundtable discussions, workshops, and a field trip devoted to collecting and analyzing magnetotactic bacteria. The single deliverable will be a group White Paper, of which there will be four offered. In the past, they have included topics such as, “The potential of the Canadian Arctic for Astrobiology research”, and “Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a Biomarker for the Astrobiology Community”.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space * OMICS

    Short course (Strasbourg) by International Space University (ISU) · €2000 (~£1703) · Current

    How does being in space affect an organism? At the cellular and biochemical level? Omics techniques have revolutionized molecular biology, permitting detailed snapshots of an organism’s cellular activity in different environments or over periods of time. Thousands of data points can be collected at a time, using blood samples or easy-to-collect samples like urine or saliva. Omics techniques enable statistically powerful low “n” studies which are perfect for space research, given the fact that there are only a few people or animals on each space mission. The first space examination of genes, gene products (enzymes and other proteins), and products of enzymatic reactions (metabolites) have already started to provide important and sometimes surprising results. This intensive 2-week course will permit students to access and analyze omics data from NASA’s GeneLab: genomic, proteomic and metabolic data from animal and plant studies conducted in space or Earth-based space analogs. Student groups will formulate an hypothesis and conduct their own analysis to determine changes in gene expression. Faculty will guide the students through the processes of experimental design, data analysis, interpretation of results, and communication of findings. This first of its kind course was initially developed with the help of ESA funding and will be offered again April 24 – May 5, 2023, at ISU’s campus in Strasbourg France.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space * NEWSPACE

    Short course (Strasbourg) by International Space University (ISU) · €2000 (~£1703) · Current

    During the NewSpace elective teams of participants will submit at the end of the elective a short business plan for a project at their choice. The first week will be dedicated by experts informing the participants on business plan principles, business canvas and essential financial calculations to be included in a business plan. Experts from different equity investor categories will discuss with the participants on the approaches of business angels and venture capitalists and give useful info on how investors evaluate business plans and do due diligence. In parallel, the participants will work further on a concept of their choice. The second week will be mainly dedicated to coaching on how to present a business plan slide deck with the help of experts from a local incubator. In this period, also analysts of equity investors will be invited to explain how they evaluate business plans. To the extent possible, representatives of a successful start-up will share their experiences. On the last day, the teams will present their proposal in front of a professional jury which will evaluate the different proposals and give feedback on the strengths and weaknesses.

    Visit website & learn more

    STAR for Analogs [Foundations]

    Course (Online) by Interstellar Performance Labs · $2000 (~£1571) · Current

    A comprehensive 9-week course filled with lessons, activities, exercises, and live group sessions to provide you with the foundational human performance knowledge and skills necessary to prepare you for an analog mission.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Weather Training Course

    Short course (Belgium) by European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Past

    ESA intends to provide students with an overview and introduction to the space weather domain from a range of perspectives. This will include scientific and technological fundamentals, space weather monitoring, forecasting, modelling, and understanding of its technological impacts along with an outlook toward the domain’s evolution in the future.

    Visit website & learn more

    ECSS Standards

    Short course (Online) by Space Economy Academy · €360 (~£307) · Current

    Learn and apply international standards to work with or for the European space ecosystem.

    Visit website & learn more

    GNSS Systems

    Short course (Online) by Space Economy Academy · €360 (~£307) · Current

    Course developed in collaboration with RHEA to provide you with fundamentals of GNSS principles and technologies, including an overview of the major augmentation systems.

    Visit website & learn more

    Space Operations

    Short course (Online) by Space Economy Academy · €360 (~£307) · Current

    Learn and experience the real challenges linked to a space mission.

    Visit website & learn more

    Displaying opportunities 51 - 100 of 594 in total