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

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    Space Medicine Course

    Workshop (Exeter) by University of Exeter and World Extreme Medicine · £200 · Current

    Space medicine is an incredibly exciting frontier that pushes the boundaries of extreme physiology and medicine further than we ever thought possible! In partnership with the University of Exeter and NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindgren we will bring space medicine to life on Earth. As a participant, you’ll gain career-elevating knowledge in extreme medicine specialties like aerospace medicine, physiology, human performance science, and more. Secure your spot for this out of th

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    ESA ESoA Course on Antennas for Satellite Applications

    Short course (Netherlands) by European Space Agency (ESA) · €550-1,100 (~£468) · Current

    The aim of the course is to provide an overview on Antennas for Satellite Applications covering main antenna architectures, design approaches, constraints and technical solutions. New trends, challenging and emerging satellite missions are also presented. Both theoretical and technological issues are covered. This year we celebrate the 10th edition of this course that has been attended so far by more than 300 participants. All the speakers are working at the European Space Agency; their experience covers several topics including antennas, electromagnetism, numerical modelling, manufacturing and testing, thermal & mechanical aspects.

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    Astronomy: images of the Universe

    MOOC (Online) by Open University · Free · Current

    Modern astronomy utilises a range of techniques across the electromagnetic spectrum that allow astronomers to measure the brightness, size and shape of astronomical objects, as well as their structure in many cases. This free course enables you to explore multiwavelength images of the Universe and make your own measurements of stars, nebulae and galaxies using online tools and databases. You will explore the different types of nebulae in the Messier catalogue, considering their sizes and distances using an interactive Scales tool, and use a web tool called Chromoscope to survey the Milky Way in different wavebands. This free course is an adapted extract from the Open University course S284 Astronomy.

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    Geoscience: the Earth and its Resources

    MOOC (Online) by TU Delft · Free · Current

    Are you fascinated by Geosciences and willing to take the challenge of predicting the nature and behavior of the Earth subsurface? This is your course! In a voyage through the Earth, Geoscience: the Earth and its Resources will explore the Earth interior and the processes forming mountains and sedimentary basins. You will understand how the sediments are formed, transported, deposited and deformed. You will develop knowledge on the behavior of petroleum and water resources. The course has an innovative approach focusing on key fundamental processes, exploring their nature and quantitative interactions. It will be shown how this acquired knowledge is used to predict the nature and behavior of the Earth subsurface. This is your ideal first step as a future Geoscientists or professional to upgrade your knowledge in the domain of Earth Sciences.

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    Digitalisation in Space Research

    MOOC (Online) by Technische Universität München (TUM) · Free · Current

    This course provides an overview of the most important digital applications in the field of aerospace research. The course instructors discuss how digitalisation is impacting and changing both satellite-based and manned spaceflight research. One unit is specifically devoted to exploring the use of artificial intelligence in the evaluation of satellite data.

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    Space Resources Professional Course

    Workshop (Luxembourg) by Luxembourg Space Agency, European Space Agency (ESA), Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, and European Space Resources Innovation Centre · €650 (~£554) · Current

    This course provides a broad overview of the space resources field, including the current knowledge of available resources in the Solar System; the resource identification, collection, extraction, and processing systems under development; economic and technical feasibility studies; legal, policy, and socio-economic issues; and space exploration architectures and commercial ventures that may be enabled by utilizing extraterrestrial resources. The course culminates with teams of participants developing a space resource utilization plan to identify, extract, and use resources from space.

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    SPACE 410 – Rendezvous & Proximity Operations

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    The continued development and employment of dual-use technologies and techniques in space provide opportunities and threats to the continued, and unfettered, use of the space domain for commercial, military, and science users. Our Advanced Rendezvous and Proximity Operations (RPO) Course provides students a higher level of understanding and knowledge of the principles, techniques, constraints, and impacts of RPO from launch to on-orbit maneuvers. We examine the opportunities RPO offers for on-orbit inspection, repair, refuel, debris removal, and other support missions to maximize an increasingly congested domain. Students also think through RPO’s impacts to national and international security implications as part of a contested operating environment.

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    SPACE 201 – Space Race 2.0

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    This 8-hour asynchronous expands upon the lessons learned in SP 100 or SP 105 and exposes the student to space- based capabilities available to policymakers and militarys around the globe. Students will be introduced to current and emerging kinetic and non-kinetic space threats, the rapid growth in commercialization of the space industry, and the driving forces behind this phenomenon. Finally, the student will be asked to describe the impact of international policy and the commercialization of space on future military acquisitions and capabilities. Potential students should be chosen for continued evaluation as candidates for progression in space-based operations or other related career fields.

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    Satellites Projects & Programs Management

    Short course (Online and Varies) by Euroconsult · POA · Current

    Euroconsult’s training service is aimed at providing interdisciplinary knowledge transfer to government, private sector and not-for-profit organizations wishing to enhance their expertise in the space sector. ​This course covers space program management: from business planning to risk management assessment

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    SPACE 301 – Electromagnetic Warfare

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    “Electronic Warfare” is an asynchronous, self-paced 6-hour course designed to raise students’ awareness of space by examining the evolution of electronic warfare and the use of space, space as warfighting domain, and current trends in the emerging space industry. Graduates of this course will be able to describe the characteristics of space and identify the various electronic warfare tactics and countermeasures employed to deny, degrade, deceive, disrupt, destroy, and protect space systems. Expanding on this knowledge, the students will be given an opportunity to learn about jamming techniques, electronic support techniques, and electronic protection tactics aiding in electronic attack. Additionally, students will gain an understanding of the importance of electronic warfare and its impact on space operations.

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    SPACE 900 – The Space Domain – National Security Executive Seminar

    Short course (United States) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Space 900 provides a foundation in space grand strategy to introduce students to space policy and published guidance that shapes strategic initiatives as nation states, allies and partners in space. Space 900 provides an overview of the space environment across all orbital regimes and introduces space capabilities to familiarize students with current examples across military, commercial, allied and civil space. This course provides a stark reality-check on our space vulnerabilities through a review of current adversary counter space capabilities and threat systems that provide a variety of critical services to all nations. We use a series of practical real-world vignettes and examples, to engage the student with situations where space capabilities and space mission areas are applied in support of multi-domain operations. Our discussions and exercises illustrate space interoperability, synchronization, support, and effects across the spectrum of operations. Finally, Space 900 incorporates multiple senior leader perspectives, ranging from the Department of Defense, allied/partner leaders, as well as leaders from commercial space industry. Space 900 offers the unique opportunity to have face-to-face dialogues with space enterprise leaders to enrich your experience and learning with seasoned perspective to achieve a greater awareness of the space environment, threats, and capabilities.

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    SPACE 400 – Space Operations Planning

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    This intensive course teaches students to integrate space operations into intelligence and multi-domain operations. Graduates will understand the current international legal regime and multi-national space organizations and the constraints both place on space operations. The course describes the fundamentals of space warfare as described in the US Joint Publication 3-14 and students shall be able to determine space operational requirements to protect coalition space assets and their ability to project combat power. Graduates will develop and analyze courses of action and operational requirements for the best employment of available space assets for ongoing and future military operations and communicate their knowledge to military staff and combat commanders. (Prerequisite: Space 310)

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    Space for International Development Assistance

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

    The 'MOOC' examines the benefits of Earth Observation (EO) for International Development Assistance (IDA). It features contributions and perspectives from leading voices in development from the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Space Agency (ESA) and client countries. It shows examples of data, applications and new capabilities under the Space for IDA cooperation agreement and stemming from the previous EO4SD partnership between ESA, the World Bank and Asian Development Bank, as well as related initiatives.

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    Space Optics: Systems and Applications

    Workshop (Durham) by Durham University · Free · Current

    This inaugural event has been organised with the primary goal of fostering cooperation, collaboration, and coordination in the field of space optics, spanning academia, research, and industry. Additionally, it aims to underscore the broader significance of optical design and manufacturing capabilities within the UK.

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    Maximizing International Space Cooperation

    Course (Online) by African Space Leadership Institute · POA · Current

    African countries need to leverage on the tools of space diplomacy in order to advance their internal and international interests. This course is aimed aat equipping professionals, policy makers and diplomats, with the knowledge and skills needed for space cooperation and diplomacy. Beginning with international relations theory, the course explores modern tools of diplomacy.

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    SPACE 200 – Space Systems Design

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Continuous improvements in technology and globalization of services led to the development and proliferation of advanced space systems across commercial, civil, and military sectors. Space capabilities underpin infrastructure and services for commerce, agriculture, humanitarian- and disaster-relief efforts, financial transactions, social networks, and national defense. This course builds upon the principles of orbital mechanics and spacecraft design from Space 100. Graduates of this course will clearly articulate how satellites, payloads, and constellations are designed to provide specific capabilities. Students thoroughly explore scientific concepts behind various space- based asset design, including the use of the Electromagnetic Spectrum in remote sensing, frequency allocation and budgets for satellite communications, and the intricacies of precision navigation and timing. Students will design a payload, spacecraft and its associated systems and sub-systems, and constellation for a specific purpose as well as describe the launch and orbital transfer parameters required to ultimately achieve their design. (Prerequisite: Space 100)

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    Space Legal, Regulatory & Spectrum Managament

    Short course (Online and Varies) by Euroconsult · POA · Current

    Euroconsult’s training service is aimed at providing interdisciplinary knowledge transfer to government, private sector and not-for-profit organizations wishing to enhance their expertise in the space sector. ​This course covers the legal, regulatory and frequency challenges impacting business plans, investment and programs

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    SPACE 440 – Space ISR

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    This course is for space professionals to develop an advanced understanding of Space Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and its applications to civil, commercial and military problems sets. The space domain provides an unparalleled vantage point compared to the land, sea, and air domain. Collection platforms placed in space–the ultimate high ground–have the ability to provide continuous coverage even in the most heavily contested areas of the globe. Space ISR can provide civilian and military decision makers with remote sensing data, signals intelligence, indications and warning, battle damage assessments, force disposition, and characterization of the operating environment. The use of surveillance and reconnaissance satellites has evolved from more of a strategic nature to providing more time-sensitive operational and tactical levels of support. The advantage of conducting reconnaissance and surveillance from space has led to an exponential growth in the number of Space ISR satellites in orbit.

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    African Space Policy & Strategy

    Course (Online) by African Space Leadership Institute · ZAR 3,100 (~£132) · Current

    This course is a thorough examination of the African outer space programme within the context of the global space enterprise. The course contains lectures and discussions on the conceptualisation, drafting process and adoption of the African Space Policy and Strategy. These are examined within the context of the present and emerging international space governance system. Through the course, participants will gain knowledge and insights into space policy, law and governance.

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    Space Technical & Engineering Fundementals

    Short course (Online and Varies) by Euroconsult · POA · Current

    Euroconsult’s training service is aimed at providing interdisciplinary knowledge transfer to government, private sector and not-for-profit organizations wishing to enhance their expertise in the space sector. ​This course covers the end-to-end technical and engineering space industry fundamentals.

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    SPACE 460 – International Space Policy & Strategy

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Space remains a contested, competitive, congested, costly, and complex domain for international governments and commercial entities alike. We launch into the historical underpinnings of the use of space and step through the origins, evolution, current status, and future prospects of international space policies and strategies. We also examine principles of international space law, norms, and treaties that affect ongoing and future space commerce, exploration, and security.

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    SPACE 102 – Introduction to Space

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    This asynchronous, self-paced 8-hour course raises students’ awareness of space by examining the evolution of our understanding and use of space, space as warfighting domain, and trends in the emerging space industry. Graduates of this course will be able to describe the characteristics of space and identify the various orbital regimes employed by spacecraft in operation today. Students will be given an opportunity to learn about the various space-based missions such as satellite communications, ISR, position navigation and timing, missile warning, and environmental monitoring. Lastly, the students will gain a deeper appreciation for the capabilities these missions provide to fielded commanders and how their denial can severely impact the operational environment.

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    Space Industry & Market Dynamics

    Short course (Online and Varies) by Euroconsult · POA · Current

    Euroconsult’s training service is aimed at providing interdisciplinary knowledge transfer to government, private sector and not-for-profit organizations wishing to enhance their expertise in the space sector. ​This course covers the downstream and upstream space industry market perspectives and trends

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    Cubes & Clouds

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

    This course teaches the concepts of data cubes, cloud platforms, and open science in the context of earth observation.

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    SPACE 300 – Adversary Space Capabilities I

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Adversaries rely on a variety of integrated terrestrial, cyber, and space-based capabilities and equipment to deliver information, communications, and global awareness. The rapidly expanding commercial space industry provides low-cost space capabilities and options for nations and actors across the globe to enter a previously inaccessible domain. This course introduces the student to the who, what, and why regarding China, Russia, and commercial space programs. By examining the national objectives of both countries, their current and developing space- based capabilities, and commercial space endeavors, graduates of this course will have a firm understanding of the challenges and opportunities these doctrinally based capabilities pose to US and allied interests. This course examines Chinese, Russian, and commercial industry space capabilities: This course covers Chinese, Russian, and commercial industry space capabilities: National Objectives, Doctrine, and Organization; Space Lift; Space Domain Awareness; Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance; Position, Navigation and Timing; Satellite Communications; and Nuclear Detection, Environmental Monitoring, Missile Warning, and Missile Defense. (Prerequisite: Space 200)

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    SPACE 100 – Introduction to the Space Environment & Space Systems

    MOOC (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Space-based operations allow global adversaries to develop and field more lethal and agile military forces by simply leveraging available commercial space resources. This course considers basic orbital mechanics, space and associated terrestrial architecture, and develops a deeper understanding of the military and commercial space environment. Graduates will be able to describe space system requirements; best employment options for available space assets; and weave in ongoing and future commercial and/or military operations and their impact on national objectives.

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    Space Law & Governance

    Course (Online) by African Space Leadership Institute · ZAR 4,950 (~£211) · Current

    The Space Law and Governance Course is aimed at equipping African professionals with information, knowledge and skills, to make the best space decisions, policies, laws and regulations, within the framework of international space legal regime and geopolitics.

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    SPACE 430 – Space Control

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    “Space Control” is a 7-day course designed to develop students’ knowledge of offensive and defensive space control concepts. Graduates of this course will participate in on-line discussions regarding offensive space control operations and how they are used to prevent an adversary’s hostile use of space capabilities. Expanding on this knowledge, the students will be given an opportunity to describe how the adversary gains access to space capabilities to deny, degrade, deceive, disrupt, and destroy space capabilities. Additionally, students will also examine, identify, and describe defensive space control operations. These concepts include understanding defensive space operations conducted to preserve the ability to exploit space capabilities via active and passive actions, while protecting friendly space capabilities from attack, interference, or unintentional hazards. Finally, students will be able to recognize the planning considerations when employing offensive and defensive space control capabilities by reviewing employment implications.

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    SPACE 310 – Adversary Space Capabilities II

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    China and Russia threaten the ability of nations around the world to deter aggression, protect national interests, and fight and win future conflicts. Simultaneously, the rapidly expanding commercial space industry provides low-cost space capabilities & options for nations and actors across the globe to enter a previously inaccessible domain. China and Russia are developing a wide array of counter-space weapons to hinder international access to essential space services and purposefully interfere with the electromagnetic spectrum. Private industry is developing orbital maintenance and orbital debris removal capabilities which will represent future counterspace threats. This course flows through the Threat Continuum providing required insight to ensure freedom of action in space and, when necessary, defend against threats and deny adversary freedom of action in space. (Prerequisite: Space 300)

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    Global Space Policy

    Course (Online) by African Space Leadership Institute · ZAR 4,950 (~£211) · Past

    The Global Space Policy (GSP) Course is aimed at equipping practitioners and professionals with information, knowledge and skills, to make the best space decisions, policies, strategies and programmes, while taking cognizance of limited available resources and the geopolitical environment. It is intended for students, professionals and executives, who are interested in the science and art of decision- and policy-making.

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    SPACE 101 – Introduction to Space Operations Seminar

    MOOC (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Space is no longer the domain of the most technologically advanced countries; people worldwide rely on services provided by, or dependent upon, space assets. National security interests and objectives require commanders to integrate space capabilities, defense, and expertise across all military operations. This course is designed to expose military commanders, and the forces they direct, to the considerations of planning and conducting space operations. The course is implemented as an introduction to concepts and lexicon of space operations, which provides students with the requisite familiarization to support more advanced space training requirements. The basic concepts developed in this course are further explored in our advanced space training curriculum.

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    SPACE 303 – Anti-Satellite Weapons

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    Space 303 is an asynchronous, self-paced 8-hour course designed to raise student awareness of the different types of anti-satellite systems and their effects. Graduates of this course will be able to describe the characteristics of different types of anti-satellite systems and the effects they have on the space environment.Students will also be able to determine where on the Space Threat Continuum, each type of system is represented.

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    SPACE 480 – Intelligence Support to Space Operations

    Course (Online) by Global Space University · POA · Current

    As the space domain continues to become more congested and contested, understanding the operational environment and key military and civilian players involved in this domain will provide a decisive advantage. Intelligence professionals play an integral role in providing evaluated and analyzed information on competitor space capabilities. Similar to other domains, intelligence is required during the mission planning process, the execution of operations, and the post-operation phase to determine operational and geopolitical effects. Knowing a competitors’ capabilities and limitations, force disposition, order of battle and intent can often mean the difference between victory and defeat. Additionally, understanding how environmental factors may impact operations is crucial to effective planning and execution of operations. Intelligence personnel should be relied upon to provide space domain awareness, frequency spectrum usage, intent of international competitors, international force disposition, environmental monitoring, and support to targeting and indications and warning (I&W). In this course, a discussion of processes and products utilized by space intelligence analysts will be discussed and how they are injected into planning and operations. Following a discussion of processes and products, the use of intelligence to support space control operations, both offensive and defensive in nature will be focused on. Lastly, this course will end with a discussion of environmental monitoring followed by the intelligence community and the roles and responsibilities of agencies/organizations that support the space domain.

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    ESC24 Space Cybersecurity

    Short course (Glasgow) by International Space University (ISU) · €2200 (~£1874) · Current

    The first Executive Space Course to be offered in Scotland by the International Space University (ISU) will be hosted and developed in partnership with the Strathclyde Business School. This program will have cybersecurity as its central theme.

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    Postgraduate Diploma in Space Science and Technology

    Course (Online) by Open University · £5,265–£6,005 · Current

    This postgraduate qualification is designed for those with an academic or professional interest in space science and the technology that underpins this discipline. It equips students with the skills to carry out scientific investigations using space-based instrumentation, both individually and as a team. Students learn how to use a programming language in support of space science applications and develop other skills that are highly relevant to employment in the space sector.

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    Postgraduate Certificate in Space Science

    Course (Online) by Open University · £2,760 · Current

    Designed for those with an academic or professional interest in space science, this qualification provides students with a wide-ranging overview of scientific measurement in the space environment, and will equip students with the skills required to carry out scientific investigations using space-based instrumentation, both individually and as a team.

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    MSc in Space Science and Technology

    Course (Online) by Open University · £8,025–£8,765 · Current

    This qualification looks at space science and the technology that underpins it. Developed in consultation with the UK Space Agency and the space industry, it’s suitable for developing a career in the space sector. This MSc will equip you with the skills to carry out individual and team scientific investigations using space-based instrumentation. In addition, you’ll learn how to use a programming language for space science applications and develop skills relevant to further research or employment in the space sector. You’ll also conduct an in-depth research project in space science or technology.

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    Agile Product Delivery: An Introduction using SCRUM for Space

    Short course (Varies) by Fistral Training and Consultancy Ltd. · POA · Current

    This course delivers a baseline understanding of Agile, and in particular SCRUM, principles and commonality of terminology. It provides an overview of the SCRUM framework and Agile development core techniques and skills; Day 2 is highly interactive. An Agile approach centres on delivering outputs iteratively and rapidly. With increased customer interaction this approach provides greater flexibility and the ability to adapt and respond quickly to changes in the environment, or requirements in projects or product development, where the final output cannot be clearly defined at the beginning.

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    Project Management Principles for Space Level 2

    Short course (Varies) by Fistral Training and Consultancy Ltd. · POA · Current

    Working in a project environment requires a blend of both technical project management ability and interpersonal skills. So, in addition to taking the “hard” methods provided in 'PM Principles Level 1' to a greater depth and introducing more advanced techniques, this course will also focus on the “soft” communication and people management skills needed to optimise the performance of a project team.

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    Project Management Principles for Space Level 1

    Short course (Varies) by Fistral Training and Consultancy Ltd. · POA · Current

    As our flagship course, this is the most popular option for the space sector. This four day course will establish a foundation of ‘best practice’ in project management within the Space Industry. While general in concept, it is influenced by current methods within ESA coupled with industry best-practice.It provides the opportunity to practice project management skills through various challenging exercises and a comprehensive four day project case study which takes the attendees through the full lifecycle of a project.

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    Introduction to Project Risk Management for Space

    Short course (Varies) by Fistral Training and Consultancy Ltd. · POA · Current

    This course explores the principles and practice of implementing and tailoring the ECSS‐M‐ST‐80C Risk Management Standard to your project or organisation through considering approaches adopted by previous and current ESA missions, as well as industry best practice. The course goes step-by-step through the risk management process focusing on concepts, ideas, tools and techniques that assist effective implementation.

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    CubeSat Concurrent Engineering Workshop 

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

    Guided by ESA systems engineers, the students will learn about concurrent engineering and its benefits, gaining first-hand experience with the Concurrent Model-based Engineering Tool (COMET) and identifying design drivers. To make the most of this experience, the selected students will follow a two-hour COMET tutorial to allow them to become familiar with the tool the week before the workshop.

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    Concurrent Engineering Workshop

    Workshop (Belgium) by European Space Agency (ESA) · Free · Past

    Practical experience in using concurrent engineering to create a spacecraft design from a mission brief

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    Human Factors in Space

    Workshop (Varies) by Charlesworth Human Performance · £1000-10,000 · Current

    A bespoke course introducing the importance of human factors in safety critical industries, such as space. The foundation course covers topics such as Human Information Processing, Human Error and Human Factors methods and tools. This course is for anyone that works in the space sector, particularly safety focussed teams. Depending on your needs, number of participants and focus areas, this course lasts from 1 hour to 2 days.

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    Introduction to Space ISR for military

    Short course (Varies) by Mercury EW Ltd · POA · Current

    Introduction to the use of ISR in Space for military planners, practitioners and Defence Staff. Understanding orbital mechanics, satellite communications and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance for military operations in space.

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    UKRA Senior Level 2 Certification

    Workshop (Varies) by UKRA · POA · Current

    UKRA Level 2 Certification is required by any UKRA member wishing to fly a rocket powered by rocket motors of total impulse of J-class through to L-class total impulse under UKRA insurance. Level 2 certification requires a successful test flight performed before a UKRA certified safety officer.

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    UKRA Range Safety Officer

    Workshop (Varies) by UKRA · POA · Current

    UKRA Range Safety Officer Certification covers any UKRA member wishing to become a UKRA certified Range Safety Officer. A UKRA Range Safety Officer may act as Range Safety Officer at any launch or launch event for which the total impulse of any rocket flown, is not greater than the level of certification that the Range Safety Officer is certified to. i.e. a UKRA Range Safety Officer who is only certified to Level 1, may not act as a Range Safety Officer at a launch or launch event at which rockets which fall into the Level 2 category are flown. In order to obtain UKRA Range Safety Officer certification, the candidate is required to successfully pass a written, multiple choice UKRA level 2 examination. Once the exam has been passed, they must undergo an interview.

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    UKRA Senior Level 1 Certification

    Workshop (Varies) by UKRA · POA · Current

    UKRA Level 1 Certification is available to members over 18. This is required by any UKRA member wishing to fly a rocket powered by rocket motors of total impulse of H-class through to I-class, under BMFA (British Model Flying Association) insurance. Level 1 certification requires a successful test flight performed before a UKRA certified safety officer. The certification rocket must be owned and built by the person performing the flight (the rocket may be scratch built or a kit).

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    UKRA Senior Level 3 Certification

    Workshop (Varies) by UKRA · POA · Current

    UKRA Level 3 Certification is required by any UKRA member wishing to fly a rocket powered by rocket motors of total impulse of M-class through to O-class, under UKRA insurance. Level 3 certification requires the candidate to have passed their L2 Certification and a successful test flight performed before a UKRA certified safety officer. Refer to your members' handbook for detailed requirements. Level 3 certification also requires the candidate to submit a detailed, written report on the rocket they intend to launch for their level 3 certification. It is strongly recommended that this report is submitted to the UKRA Safety & Technical Comittee before construction of the proposed certification vehicle is begun if you do not do this you may not be allowed to launch.

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    Satellite Communication Systems Training Course

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

    Living in a world without global connectivity seems nowadays unlikely, just think about how big secure communication, satellite broadcasting, search and rescue and mobile networks are. Satellite Communication technologies empower us to navigate with precision, explore the cosmos, monitor Earth's changes, provide healthcare remotely, optimize transportation logistics, disseminate knowledge widely, and ultimately propel innovation and societal progress across multifaceted dimensions. It is of utmost importance to foster a more resilient and safer connectivity system for the Europe of tomorrow. Through lectures and short exercises, students will learn about topics such as End-to-End Satellite Communication Systems Principles, Antenna Systems, Telecommunications Market, Optical Systems and Technologies, and Satellite Communication Applications. They will also have the opportunity to have a guided tour of the ESEC in Redu and will thus be able to figure out what they have learned on-site.

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