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    Explore our fantastic range of world-class EW courses.


Mercury can also offer you the benefit of short course accreditation, awarding professional educational recognition for completing University of Lincoln validated training courses.

As an example, Delegates successfully completing the EW Foundation Course could be awarded between 15 Credit Accumulation Transfer Scheme (CATS) points. These CATS points can be built up to gain other recognised awards, or be used as credit towards further study in other Higher Education institutions.

Listed below are links to our courses and course schedule and information regarding these.

i2AnalysisNotebookThis course is the essential introductory course to IBMi2 Notebook. Students will learn how to employ visual analysis tool and techniques in Law Enforcement, Defence, National Security and Private Sector investigation.

IntermediateRadarSigAnalysisThis course builds on the analysis techniques covered in the introductory radar signal analysis course and describes further techniques that enable students to deal with more complex analysis challenges.

IntroRadarSigAnalysisThe introductory radar signals analysis course provides students with a practical introduction to radar parameters, the relationship between them and the different technique required to analyse a radar signal.

Intro Radar SIG Collection2The radar signal collection course is a mixture of classroom theory and practical signal collection exercises. Student learn the theory and principles behind radar signal collection as well as the challenges facing collectors in the modern radar environment.

EWAnalysisNewThis course addresses key elements of EW Analysis and will provide delegates with a sound operational understanding and appreciation of EW Analysis, Data Fusion and the need for sound EW Threat Library Management.

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