• Courses


    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.

LandEWCourseThis course addresses the key management functions regarding the planning, preparation, deployment and sustainment of Land EW capability in a deployed operational context.

ELINTTechnicalAnalysisNewThis course addresses key elements of ELINT Technical Analysis and will provide delegates with a sound operational understanding and appreciation of ELINT and its role within modern warfare.

R CIEDNewThis workshop addresses key areas regarding the planning, preparation, deployment and sustainment of Electronic Counter Measures used specifically to inhibit Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIEDs) in a deployed operational context.

BattlespaceSpectrumManagementNewThis three-day course addresses the key elements of spectrum management in a deployed operational context. This includes the organisation, policy, processes and procedures required to effectively manage the electromagnetic spectrum. 

RadarFundementalsThis five-day course addresses the key fundamentals of Radar. The course is designed to introduce delegates to the background, history and key operating principles used in modern Radar technology.

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