Warship 101 e-learning concept

Warships 101 e-Learning

The course is self-paced and takes around 6-hours to complete. During this time, we will bring you up to speed on Warships in ways that you hadn’t expected.

Course Details

What are the different classes of Warships?

What are the phases of Warship design?

Do you know what a Warship does?

Did you ace the test? Or have to Google the answers? Not to worry, our course offers an introductory look into Warships, their design, capability and requirements.

This course will bring you up to speed on Warships in ways that you hadn't expected, and you can complete the course in around 6-hours.

We give you the topics you need to help you to understand warships.

The content is divided into 20+ modules that cover:

  • what a Warship is
  • how its requirements are specified
  • how it is designed and built

We will also explore the many ways in which a government can procure a Warship, which is a perfect introduction into Warships' technical and system management aspects, including how capabilities are defined and met.

Experts design them for everyone.

It doesn't matter if you are from a technical to a non-technical background - we have got you. We will do this by providing a broad overview of the design processes and management of Warship projects and the critical engineering activities and disciplines relating to ship design.

Stay focused with interactive quizzes.

The course has video and audio elements throughout, catering for all the ways you learn. Plus, interactivity and quizzes to test your knowledge along the way!

Start learning today!

Exciting, right! Well, don't miss out and start the course today. You can learn about topics from cost engineering to naval aviation and everything in between.

Still not convinced? You can sample one of the modules for free follow the link below! 

Twenty units over 6 hours at any time on any device

  • Naval ships
  • Capability, project types and lifecycles 
  • Joint battlespace
  • Requirements management standards, certification and regulation 
  • Design process and review
  • Design control survivability
  • General arrangement structures
  • Hydrostatics and hydrodynamics 
  • Seaworthiness and safety 
  • Aviation systems
  • Power, propulsion, electrical and control systems
  • Hull and machinery systems
  • Cost engineering 
  • Production 
  • Production operations 
  • Test and evaluation 
  • Through-life support

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