SEA offers our clients a diverse range of programs and training services.
SEA offers Space professionals the exciting opportunity to engage in a simulated real working environment. Gaining valuable experience through working in program teams where each individual is allocated a specific functional area, and where the real world stresses of a project are incorporated through the expressed outcome (of either a functional satellite/related infrastructure such as a ground station) to be achieved by the end of the training program.
Additionally, participants are extensively guided throughout the training program, guaranteeing the professional growth of the individual and collective team, while also ensuring that the outcomes of a program are met. Participants are thus provided with an organisational liaison, an innovation program manager, technical support and a mentor/supervisor for the duration of the training program.
Finally, training packages include extensive impact and evaluation streams. Team assessments include a pre-screening that spans everything from an English evaluation, to individual and team profile assessments which help to identify the strengths and weaknesses within a team as well as possible areas of conflict. While every third month (after the initial three month academic period), will see a face to face feedback session to gauge performance and ensure that expressed outcomes are being met.
The current curriculum outline is an example of a possible overarching program for the creation of a small satellite. It does not take into account other outcomes namely related space infrastructure or all the soft skills such as astronomy, space law, magnetosphere, or space science which are also available.