KU Aerospace Short Courses
Global Leaders in Aerospace Training
Founded in 1977, the KU Aerospace Short Course Program has become the professional training choice of the global aerospace community. Developed to address the specific training needs of the North American aerospace industry, our program has evolved into one of the most respected non-credit professional development programs in the world. Our outstanding instructors—drawn from industry, academia and government experts—translate theory into practical application, so you can return to work and solve real-world problems immediately.
Uniquely Serving Industry Needs
Our courses are designed to provide state-of-the-art learning opportunities and technical skill enhancement. We have risen to the top of the industry because:
- We respond to the educational needs of aerospace professionals, offering practical, one-of-a-kind courses.
- We continuously upgrade our course portfolio by diligently following industry trends and needs.
- We respect the culture, confidentiality and learning styles of individual customers and global client companies when traveling to their locations.
- We provide a complete customer service package as an integral component of all training options.
Multiple Ways to Learn
Each year, Jayhawk Global offers groups of aerospace short courses in-person at select locations in the U.S. Registration for these courses is open to the public. Courses range from 1-5 days in length, and are offered in a traditional classroom setting. Participants learn face-to-face from industry experts, enhanced by group discussions and networking opportunities. Learn more about our in-person public courses.
Jayhawk Global offers a handful of online options of our in-person aerospace short courses every year, which are also open for public registration. Courses are held live, online 2-3 times a week over several weeks. This format provides attendees the opportunity to learn from our industry-expert instructors as well as network with, and learn from, industry peers from around the world. Further your training without worrying about time away from work or family and the costs of traveling. Learn more about our public online courses.
Companies can realize substantial savings by bringing a KU aerospace short course directly to the workplace. In-house delivery is ideal for organizations that need to train 10 or more employees in a specific topic. More than 50 non-credit aerospace short courses are available for delivery in the United States and around the world. Learn more about on-site courses.
— Satish Negandhi, Lead Integrator SDA ARP 4754, Bombardier Aerospace
KU Department of Aerospace Engineering
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