The University of Southampton
Engineering and the Environment

Find a course: Professional Development

We offer a range of intensive short courses, which provide the knowledge and skills required in today's dynamic and changing engineering environment. You will be taught by some of the country's top academics, and will have access to the latest research findings.

Advanced Course in Aeroacoustics  

An introduction to aeroacoustics, with an emphasis on the physics and modelling that underpin predictive acoustic analysis. The material presented forms a sound, practical basis for acousticians and engineers working at an advanced level. More information can be found in the downloads.

Advanced Course in Noise Control

This advanced course outlines the underlying principles of noise control, examines the character of noise in some key applications, and discusses how noise may be reduced by design or through palliative treatment. More information can be found in the downloads.

Human Responses to Vibration

Three courses are offered in this area. They provide insight into human responses to vibration in specified areas and explore the applications of research:

More information can be found in the downloads.

Sound Power Measurement: Problems and Practice

A practical workshop considering the techniques for measuring the sound power of industrial sources. You will explore the practical issues involved in the measurement of sound power radiated by industrial noise sources.

Space Systems Engineering

A one-week course in space systems engineering. We have provided training for professional engineers in the spacecraft manufacturing and associated industries since 1974.

Maritime Technology Education Consortium (MTEC)

We contribute to the Maritime Technology Education Consortium. Each individual module is offered as a stand-alone continuing professional development (CPD) module. Please click on the links below for more information about the modules we offer.

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