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Corporate and Community Educaon Department 863-784-7466 [email protected]florida.edu 02.25.21 tg For more informaon, visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining. Enrollment numbers must be achieved in order for course to be offered. All classes are subject to change. No refunds aſter class begins. 1 The eDEFENSE Program provides students with the necessary skills to become technicians in the field of electronic warfare (EW). Call 863-784-7466 or visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining for the most current schedule. Like us on Facebook at SouthfloridaCCE. eDEFENSE Electronic Warfare Complete all five eDEFENSE Electronic Warfare courses for a Cerficate in EW Electronic Warfare I - $1,299 To nurture and expand the interest of students in the EW career field and teach the technical applicaon and operaon employment of EW principles and systems. It is highly recommended that you have successfully completed College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Technical Wring prior to enrolling to ensure your success in EW. You are required to purchase the textbook: EW 101: A First Course by Dave Adamy. To register, call 863-784-7405. Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days Zoom and Online 22813 April 6—April 29, 2021 24 6-9 p.m. T & R A career as an EW Technician in the defense industry is a natural fit for military and personnel who are transioning to civilian life and who want to combine their operaonal experience with academic rigor. The esmated one-year salary impact to the state of Florida for the currently unfilled EW technician posions is approximately $3 million. Entry level salaries in EW support posions within the state of Florida range from $45,000-$75,000. Within 10 years, these posions will generate more than $27 million in wages for Floridians. Companies that are currently hiring include InDyne, Lockheed Marn, Northrop Grumman, and Reliance Test and Technology, to name a few. is the act of using the electromagnec spectrum (EMS) or directed energy to create an asymmetrical advantage by denying an enemy access to or liming an enemys ability to maneuver in the EMS.

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For more information, visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining.
Enrollment numbers must be achieved in order for course to be offered. All classes are subject to change. No refunds after class begins. 1
The eDEFENSE Program provides students with the necessary skills to become technicians in the field of electronic warfare (EW). Call 863-784-7466 or visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining for the most current schedule. Like us on Facebook at SouthfloridaCCE.
eDEFENSE Electronic Warfare
Complete all five eDEFENSE Electronic Warfare courses for a Certificate in EW
Electronic Warfare I - $1,299
To nurture and expand the interest of students in the EW career field and teach the technical application and operation employment of EW principles and systems. It is highly recommended that you have successfully completed College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Technical Writing prior to enrolling to ensure your success in EW. You are required to purchase the textbook: EW 101: A First Course by Dave Adamy. To register, call 863-784-7405.
Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days
Zoom and Online 22813 April 6—April 29, 2021 24 6-9 p.m. T & R
A career as an EW Technician in the defense industry is a natural fit for military and personnel who are transitioning to civilian life and who want to combine their operational experience with academic rigor.
The estimated one-year salary impact to the state of Florida for the currently unfilled EW technician positions is approximately $3 million. Entry level salaries in EW support positions within the state of Florida range from $45,000-$75,000. Within 10 years, these positions will generate more than $27 million in wages for Floridians. Companies that are currently hiring include InDyne, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Reliance Test and Technology, to name a few.
is the act of using the
electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) or directed energy to create an asymmetrical advantage by denying an enemy access to or limiting an enemy’s ability to maneuver in the EMS.
For more information, visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining.
Enrollment numbers must be achieved in order for course to be offered. All classes are subject to change. No refunds after class begins. 2
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Electronic Warfare II builds on the foundation provided in Principles of EW I to complete a technical and operational overview of the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS,) while offering a broader look across the EMS and beyond the core (radio frequency [RF]) functionality of EW. Instructional specifics include: 1) an expanded look at primary EW technical and functional applications; 2) an introduction to electro-optical infrared (EO-IR) applications; 3) an introduction to EW program acquisition, testing, and training; 4) an examination of integrated EW capabilities and systems; and 5) an overview of developing capabilities and emerging technologies. EW I is required prior to registering. You are required to purchase the textbook: EW 101: A First Course by Dave Adamy. To register, call 863-784-7405.
Electronic Warfare II - $1,499
This course is comprised of an introduction to the basic concepts of radar technologies for students progressing through the EW Technician program. This course is designed to address basic principles of radar and RF applications to defense electronic systems, methods of transmission of rudimentary waveforms phenomenology, and basic radar components and their functions. Students will learn to calculate detection performance using the radar range equation and concepts of radar cross section. Finally, students will become familiar with radar system applications, allowing them to function as a technician in an EW test environment. EW I and EW II are required prior to registering. You are required to purchase the textbook: Skolnik, M. A., (2002), Introduction to Radar Systems. New York, NY., McGraw-Hill. To register, call 863-784-7405.
Introduction to Radar and RF Fundamentals - $1,499
This course will provide students with an understanding of the technical applications of potential EW threat systems and how they operate both independently basic and in an integrated manner. Instructional specifics include: 1) Introduction and characterization of air-land-naval threat systems; 2) Introduction and characterization of threat system navigation/engagement applications; and 3) Discussion of the Integrated Air Defense Concept. EW I and EW II are required prior to registering. You are required to purchase the textbook: EW 104: EW Against a New Generation of Threats by Dave Adamy. To register, call 863-784-7405.
Introduction to Electronic Warfare Threat Systems - $1,499
This course is a continuation of the EW Technician program and is an introduction to the basic concepts of systems engineer- ing, program management, and developmental test and experiment environments. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the management processes for EW system development and testing. It will address basic and intermediate principles of test requirements, planning, and execution in the development of radar and RF applications of defense electronic systems. Students will gain hands-on experience with EW sys- tems and learn to set up for tests and experiments, measure necessary parameters, and capture vital system data in a realistic environment. EW I, EW II, Introduction to Radar and RF Fundamentals, and Introduction to EW Threat Systems are required prior to registering. You are required to purchase the textbook: McShea, R.E., (2010), Test and Evaluation of Aircraft Avion- ics and Weapons Systems. Tamil Nadu, India, YesDee Publishing Pvt Ltd. To register, call 863-784-7405.
Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering and Test - $1,499
Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days
Zoom and Online 31426 May 11—June 22, 2021 39 6-9 p.m. T & R
Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days
Zoom and Online 31427 July 6—Aug. 17, 2021 39 6-9 p.m. T & R
Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days
Zoom and Online T.B.A. T.B.A. 39 6-9 p.m. T & R
Format CRN Dates Hours Time Days
Zoom and Online T.B.A. T.B.A. 39 6-9 p.m. T & R
Corporate and Community Education Department 863-784-7466 [email protected] 02.25.21 tg
For more information, visit southflorida.edu/corporatetraining.
Enrollment numbers must be achieved in order for course to be offered. All classes are subject to change. No refunds after class begins. 3
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