We understand that every client is different and every ISR mission has its different priorities; which is why we created a highly flexible, modular approach to our ISR training programme to ensure you get the right knowledge and skills. Our breadth of experience enables us to provide a range of modules to meet your specific need.
TDL knowledge is the founding cornerstone of 3SDL’s experience and expertise. Our comprehensive TDL training portfolio covers a range of courses from very basic foundation-level through to advanced Master Classes. We cater for a myriad of TDL training needs, ranging from operator level courses, procurement and interoperability training, to deep technical expertise.
Link 16 modernisation will drive a wholesale change for all Link 16 users, with a need to address frequency allocations, data volumes and, most importantly, crypto modernisation. The L16 modernisation training programme considers the enduring capability needs, and corresponding challenges across all DLODs.
Our in-depth cyber expertise enables us get to the very heart of the specific issues that need explaining. These can range from building your understanding of the current threat landscape in cyberspace, including scope, trends, culture and behaviours through to evaluating the cyber threats and opportunities likely to face operators, engineers, procurement staff and those in industry.
Our OSINT staff are highly experienced practitioners and instructors who have the benefit of many years of Operational Intelligence experience. Our OSINT training programme will greatly enhance both your internet research capabilities and your understanding of the potential OSINT has to complement other forms of intelligence.
Industry and the military have a growing dependency on Space; our training programme supports all staff from all backgrounds in developing their understanding of: the Space environment; what our dependencies are and how they impact daily life; the civil/commercial/Defence cooperation challenge; and the military evolution towards a more contested domain.