Leonardo will offer a new range of cyber security courses in Australia in collaboration with DEWC.
The courses are being delivered through DEWC’s School of Information Operations (SOIO) at the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C) in Adelaide. The range of courses will include those tailored for military audiences as well as for the general public.
Leonardo’s newer courses in cyber security are based on the company’s experience working with intelligence agencies in the UK, Italy and other countries to protect those nations’ most closely-guarded secrets and acting as the cyber mission partner to NATO over a number of years.
Leonardo’s partnership with DEWC is aimed at sharing this experience with learners located in Australia and other nearby countries.
Having already begun to offer electronic warfare courses through the School of Information Operations, which opened in February 2020, this new agreement extends the range of courses to include those focused specifically on cyber security.
The first of the new courses being delivered is a three-day entry-level cyber security workshop which includes an instructor-led online component as well as classroom and demonstration elements at the AC3’s cyber range in Adelaide. Leonardo designed the new set of cyber security courses in partnership with technology skills learning specialists QA in order to deliver complex topics in an accessible format.
The entry-level course will be run four times per year. Places can be booked here.