WHR offers teaching in all areas listed in the section on topics covered on the About Us page. Our teaching benefits from our own R&D experience and reflects the mixed background of our own research with the practicalities of our own engineering solutions.


Courses can be delivered from technician-level up to master’s degree level and beyond. We can deliver courses to meet your graduate engineer training program or as modules forming part of a university degree program. Course may be assessed or otherwise, as you require.


Course duration can range from a day to two weeks.

Video / Presentations

WHR has a series of instructional 1 hour video presentations covering many aspects of radar, radar electronic warfare, signal processing, data fusion and microwave components and measurements. Click HERE to find out more.

Bespoke Courses

WHR normally delivers courses bespoke to the requirements of its customers at their premises. Not only does this become cost effective for approximately ten delegates or more but the courses can be designed to meet a customer’s specific requirements. We are happy to help and advise in the planning of courses and their content. We do run some open access courses, please enquire for details.


WHR staff have over 40 years’ experience in delivering courses at technician, undergraduate or post-graduate level. We are used to delivering courses to service personnel, staff of government research institutes, university staff and students and engineers from industry.


WHR staff regularly travel the world to teach. Courses are delivered in English but we are mindful that English may not be the first language for many attendees. We have run courses in UK, Ireland, Norway, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and many others.


An example presentation which is used in support of our teaching is available here. This presentation covers the fundamental concepts of radar and would be suitable for those encountering radar for the first time. The presentation is designed to be presented over 90 minutes.

Click here to view an example of our teaching presentation.