It's a very exciting time for us at The Hydrographic Academy; this week we have dispatched the teaching and learning materials for the latest presentation of all of our modules.  As well as new cohorts joining us on our current modules (EHYD101, 102, 103 and 501) we also have two cohorts starting our brand new modules, EHYD201 and 502.
 
Our 'Meteorology and Oceanography' module (EHYD201) is the second of our bridging modules to be released and features an excellent series of lectures from the newest member of our team, Paul Newman, and Dr Carlos Ribeiro-Martins.
 
Module EHYD502, titled 'Sensors and Underwater Acoustics', is our second postgraduate module and focuses on such topics as basic sonar parameters, side scan sonar, optics and LIDAR.
 
If you are enrolled on any of these modules you should have received an email from us with more information regarding your materials.  If you believe you should have received this email and, as yet, have not please do not hesitate to contact us using the details found here.
 
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best for your studies.
 
Remember, if you would like to apply to study with The Hydrographic Academy you can do so by completing the form found here.

A long and industrious day yesterday saw the production of some excellent tutorials by one of The Hydrographic Academy's Associate Lecturers, Dr Peter Street.

Peter's tutorials, looking at the use of sonar equations, will supplement his series of lectures that make up one of the chapters of our EHYD502 Postgraduate module, Sensors and Underwater Acoustics. Obviously we may be a little biased but the tutorials are fantastic!  They really will add a great deal to the teaching and learning experience of our Postgraduate students.

Don't forget, if you'd like to study with The Hydrographic Academy you can apply to do so by completing the form found here.