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Nova Space to offer Space Professional Development Program for AWS Employees
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Nova Space to offer Space Professional Development Program for AWS Employees
by Staff Writers
Minneapolis MN (SPX) Apr 18, 2023

Pure Capital Solutions' Nova Space subsidiary is providing Amazon Web Services (AWS) employees with space education, an exclusive digital learning platform, and digital credentials.

Nova Space will provide access to its Space Professional Development Program, an award winning virtual space education workforce development program, integrated with proprietary training technology in a seamless and customized experience for AWS.

"The talent landscape that sustains the space economy is extraordinarily competitive placing emphasis on the need for quality training solutions, which employees are seeking from their current and prospective employers. It's a great honor to deliver space education to an organization that values training and development like AWS does," said Christopher Allen, Nova Space COO.

Nova Space digital courses are designed to help current and prospective space professionals become more productive while helping provide their employers a competitive advantage in the space ecosystem. Nova Space currently supports employers in both the commercial and government space industry, within all sectors, to include launch, satellites, manufacturing, industrials, and government agencies. Individuals, government agencies, and organizations like AWS are empowering their teams through the challenge-based interactive content developed by Nova Space, covering the foundational pillars of the space industry, which include:

+ Orbital Mechanics
+ Space Mission Design
+ Launch and Propulsion
+ The Space Environment and Electromagnetic Radiation Theory
+ Satellite Communications

Nova Space curated the content for this program to directly benefit AWS employees and AWS Partners seeking to expand their domain expertise and drive even deeper understanding of its customers' space operational environments. AWS has more than a decade of direct experience supporting the space industry. Today, AWS's aerospace and satellite business comprises a global group of space experts who support aerospace customers with missions spanning satellite design, rocket launch, mission operations control, satellite communications and geospatial analysis, and space exploration capabilities. Nova Space's learning platform is powered by Docebo, an e-learning software platform available in AWS Marketplace.

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