KCL offers a comprehensive suite of professional training and academic education options for both individuals and corporate. Project Alpha practitioner training includes e-learning and in-person training on non-proliferation, export control and sanctions issues. Academic education options offered by Project Alpha are short 1-week courses.
Tailored for practitioners who need to deepen their knowledge in non-proliferation, export control and sanctions issues. It is aimed at government officials from relevant offices and private sector practitioners in exposed sectors such as maritime, insurance, or financial institutions.
- Project Alpha has partnered with e-learning provider, Content Enablers, to offer a suite of e-learning training courses on export controls and non-proliferation. These courses are typically a few hours in duration and offer Continual Professional Development (CPD) points.
- Project Alpha also offers bespoke in-person training for companies. These courses are typically one day in duration.
As part of the Centre for Science and Security Studies, Project Alpha contributes to Kings College intellectual and academic research on the international security issue of proliferation.
- Project Alpha offers, subject to availability, a 1-week short course on non-proliferation export controls and safeguards. This course is an executive summer school course. In the future it is intended that this course will be an open enrolment master’s module carrying 20 credits.
- KCL currently offers three relevant master’s degrees.
- MA in Science and Security
- MA in non-proliferation and international security
- MA in arms control and international security
For more information on these master’s degrees, please visit the CSSS webpage.