Provides students with the knowledge and experience needed to recognise the benefit of applying sound systems engineering practices in their organisation.
Fundamentals and Processes of Systems Engineering
This two-day course has been designed to provide a high-level foundation to the principles and practices of systems engineering. This course content is aligned with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Systems Engineering Handbook and provides an introduction and overview of the processes required for successful systems engineering delivery on projects. Presented by a fully accredited, Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) instructor, the course examines the role and benefits of applying systems engineering principles within your organisation. We teach students how to define systems engineering, understand the approach and scope and identify key systems engineering models.
What you will learn
A definition of systems engineering in accordance with the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook
An understanding of the systems engineering approach and scope
Key systems engineering models and details of each
How systems engineering methodology improves engineering programmes and how to apply these methods
The role of organisational stakeholders throughout the systems engineering life cycle, and the vital role each plays
Personnel whose role heavily integrates with a software or systems development process
Suitable for engineers and non-engineers at all levels
This course is delivered as a classroom course with in-depth exercises and scenario explanations.
Our scheduled UK courses are held at The Meeting Venue Conference Centre, Grantham. We take a tailored approach to our training and can also hold this course on request at a time and venue of your convenience. Course material can also be tailored to suit your exact requirements.
Please contact us for your individual quotation.
We are an INCOSE Endorsed Training Provider. The scheme aims to differentiate systems engineering training providers by verifying that training meets a set of INCOSE standards.