This 5-day course equips students with the knowledge and structure of the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook, and its constituent processes to prepare for the SEP examination.
INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) Examination Preparation Course
The five-day course combines real world scenarios with theory, presented in the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Systems Engineering Handbook, to provide students with a unique learning experience which will enable them to comfortably sit the INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) examination. Presented by a fully accredited, qualified SEP instructor, the course examines the role and benefits of applying systems engineering principles within your organisation. We teach students how to apply this theory and how to use the correct terminology to convey this process and complete a series of exercises which will prepare them for the exam.
The course content is suitable for those working towards INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional Certification. The Associate SEP (ASEP) certification is an entry level certification and does not require leadership experience or any other entry level education. The Certified SEP (CSEP) certification is a foundation level certification and relies on previous experience, education and references to sit. For more information on INCOSE Certification levels, click here.
Personnel whose role heavily integrates with a software or systems development process
Personnel who are due to sit the SEP examination
This course is delivered as a classroom course only due to the in-depth exercises and scenario explanations.
Our scheduled UK courses are held in Lincoln, centrally located on the University campus at ‘The Think Tank’. We take a tailored approach to our training and can also hold this course on request at a time and venue of your convenience.
The material is matched to the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook.
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.