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  2. CSEP Training Price: $2,199.00Course Number: 915Length: 3 DaysCollege Credits: 13 CSEP Training- Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) Certification- Training Course by Experts in Systems Engineering (Updated based on  INCOSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING HANDBOOK, version 4.x) CSEP Training, Become CSEP Certified by attending TONEX CSEP Certification Training and get 13 PE credits. The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) is a highly sought after certification by individuals and companies and for those engineers seeking recognition in the highly competitive field of Systems Engineering for their education, many years of experience, and  skills and knowledge.

  3. CSEP Training • INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) Certification: CSEP focused on: • SE EXPERIENCE and APPLIED SE KNOWLEDGE • Foundation Level CSEP • TONEX’s CSEP Certification Training, a 3 – day CSEP Exam Preparation Course goes over important concepts for the 2 hour CSEP exam based on INCOSE manuals. • TONEX’s CSEP Certification Training, an interactive course, will place you in the best position to pass your CSEP examination on the first attempt or you can attend the course again free of charge.

  4. CSEP Training • Why is Systems Engineering Important to the Industry? • Systems Engineering 101 – Role of Systems Engineering and Systems of Systems Engineering: Systems Integration issues in large complex systems: Problem Plane: Nightmare Batteries Plague Dreamliner • Students who lack the work experience required for the CSEP should pursue the ASEP. The CSEP and ASEP certifications share the same examination and application form, so our CSEP Preparation course is equally well suited for both CSEP and ASEP applicants. • Who Should Attend • Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) • Targeted towards Systems Engineers with five or more years work experience • CSEPs are certified against experience, education, and knowledge requirements • Applications must be substantiated by 3-5 references

  5. CSEP Training • Learn about: • Upon completion of the CSEP Training class, the participant will: • Have a good knowledge of the fundamentals of Systems Engineering, including the understanding of systems engineering management and systems engineering processes, from the INCOSE perspective • Be well prepared for the CSEP training exam • Be able to apply the INCOSE SE Handbook to a project • Understand INCOSE CSEP application process • Targets: INCOSE’s CSEP Training certification is targeted towards systems engineers with five or more years of systems engineering work experience. INCOSE also offers an Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP), targeted towards junior/emerging systems engineers and recent college graduates with limited systems engineering work experience.

  6. CSEP Training • Pre-requisites: • Students should have a background in Systems Engineering prior to attending this course. Tonex  CSEP Training  is targeted towards Systems Engineers with five or more years work. CSEPs are certified against experience, education, and knowledge requirements. SE Disciplines Qualifying for SE Experience include: • Requirements Engineering • Risk and Opportunity Management • Baseline Control • Technical Planning • Technical Effort Assessment • Design Development • Qualification, Verification, and Validation • Process Definition • Tool Support • Training • System Integration • Quality Assurance • Specialty Engineering

  7. CSEP Training • Objectives: • Upon completion of this intensive course the participants will: • Explain Systems and Systems Engineering Processes • Describe Requirements Analysis and Requirements Engineering • Identify Project Processes • Describe Enterprise and Agreement Processes • List Enabling Systems Engineering Process Activities • Explain Systems Engineering Support Activities • Explain Specialty Engineering Activities • Describe Training Needs Analysis • Explain Tailoring Processes • Describe Qualification, Verification, and Validation Processes • Explain Risk and Opportunity Management • Baseline Control • Technical Planning • Technical Effort Assessment

  8. CSEP Training • Course Outline: • Systems Engineering (SE) Overview • Overview of INCOSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING HANDBOOK (version 3.2.2) • Technical Processes • Introduction to Systems Engineering Management • Primer on Systems Engineering Activities • Important Concepts of Systems Engineering • Systems Engineering Processes • SE Process Capability Assessment

  9. CSEP Training • Systems Engineering (SE) Overview: • Origin and evolution of systems engineering • ANSI/EIA-632 Standards • ISO 15288 • Mapping the systems engineering process onto system life cycles • Systems engineering process • Systems engineering technical management • Risk management • Organizational practices • Requirements definition process • Functional analysis/allocation • System architecture synthesis • Systems engineering analyses • Integration, verification, and validation • Human systems engineering • Methods for functional analysis and allocation with key supporting Methodologies • Decision analysis technique for risk management

  10. CSEP Training • Overview of INCOSE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING HANDBOOK • ( version 3.2.2) : • Technical Processes • Project Processes • Enterprise and Agreement Processes • Enabling Systems Engineering Process Activities • Systems Engineering Support Activities • Specialty Engineering Activities • Tailoring Overview

  11. CSEP Training • Technical Processes: • Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process • Requirements Analysis Process • Architectural Design Process • Implementation Process • Integration Process • Verification Process • Transition Process • Validation Process • Operation Process • Maintenance Process • Disposal Process

  12. CSEP Training • Introduction to Systems Engineering Management: • Systems Engineering Process Overview • Requirements Analysis • Functional Analysis and Allocation • Design Synthesis • Verification • Systems Engineering Process Outputs • System Analysis and Control • Work Breakdown Structure • Configuration Management • Technical Reviews and Audits • Trade Studies • Modeling and Simulation • Metrics • Risk Management • Systems Engineering Planning • Systems engineering determines what SHOULD BE • What Systems Engineering Contributes • Relation to Project Management • Systems Engineering Discovery

  13. CSEP Training • Primer on Systems Engineering Activities: • State the Problem • Investigate Alternatives • Model the Systems • Integrate • Launch the System • Assess Performance • Re-evaluate • Variations • Important Concepts of Systems Engineering: • Pragmatic Principles • Know the Problem, the Customer, and the Consumer • Use Effectiveness Criteria Based on Needs to Make System Decisions • Establish and Manage Requirements • Identify and Assess Alternatives so as to Converge on a Solution • Verify and Validate Requirements and Solution Performance • Maintain the Integrity of the System • Use an Articulated and Documented Process • Manage against a Plan

  14. CSEP Training • Systems Engineering Processes: • Highway Design Life Cycle Process Model • Vee Model of Systems Engineering Design and Integration • Decomposition and Definition • Integration and Verification • Tufts’ Systems Engineering Process Model • Plowman’s Model of the Systems Engineering Process • SE Process Capability Assessment: • SE Process Improvement • Models • Levels of Capability/Maturity • Measurement of Capability/Maturity • Continuous Format • Staged Format • Sources of Information on Capability • The Frameworks Quagmire • Notions of Process Capability Assessment



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