About the course
Systems Engineering is a structured and well-defined way to use common sense in complex technical projects. A well-organized system of work enables efficient control, clearer communication, better documentation, better quality and better results. Our introduction course in Systems Engineering offers you a good introduction to the concepts, approaches and key stages and milestones in the development of complex systems. The course combines theory, exercises and discussions with practical tips and concrete examples from reality.
We give you the understanding of the importance of effective requirements, as well as the basics of how they should be implemented. We discuss the different types of stakeholders who are involved in complex projects and how communication with them can be simplified. We will also go through the system architecture’s role and how the choice of architecture affect further work.
Concepts such as verification, validation, integration and interface is also addressed in the course. In this course we also discuss how various activities, especially in the project’s early stages, can affect the availability, maintenance, system security and system integration. We also address the social challenges of complex projects and organizations. After the course you have gained insight into the areas of Systems Engineering and what you need to learn more about – or what area that needs to be strengthened with hired help, in order to succeed.
Off course content
- What is Systems Engineering?
- Complex systems and life cycles
- Requirements Gathering, Requirements Analysis and Requirements Management
- To plan and manage technical projects
- The social aspects of SE
- Where do I learn more?
Who should attend this course?
The course is aimed at those who work with complex technical systems. Possibly, you are a systems engineer or you work with standards, project development engineer, system integrator, test engineer, into commission, line manager or maintenance engineer.
No formal knowledge is required, but to be able to fully benefit from the course it is advisable to have basic knowledge about approaches to projects and development.
Objectives of the course
After the course you should know the basic concepts of Systems Engineering and understand how different systems activities, deliverables and roles are linked to each other on a horizontal plane.
PDUs course entitles you to 14 PDUs according INCOSE September Certification Program (CSEP).
Course start and end
The course starts at. 09:00 day 1, and ends at. 16:00 day 2.
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