Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp

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Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp Course with hands-on lab Exercises

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp, Professional Education boasts continuing education Systems Engineering Training bootcamp courses and professional Systems Engineering certificates Worldwide.

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp Course is the unique answer to your Systems Engineering training needs from current to next generation technologies. Our mission is to clarify highly complex management and technical standards and topics in a systems engineering training bootcamp.

Emphasis is on the development of fundamental skills and knowledge in engineering, gap between program and project management versus systems engineering, systems analysis, modeling, and planning, combined with advanced computational techniques, to address problems affecting various applications and industries.

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp is designed for professional engineers and scientists who have basic systems engineering responsibilities or who want to grow into this role. Other important topics such as Systems Engineering Leadership, Negotiation, Communications, Collaboration, Team Building, Innovation, Risk Management, and Configuration Management are discussed to address the gap issues between program and project management and systems engineering.

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp Course covers analysis, design, integration, production, testing, and operation of modern high technology systems. It also supplies attendees with underlying theoretical knowledge and practical experience applicable to diverse disciplines including:

• Concept Definition
• Requirements Engineering
• System Architecture
• System Design and Development
• Systems Integration
• Test and Evaluation
• Validation and Verification
• Systems Implementation, O&M, and Transition
• SE Planning and Management
• Collaborating with Technical Specialties
• Building Successful Teams
• Communicating with Impact
• Results Orientation
• Adaptability

Duration: 4 days

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Customize It:

• If you are familiar with some aspects of Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

After completing this Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp course, attendees will be able to:

• Acquire a practical approach to the engineering of system requirements
• Acquire a practical approach to the engineering design, development, and integration of complex systems
• Employ conceptual design of complex systems and System of Systems (SoS)
• Describe Requirements Analysis, Functional Definition, Physical Definition, and Design Validation
• Generate and work with the core SE products
• Describe phases of the systems engineering life cycle to a hypothetical systems problem
• Describe how the systems engineer manages systems projects and mitigates risks
• Explore approaches to architecture at the system
• Create an awareness of the activities required to deploy, maintain, and sustain a complex system in the operations environment

Systems Engineering Training Bootcamp – Course Syllabus

Overview of System Engineering Process

Concept Exploration
Concept Definition
Requirements Analysis
System Synthesis
Design Tradeoffs
Risk Assessment
Engineering Design
Verification and Validation
System Integration
Operations and Maintenance

Business/Mission Needs and Objectives

Introduction of Tonex System Engineering (SE) Process and Templates
Project Mission Objectives
Cost, Schedule, Resources and Tasks
Proposal Development (RFPs)
Information for Bid (IFB)
Resource Allocation
Task Definitions
Statement of Work (SOW)
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Apply standards (ISO, EIA, and IEEE), the SEI Capability Maturity Models – Integration (CMM – I)

Working with advanced systems engineering process
Working with V-Diagram
Advanced engineering disciplines and program management
Overview of advanced concepts in the development cycle
Using Agile processes
Case studies review including templates, and checklists that support the systems engineering approach

Leading and Managing SE Activities

Planning for Design and Development (SEMP/TEMP)
Program/Project Management vs. Systems Engineering
Bridging the gap between Program Management and System Engineering
Plans, Processes, and Documentation
The Context of the System in its Environment
Engineering Complex Systems
Understanding the System Environment
Needs Analysis
Statement of Objectives
Defining the Operational Requirements
Measures of Effectiveness and Performance
Concept of Operations (CONOPS)
Describing System Requirements
Requirements Engineering

Concept of Operations (CONOPS)

Operational Scenarios
Working with Use Cases

Requirements analysis and design with Use Cases

System Engineering Management
Tools and techniques essential for development of complex systems
Definition of the Problem
Measures of Effectiveness/Measures of Performance
Needs and Objectives Analysis
Concept and Engineering Development
Design and Development
Systems Engineering Method
Requirements Engineering

Reliability Engineering

Reliability engineering principles
How operations can improve reliability of their processes
How to influence improvements in availability
How someone can assist in reducing process failures
Root Cause Failure Analysis
Error Control Coding (ECC) Fundamentals
Related Case Studies and Projects

System Design, Development, and Integration

Prototype Development
Sub-system and component design
Integrating, Testing, and Evaluating the System
Planning for Design, Integration, and Testing

Design Reviews

SRR (System Requirements Review)
PDR (Preliminary Design Review)
SFR (System Functional Review)
CDR (Critical Design Review)
DDR (Detailed Design Review)
PRR (Production Readiness Review)
TRR (Test Readiness Review)
SVR (System Demonstration and Validation)

System Deployment and Operations

Production and Deployment
Transition to support
Systems fielding
Operations and maintenance of deployed systems
System modifications and upgrades
Modernization, the Big Upgrade
Retirement and replacement of systems
Training

Leading and Managing SE Activities

Planning for Deployment, Operations, and the Transfer of Systems and Technologies
Managing System Projects
Managing Risks
Integrated Logistics support
Collaborating with Teams and Technical Specialties
Presenting the Team Project

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