Overview of the Training Day
INCOSE UK is offering six one day courses for the 2017 Training Day. All of these provide an opportunity to update or extend your Systems Engineering (SE) skills, under the guidance of acknowledged experts in the application of SE.
This year's Training Day also offers the opportunity for any current or potential SEP programme candidates to sit their examination on-site at Engineers' House
Training Course 1 - Product and System Test and Evaluation Essentials (PASTEE) for Systems Engineers
Ian Presland presents a course in 'Product and Systems Test and Evaluation (PASTEE)', a subject that can sometimes be overlooked within the plethora of 'standard' courses for systems engineers. The principal aim of this course is to equip delegates with core knowledge in PASTEE planning and execution activities, processes and techniques.
Stuart Burge returns this year to provide a fresh look at requirements from a systems viewpoint. Of all the topics in Systems Engineering, requirements and what to do with them is the cause of endless debate and argument - this course aims to allay this by using two requirements models to explain.
This course is presented by Tom Riley and Kevin Galvin and is intended to give delegates a description of the rationale behind NAF V4.0, its relationship to NAF V3.0 and MODAF, its key components and an overview of the new features of NAF V4.0, including the new methodology (based on the TOGAF ADM) and the 'palette' of views.
This year's course on Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is presented by Kim Stansfield, John Fraser and Stephen Dimelow. This session aims to show how the modern forms of QFD described in the recently published 'ISO 16355 standard for QFD', have enhanced the ability of teams to transform the identification and delivery of stakeholder value in systems design and deployment.
Training Course 5 - Don't Panic! The Absolute Beginner's Introduction to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
Scarecrow Consultants are pleased to be returning for this year's Training Day, with Simon Perry and Rob Behan presenting a one-day tutorial to coincide with the launch of their latest book 'Don't Panic! The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)', published by INCOSE UK. This course is aimed at the complete novice to the world of MBSE.
This year's course on interfaces will be presented by Hazel Woodcock and Graham Bleakley. The aim of this interactive tutorial is to give participants an insight into best practices when dealing with system interfaces, as every interface is an opportunity to lose information, control and/or money. This tutorial will explore some of the common pitfalls and solutions, and offer patterns for describing interfaces, ultimately equipping delegates with some practical methods for improving their management of interfaces.
A new feature for 2017, our Training Day this year will offer the opportunity for any current or potential SEP programme candidates to sit their examination on-site at Engineers' House. The exam will run from 10:00 - 13:00.
The registration fee for training courses is £300 (ex VAT) for INCOSE members and £360 (ex VAT) for non-members. Non-members who sign up for annual membership of INCOSE at the time of registering for the event (£120) will be charged at the member rate.
The student and senior members' registration fee is £200 (ex VAT).
The registration fee for the SEP examination is flat rate at £120 (ex VAT).