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Systems Engineering Training

Systems Engineering Training

Systems Engineering Training:

Systems Engineering Training course (Online, Onsite, and Classroom Live!)

Systems Engineering is a disciplined, well-defined approach to the design and construction of large-scale systems. It has been embraced by both the Government and the Industry as they continue to look for improved system performance within the budget and schedule constraints. As we move toward more complex, integrated, technology-based solutions, there is a growing demand for engineers with “systems” skills. They also represent the talent reservoir that many of the future managers and leaders will come from.

In this Systems Engineering Training workshop, you will learn the key concepts and skills of systems engineering including the systems approach, elements of systems engineering, requirements engineering, system architecting and analysis, software engineering, acquisition perspectives, and select advanced topics. You will also participate in group problem-solving sessions that will provide you with the opportunity to practice some of the important techniques of systems engineering.

Systems Engineering Training covers the following topics:

  • Systems Engineering: Overview of System Engineering Process
  • Systems Engineering: Business/Mission Needs and Objectives
  • Systems Engineering: Leading and Managing SE Activities
  • Systems Engineering: Concept of Operations (CONOPS)
  • Systems Engineering: Reliability Engineering
  • And more…

What’s Included?

  • 4 days of Systems Engineering Training Workshop with an expert instructor
  • Systems Engineering Training Course Guide
  • Certificate of Completion
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee


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Customize It:

  • If you are familiar with some aspects of Systems Engineering Training, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
  •  We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Systems Engineering Training 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 course in a manner understandable to lay audiences.


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

  • Describe System Engineering Planning and Management
  • Acquire System Engineering Project Management
  • Applying standards (ISO, EIA, and IEEE), the SEI Capability Maturity Models – Integration (CMM – I) throughout the development process
  • Understand advanced systems engineering processes
  • Utilize advanced engineering disciplines and program/project management
  • Demonstrate its role and value in the development of products, processes, and services
  • Understand advanced concepts in the development cycle, generating requirements, selecting alternative solutions, QA, testing, and measuring solution development relative to requirements.
  • Produce designs and cost estimates of complex products faster and cheaper
  • Work with customers to better translate user needs into outstanding delivered products
  • Define optimal verification and validation programs tailored to your company and your customer’s risk threshold
  • Manage risk in a cost-constrained environment
  • Trade systems resources including technical, cost, and schedule
  • Explore case studies including templates and checklists that support the systems engineering approach.

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  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 the 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 the 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 the 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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