Beginning Thursday, April 5th 2012 and running through September 2012, this course helps in preparation for SE certification exam.
Interested in receiving yourINCOSE Systems Engineering (SE) certification and becoming an International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) or an Associate SEP (ASEP)? The INCOSE Training Working Group, INCOSE Hampton Roads Area (HRA) Chapter, and Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) are hosting a tutorial webinar to help you learn SE and prepare for the certification exam. The tutorial is taught by John O. Clark, INCOSE Training Working Group Lead, HRA Chapter Director of Training & Education, NG Corporate SE Instructor, and NG Information Systems (NGIS) Sector Chief Engineer. The tutorial covers the certification process and the SE Handbook version 3.2.2. The tutorial also provides sample questions, tips, and personal help in SE and to fill-out your application. A certificate of completion is provided on request.
Beginning Thursday, April 5th 2012 and running through September 2012, the tutorial consists of 16 weekly sessions, held from noon to 1:30 p.m., Eastern Time USA, for up to 300 INCOSE and 250 NGC participants. There is no need to pre-register and no cost, just join in. The LiveMeeting site opens 30 minutes before the start time and each session includes an additional 30 minutes after for Q&A. The schedule is subject to change, so check the site each morning before class to obtain the latest schedule.
Prior to each session, participants are encouraged to read the sections of the SE Handbook to be presented. Course materials include the tutorial slides (including PowerPoint Notes), sample questions, and prior-session audio and video recordings for later downloading if you miss a session.
- INCOSE members. You can access the course by using your personal INCOSE Connect username and password to access the Connect tutorial site and course materials athttps://connect.incose.org/tut/sehandbook/default.aspx. If you do not know your personal Connect password, reset your password athttp://www.incose.org/membership/requestPWreset.cfm
- INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) member organization current employees, including NGC current employees. As a current employee of a CAB organization, including NGC employees, you can access the course athttps://connect.incose.org/tut/sehandbook/default.aspx. If your organization has set up a page on their intranet with information about INCOSE, you should find access information for the tutorial there. If not, please contact your CAB representative listed athttp://www.incose.org/about/organization/cab.cfm and ask them to provide the access information.
- NGC current employees.As a current employee of NGC, you can access the course via the NGC Live Meeting Server which contains the teleconference number in the Shared Notes icon in the upper right corner. The telecon number and passcode are the same as in prior courses. Log-in to Live Meeting early to check your access. For help with Live Meeting, please refer to the resources available on the Live Meeting portal site under “My Tools” atLive Meeting Information. The portal site contains installation instructions, a user guide, and FAQs. If Live Meeting is not accessible, download the slides and teleconference number from the NGCShareCenter siteand follow along using the slide numbers. If access to theShareCenter site is denied, contactLowri.Sprung@ngc.com early if access permission is needed. Because this is an external training event, NGC employees must follow export policy and procedures in order to attend.
The INCOSE Live Meeting audio capacity has been enabled for up to 300 global callers. However, only Local US and International Toll telecon numbers are available due to the high costs incurred previously in providing the tutorial. The INCOSE Toll telecon numbers are available at the above INCOSE Connect tutorial site, and the participant passcode is 7336579353, but please mute your phone! INCOSE Live Meeting use of Computer Audio is highly recommended to avoid costs, but please mute your microphone!
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