Systems Engineering Training Courses by TONEX

TONEX offers several systems engineering training courses designed to apply systems engineering processes and methods. Our systems engineering training approach teaches you how to align practical system thinking and systems engineering knowledge and skills with your process improvement, project management and program management. Our systems engineering training courses include discussions projects, case studies, formal presentation, , and workshops covering key aspects of systems engineering on a single system and system of systems (SoS) through a development lifecycle.

Systems engineering focuses on the design and management of intricate engineering life cycles. With so many disciplines, including logistics, reliability and evaluation measurements, IT professionals require systems engineering training courses to keep them up to date on the latest advancements. Not all training programs are created equal, which is why it’s important to have a company you can count on for all of your training needs.

Systems Engineering Courses

Tonex has been delivering high-quality telecommunications training courses for IT organizations and professionals for the past 20 years. Our systems engineering certification training courses are comprehensive and include many programs:

• Systems Engineering Fundamentals, Level I
• Systems Engineering Crash Course
• Systems Engineering Management
• Systems Engineering Training, Lean
• Systems Engineering Training, Level I
• Systems Engineering Training, Level II
• Requirements Engineering Training
• Software Engineering Crash Course
• Reliability Engineering Training
• and more…

Our systems engineering courses range from five days to two days and include everything you need to fully understand and implement systems engineering into your organization. What makes our training programs especially unique is that they are designed by professionals in the field. These experts are able to deliver the accurate, relevant information that the industry is following.

Our systems engineering training courses are always fun and engaging. Our instructors implement real-world examples, storytelling techniques and group discussions to bring the information to life and enable students to feel comfortable in applying the information in their own career field. From current to future generation technologies, you can depend on Tonex to deliver the high-quality education and training you require.

Requirements are written statements or captured in models stating what the system must do, how it behaves, its properties, the qualities and performances, and the constraints that the system and its development must satisfy. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) defines a requirement as a condition or capability needed by a user to solve a problem or achieve an objective a condition or capability that must be met or possessed by a system or system component to satisfy a contract, standard, specification, or other formally imposed document a documented representation of a condition or capability as in definition 1 or 2 [IEEE 1990a]

Flexible Course Format

All systems engineering certification training courses do follow a specific format that includes a detailed overview, body of the class and conclusion. The body of the class is where Tonex instructors implement interactive learning and teacher-led discussions, and we wrap up the courses with both Tonex and industry certifications.

Although we use our proven model of success to teach participants, our systems engineering training courses are flexible and can be modified to fit the needs of your organization, whether it’s a Fortune 500 company, government agency or small business. Contact Tonex to learn more about our innovative workshops, boot camps and specialty classes.

Systems Engineering Training, Systems Engineering Courses, Systems Engineering Seminars, Systems Engineering Certification and Workshops: Effective Systems Engineering is critical to the development of large and complex systems. We have been providing Systems Engineering Training and Consulting since 1993.

All Systems Engineering training courses present examples and case studies to demonstrate how projects can fail through lack of proper systems engineering, and example of successful implementation of systems engineering. TONEX Systems Engineering Training Courses receive Professional Development Hours (PDH) for all the courses from Professional Institute of Engineering (PIE). We have prepared many Systems Engineers for the INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP).

Systems Engineering Training Courses will focus on:
• System Concept Definition;
• Requirements Engineering;
• Architecture, System Design and Development, and Systems Integration
• System Modeling
• Test and Evaluation
• Systems Implementation, O&M, and Transition
• SE Planning and Management (some system project management concepts)
• Collaborating with Technical Specialties
• Building Successful Teams
• Communicating with Impact
• Results Orientation, and Adaptability
• Risk Analysis

Systems Engineering Training Courses provide a focal point for all technical and management project activities, including:

  • Systems Engineering Project Management (SEMP)
  • Concepts of Operation (ConOps)
  • Requirements Management
  • Software Engineering
  • Architecture Definition and Evaluation
  • Component Development
  • Software System Integration
  • Design and Development
  • The “illities” including Reliability, Maintainability, Survivability, Supportability, Availability, Safety, Human Factors, Testability, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Environmental Protection and Producibility
  • Technical Reviews, Audits, Technical Performance Measurement
  • Decision Management including Trade-Off Studies, Value Engineering, Business Case Analysis and other decision points
  • Integration
  • Verification and Validation
  • Technical Data Management, Configuration Management and Quality Management
  • Technical Risk Management
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • System Disposal

Assessment of Systems Engineering Learning : Quiz during the presentation, Each module ends with a small quiz.
There are two main tests planned for each course: Planned and structured random Q&A by the instructor – where questions are answered by the learners
For each module, there will be one Q&A at the end of the module. Small group exercises where the learners make presentations of their results: There are many workshops which include hands-on specifications development for systems.