Systems Engineering Training

Systems Engineering helps avoid omissions and invalid assumptions, helps to manage real world changing issues, and produce the most efficient, economic and robust solution.

Systems engineering is an inter-disciplinary field of engineering that focusses on how to design, manage and optimize complex engineering systems over their life cycles.

System engineers work to eliminate:

  • Waste of time
  • Waste of money
  • Waste of man-hours
  • Waste of materials
  • Waste of machine time

Systems engineering is all about figuring out how to do things better, optimize engineering processes and systems that improve quality and productivity.

INCOSE says systems engineering is about coping with complexity.

The Systems engineering process delivers a better understanding of the client needs and helps program managers to manage change and configuration effectively through the project lifecycle.

Systems engineering produces many more benefits as well.

By using the systems engineering approach, project costs and timescales are managed and controlled more effectively by having greater control and awareness of the project requirements, interfaces and issues and the consequences of any changes.

Systems engineers work with program managers to achieve system and project success. Systems engineering techniques can be scaled to adjusted to suit the size and complexity of the project.

Studies are pretty convincing on the overall worth of systems engineering. Research shows effective use of Systems engineering can save 10-20% of the project budget.

In fact, other studies show that over one-third of all projects fail when systems engineering is not used, and over two-thirds of these projects without a systems engineering approach do not achieve their goals.

Decisions and plans made earlier in a project can dramatically reduce risk – and this is where systems engineering really excels.

Systems Engineering Training Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers nearly 400 systems engineering courses in more than four dozen categories. Our systems engineering training courses are designed to apply systems engineering processes and methods. This approach teaches you how to align practical system thinking and systems engineering knowledge and skills with your process improvement, project management and program management.

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.

Each module ends with a small quiz and one Q&A. Additionally, you will participate in small group exercises where participants make presentations of their results. There are also many workshops which include hands-on specifications development for systems.There are two main tests planned for each course. Also, expect planned and structured random Q&A by the instructor.

Our courses are timely, cutting-edge and relevant. We offer many popular classes, such as:

Link 16 Advanced Training | Network Enabled Weapons Bootcamp, a new 3-day training program covering both Link 16 and Network Enabled Weapons principals using tactical data links.

Systems Engineering Crash Course | Bootcamp Style, a 4-day course designed for professional engineers and scientists who have basic systems engineering responsibilities or who want to grow into this role.

Electronic Warfare Training Crash Course, a 4-day experience designed for analysts, engineers, electrical engineers, project managers, electronic warfare technical professionals who design or operate radar systems and electronic warfare systems; and anyone involved in planning, design, analysis, simulation, requirements definition, performance specification, procurement, test, security and evaluation of electronic attack equipment.

Smart Grid Training | Smart Grid Course, a 3-day course that covers the entire electricity delivery system, including transmission, distribution, and electrical equipment manufacturing.

Radar Systems Training | Fundamental Radar Concepts, a 3-day course that covers the basics of modern RADAR systems including basic design of a RADAR system, functionality, equations, search and track functions, target detection, signal processing, architecture, critical components, electronic attack and protection, transmitter/receiver, and antenna.

MBSE Training | Model-Based Systems Engineering Training, a 3-day course that covers the formalized application of modeling to support systems analysis, use cases, requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities.

All Systems Engineering training courses present examples and case studies to demonstrate how projects can fail through lack of proper systems engineering, and examples 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).

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.

Systems Engineering Certification Courses

Many of our courses offer certification. Our systems engineering certification training courses are comprehensive and include:

• 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

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

  • 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 “ilities” 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

Why Tonex?

Tonex has been a leader in teaching systems engineering courses for almost three decades. 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.

Our instructors are world class. They make engineering courses fun and engaging. They also 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.

Tonex understands that 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.

Contact Tonex to learn more about our innovative workshops, boot camps and specialty classes.

Systems Engineering Training