Price: $1,699.00
Course Number: 914
Length: 2 Days
College Credits: 19
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ASEP Training – Certification Preparation

ASEP Training, TONEX INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) training Bootcamp

ASEP Training provides the attendees with knowledge and tools to prepare for the INCOSE ASEP Certification application and exam. This course provides you with the detailed knowledge and practice that you need to pass the ASEP examination.

Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) is targeted towards Systems Engineers with basic knowledge and experience. ASEPs are certified against knowledge only.

Prepare to Become a Certified Systems Engineering Professional

ASEP Training program will build on TONEX systems engineering practices to prepare you for certification as a systems engineering professional by INCOSE. ASEP Training Boot Camp provides a targeted review of coursework as well as a review of the INCOSE Handbook to prepare you for your exam. In a

Our experienced instructors work with you, tailoring the ASEP Training Program content to your needs. We can even conduct ASEP Training onsite at your business location! Using real-life examples and interactive exercises, workshops and case studies we teach practical ways to maintain your valuable systems engineering principals needs.

Once the application has been approved by INCOSE, TONEX will schedule the course attendees for the exam at one of the Prometric locations. There are no prescheduled group examinations at any events.

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About ASEP Training and other  INCOSE Certification Training Programs

Which Program is Right for Me?

  • One of the benefits of enrolling in TONEX’s INCOSE Certification Training is the personalized assistance we can provide in determining the appropriate certification level based on your career level. All certification levels, with the exception of CSEP, require ongoing INCOSE membership. Below are some general guidelines about certification – contact us today to discuss your unique situation.

 

Certification Criteria

  • ASSOCIATE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL (ASEP): Systems engineers with less than five years of systems engineering work experience, spanning less than three functional areas.
  • CERTIFIED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL (CSEP): Systems engineers possessing more than five years of direct work experience across more than three functional areas, who have professional references that can speak to this experience.
  • EXPERT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL (ESEP): Systems engineers with at least 25 years of work experience (20 years if CSEP), professional leadership, and systems engineering accomplishments, substantiated by at least three work-related references.

Who Should Attend

Anyone who wants to learns Systems Engineering (SE) principles and wants to pass INCOSE Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) certification test.

Objectives

Upon completion of this intensive course the participants will understand:

  • How to pass the ASEP examination!
  • Details of the INCOSE Handbook, the source for the exam
  • The key processes and definitions including:
  • Basics of Systems Engineering (SE)
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Risk and Opportunity Management
  • Baseline Control
  • Technical Planning
  • Technical Effort Assessment
  • Design Development
  • Qualification, Verification, and Validation
  • Process Definition
  • Tool Support
  • System Integration
  • Quality Assurance

Outline

Overview of SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

  • Systems engineering process
  • Systems engineering technical management
  • Risk management
  • Organizational practices
  • Requirements definition process
  • Functional analysis/allocation
  • System architecture synthesis
  • Systems engineering analyses
  • Integration, verification, and validation
  • Human systems engineering

INCOSE ASEP Exam Principles

  • Systems Engineering and Life Cycles
  • Understanding the System Environment
  • Defining the Problem and Purpose of the System
  • System Boundaries (System Context Diagram)
  • System Life Cycle (from Concept to Operations)
  • The SE Method (Requirements, Functional, Physical, Validation)
  • Requirements Analysis Process
  • Project Processes
  • Enterprise and Agreement Processes
  • Enabling Systems Engineering Process Activities
  • Systems Engineering Support Activities
  • Specialty Engineering Activities
  • Technical Processes
  • Project Processes
  • Enterprise & Agreement Processes
  • Specialty Engineering Activities

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROCESSES

  • INCOSE Processes
  • Decomposition and Definition
  • Integration and Verification
  • Traditional Life Cycle Model Detailed

Needs Analysis

  • Business/mission needs
  • Statement of Objectives
  • Defining the Operational Requirements
  • Concept of Operations (CONOPS)
  • Independent operational scenarios
  • Functional Definition of the System
  • Physical Definition of the System
  • Needs Validation

Concept Definition

  • Describing System Requirements
  • Analyzing the Operational Requirements
  • Deriving and Validating System Performance Requirements
  • Concept exploration
  • Prototyping
  • Analysis of Alternatives
  • Trade Studies
  • Pair Wise Comparisons
  • Concept selection and validation
  • System Functional Specification
  • Allocation of Requirements
  • The Design Review
  • The Defined Concept

Requirements Engineering

  • Characteristics of Requirements
  • Writing requirements
  • Analyzing Requirements
  • Configuration Management of Requirements
  • QA of Requirements
  • Verification and Validation of Requirements
  • Traceability of Requirements
  • Deriving test requirements

Leading and Managing SE Activities

  • Planning for Design and Development (SEMP/TEMP)
  • Managing System Projects
  • Managing Risk
  • SE Standards and Processes
  • Collaborating with Teams and Technical Specialties
  • Introducing the Team Project
  • Introduce SE as an enabler of acquisition success
  • Business/Mission Needs and Objectives

Concept of Operations (CONOPS)

  • Independent Operational Scenarios
  • Definition of the Problem
  • Measures of Effectiveness/Measures of Performance
  • Needs and Objectives Analysis
  • Objectives (Statement of Objectives, Objectives Tree)

Design and Development

  • Conceptual Design
  • Interface Design (Physical Interfaces, User Interfaces)
  • Models and Simulations (includes Prototypes)
  • System Concept (candidate concepts and selected concept)
  • System Preliminary Design
  • System Functional Architecture
  • System Physical Architecture
  • System/Subsystem Detailed Design (hardware/software)
  • Validated System Model (Design Validation)
  • Test Requirements

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