Certified Systems Engineers Are In Demand (RIVA, Md., March 2009) Just as you would not attempt a state bar exam without studying, you should not attempt the CSEP (Certified Systems Engineer Professional) exam without preparation. By taking a preparatory course, you can yield great benefits in performance, stress reduction and overall, greatly improve your chances […]
Certified Systems Engineers Are In Demand
(RIVA, Md., March 2009) Just as you would not attempt a state bar exam without studying, you should not attempt the CSEP (Certified Systems Engineer Professional) exam without preparation. By taking a preparatory course, you can yield great benefits in performance, stress reduction and overall, greatly improve your chances of passing the exam.
While the economy is down, the demand for systems engineers is still growing–but supply is low. Last October, Jitu Desai of IBM said, “The demand for systems engineering management of complex programs is increasing. This is coupled with the new technologies that are entering the marketplace to make it both easier and more difficult to manage. We need new ways of managing design and development activities of major systems. This method includes access to global talent and skills, as well as the marketplace offerings that provide improved methods for collaborating innovations.”
To assist you in your career, the Applied Technology Institute (ATI)
has added a CSEP preparation course to its curriculum. Systems engineering is a profession, practice and way of doing business that concentrates on the design and application of the whole system to produce a successful product or system.
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) has established a Professional Certification Program to provide a formal method for recognizing the knowledge and experience of systems engineers. The INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) rating is a more coveted milestone in the career of a systems engineer, demonstrating knowledge, education and experience and is of high value to systems organizations.
Test what you know. ATIcourses
has posted samples from its CSEP Preparation class on its web site at:www.ATIcourses.com/sampler/CSEP_Preparation_CourseSampler.pdf
These materials include information on how to apply successfully for the CSEP, a study plan to pass the CSEP exam, sample questions to assess your skills and a guide to completing your application selected from a full two-day course CSEP Preparation
sponsored by the Applied Technology Institute.
This two-day course walks you through the CSEP requirements and the INCOSE Handbook Version 3.1 to cover all topics on the CSEP exam. Interactive work and study plans, and sample examination questions will help you to prepare effectively for the exam. Participants complete the course with solid knowledge, a hard copy of the INCOSE Handbook, study plans, and a sample examination.
This course is currently scheduled as a public offering at several dates and locations: Your facility can request this course as an on-site presentation. The current schedule includes the following public dates open to all:
||Mar 20-21, 2012
||Apr 20-21, 2012
The instructor is Eric Honour, an international consultant and lecturer, who has a 38-year career of complex systems development & operation. He was Founder and former President of INCOSE. He has led the development of 18 major systems, including the Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation systems and the Battle Group Passive Horizon Extension System locations.
ATI, a leader in scientific and technical training since 1984, will be hosting the course. ATI specializes in training seminars for professionals working in radar, sonar, space systems, satellites and systems engineering. For more information contact Applied Technology Institute at (888) 501-2100 or register online atwww.ATIcourses.com