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CTI Pilots CSEP3D

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PPI’s subsidiary company, CTI (Certification Training International) has just added a 3-day INCOSE ASEP/CSEP exam preparation training course to its portfolio. The 5-day version of the course has been delivered over 100 times to almost 2000 delegates in over 32 countries and has an overall average score of 9.1 out of 10.

The major difference between the 5-day and the 3-day courses is that the 3-day course is focused solely on passing the exam while the 5-day version expands on this primary objective. The 5-day course contains activities and workshops to help integrate and apply the knowledge of the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook V4 (the sole subject of testing for the exam) to one’s day job. The 3-day course is suitable for time- and resource-strained engineers looking to fast track the exam preparation required to get ASEP or CSEP certified.

The 3-day course was piloted in Melbourne in early October 2019 with superb results (the course was delivered by Clive Tudge – see 13.2 below). To find out more information about the 3-day or 5-day course or to request a CTI course in your city please contact rking@certificationtraining-int.com.

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