No. The course aims to equip delegates with the principles of systems engineering, and with at least a basic ability to perform the most important activities, especially requirements capture and validation, physical and logical design, and trade-off studies.
Whilst software tools are fundamental to performing these activities efficiently in real work scenarios, their use in a 5-day course would compromise the objectives of the course because of the time impact and distraction of having to learn to manipulate tools.
The course achieves its objectives very effectively through a series of workshops conducted manually. Representative software tools supporting process areas such as requirements capture and validation, physical and logical design, and trade-off studies are identified and discussed during the course.