This five-day course addresses the principles and methods of designing, regardless of what is being designed. The course provides an integrated approach to the set of technical design process disciplines. These combine with technology knowledge to contribute to the satisfaction of requirements and optimization of system effectiveness, enhancing project success and reducing risk to the enterprise.
The course is strong in Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methods supported by substantial workshop activity. The course provides insight into the realities of current modeling languages and tools, and the directions in which model-based design is evolving. Participants gain experience in workshop format with both functional and state-based design, and their relationship to physical design. The third major aspect of design, the basis of decision-making between feasible design alternatives (i.e., the conduct of trade-off studies) is thoroughly exercised. Trade-off studies are then integrated into a very effective three-stage approach to design optimization. The course also provides introductory, yet significant, coverage of the disciplines of reliability engineering, safety engineering, maintainability engineering and producibility engineering.
This course is recognized by Engineers Australia for CPD purposes (40 hours). This course is recognized by Engineering New Zealand for 40 CPD hours (click here for details). This course may be credited toward the maintenance of the INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) accreditation for 40 Professional Development Units. This course is recognized by ECSA South Africa (ref. INCOSE 16/005) for CPD 5 points.