Dates: 24 Jun 2019 - 26 Jun 2019
Speaker: Patrick Williams
Venue: NorthamptonBook Now
First Delegate: £1,100 +VAT
Second Delegate and MOD: £990 +VAT
Duration: 3 days
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of Systems Engineering thinking across the life cycle, from concept through development and operation to disposal. It applies a range of tools and techniques that are fundamental to the design, development, verification and operation of systems at all levels, and is equally applicable for use for the planning and management of changes within organisations and infrastructure.
This course is suitable for anyone involved in developing systems or managing them through the life cycle from concept to disposal; Systems Engineers, Project Engineers, Supportability Engineers, Project and Programme Managers, or Engineering Managers – within industry, government or military organisations. The content covers a mixture of sound theory and practical methods, supported by class discussion, case studies and experience from a range of sectors including Aerospace, Defence and Nuclear, that personnel involved in developing systems and solutions or Customers acquiring systems and solutions can apply.
The objective of the course is to provide an introduction to systems thinking from the life cycle view, hence the content will cover how life cycle considerations for manufacture, support and disposal can be integrated in to the initial requirements and development of a system. The course will take similar approaches and how these methods can then be applied to development of manufacture, ILS and in service support and disposal in their own right and explore how the approaches are applicable in the wider environment of defining changes in organisation and operations, or infrastructure.
The course also looks at the techniques associated with Design Change and Configuration Management, Obsolescence Management and the relationship to Quality, Standards and Governance.
Students will receive three days of training, which will include case studies assessing systems issues and applying some of the techniques and experience from real applications.
Students will also complete a team based workshop over the three days to take them through stages of planning to develop a system, using experience from real development programmes, which delegates will present on the final day.
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