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Event Name: Systems Engineering: Requirements Development and Management One Day Course (On-Site and On-Line Live as a PDC Offerring)
Event Date: 04/02/2014
Event Time: 8:30am-5:00pm
Event Organizer: Southern New England Chapter
Description: C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program First Course Announcement Systems Engineering: Requirements Development and Management (A one day 8 hours in-class and online course) April 2, 2014 (8:30am-5:00pm) Lockheed Martin Corporation 76 Hammarlund Way, Middletown RI 02842 Attendance is open to all. Tuition is $200 (non-AFCEA), $150 (AFCEA), $50 (YAC/Student). Government and Corporate Tuition Vouchers and PayPal are welcomed. Please contact Joe Loda (Director of Professional Development) for registration at joe.loda@canyonap.com or calling 203-671-0885. Industry and Government tuition vouchers and PayPal payments are welcomed. This one day class is the first course of a six course series in our C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program. The objective of the program is to prepare civilian and government professionals to define, develop, design, integrate, test, deploy and sustain C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence) Systems for joint military and civilian crisis management operations as from a systems engineering viewpoint. Course Section 1: Requirements Overview 1.0 Overview 2.0 Assumptions, Definitions, Context, Big Picture, Analysis 3.0 Types Of Requirements 4.0 Definition Of Requirement And Set Of Requirements 5.0 Requirements Relationships Versus Systems Engineering 6.0 Types Of Requirements Course Section 2: Requirements Development 1.0 Overview: Creating Order From Chaos 2.0 Stakeholder Analysis Identify, Interview, Research 3.0 Information Analysis Tools And Development Affinity Diagram, Pareto Analysis, Input/Output Model Development Of Originating Requirements 4.0 Operational Concepts (CONOPS) Definition, Process, Hierarchy 5.0 External Systems Or Concept Diagram 6.0 Stakeholder Requirements And Development 7.0 System Requirements Development Course Section 3: How To Write Requirements 1.0 Standard Formats INCOSE Handbook (Latest Version)ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148-2011 2.0 Grammar 3.0 Characteristics Of Well Written Requirements Necessary (Traceability), Design Independent, Unambiguous, Complete Singular, Feasible, Verifiable, Correct, Grammatically Correct 4.0 Characteristics Of Requirements Sets Unique, Complete, Consistent, Feasible (Attainable) Bounded, Comparable, Structured, Modifiable 5.0 Language To Avoid Open-Ended, Non-Verifiable, Comparative, Loopholes, Incomplete References, Negative Statements 6.0 Attributes Of Requirements Additional Elements Minimum, Unique Identifiers, Source, Rational , Type, Stakeholder Priority, Dependency, Risk, Difficulty Course Section 4: Requirements Management 1.0 Definition 2.0 Requirements Traceability, Verification, Change Control 3.0 Requirements Management Tools DOORS, CORE SysML 4.0 Exercise: Manage Requirements Using MS Excel
Event Subject: AFCEA C4I Systems Engineering Certificate Program
Event Speaker: Mr. Patrick Roach has thirty years of systems engineering experience. He served five years as a nuclear trained submarine officer, serving in USS Skipjack (SSN-585). After leaving active duty Mr. Roach worked for a for a defense contractor performing various systems engineering tasks including reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RMA), and System Safety. After becoming a government employee Mr. Roach continued his System Safety and RMA work, as well as Requirements Analysis, System Architecture, Systems Integration, and Test. Mr. Roach has served as System Integration Team leader in two submarine program offices. Mr. Roach has a BS in Naval Architecture from the United States Naval Academy and an MS in Systems Engineering from the Naval Post Graduate School.
Event Category: Chapter PDC Course
Event Theme: C4I Systems Engineering
Location: Lockheed Martin Corporation
Middletown , RI
Event Contact: Joe Loda
Event Contact Phone: 203- 671-0885
Event Contact E-Mail: joe.loda@canyonap.com
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