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Event Name: Systems Engineering: Principles And Practices For C4I Systems Course
Event Date: 04/16/2014 - 04/21/2014
Event Time: 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Event Organizer: Southern New England Chapter
Event Sponsor: AFCEA International PDC
Description: (Six Bi-Weekly, Three Hour In-Class and Live Online Classes)April Thru June (See Schedule Below) Attendance is open to all. Tuition is $400 (non-AFCEA), $300 (AFCEA) and $75 (YAC/Student). Government and Corporate Tuition Vouchers and PayPal are welcomed. Please contact Please contact Joe Loda at or call 203-671-0885. Schedule & Times: Wed 4/16/2014, Wed 4/30/2014, Wed 5/14/2014, Wed 5/28/2014, Wed6/11/2014, Wed 6/25/2014. Each class will run from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. This multi-class course is second in 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 This course covers the foundational components of field systems engineering (SE) with the following topics: SE models/frameworks, SE processes and activities, complex systems structures, system development and lifecycles, SE management, SE decision analysis/methods, SE tasks and activities for advanced development, production, integration and testing, fielding and operational support lifecycles. The next course ┐Systems Engineering: Principles and Methods for C4I Systems┐ covers detailed SE processes, methods, tools and procedures and ties theory to practical implementation. This course includes the necessary SE methods, case studies and exercises to help prepare students to take the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) examinations.
Event Subject: C4I Systems Engineering Certificate Program
Event Speaker: Instructors are Samuel Winograd and Joe Loda. Samuel Winograd has thirty-five years of engineering experience and is a Systems Engineer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Mr. Winograd is a Lean - Six Sigma Black Belt, a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology (BE EE), Syracuse University (MS EE), and the Naval Post. Joe Loda has thirty years of engineering experience in the Information and Communication Technology environment. In 2009, Mr. Loda started the systems engineering consulting firm, Canyon Applied Technologies, to continue applying systems thinking and engineering. Mr. Loda is a graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology (BS EET)and is the Director of Professional Development for the SNE AFCEA Chapter. Graduate School (MS SE).
Event Category: Chapter PDC Course
Event Theme: C4I Systems Engineering Certificate Program
Location: Lockheed Martin Corporation
76 Hammarlund Way, Middletown, RI
Event Contact: Joe Loda
Event Contact Phone: 203-671-0885
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