Wednesday, 3 June 2015

SyntheSys’ Cogs Turn in a Different Direction with Successful Delivery of Training to Mechanical Engineers

An ongoing commitment to diversification during 2014 has given SyntheSys leverage to successfully deliver our ‘Introduction to Systems Engineering’ Training Course on behalf of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). We are delighted to be supporting the bi-annual delivery of the course which is aimed at both new and established Systems Engineers alike.

This unique foundation level course combines practical experience with INCOSE* certified theory to inform students of the fundamentals and processes of Systems Engineering. Students from a range of different organisations have benefitted from practical exercises and knowledge relay, thus gaining an understanding of key themes from General Systems Engineering Principles through to Test and Acceptance procedures.


‘’We are pleased to be working with such a prestigious organisation to deliver, what we feel, is a truly value added training solution. Feedback from the course we have delivered thus far has been encouraging and we are happy to be building relationships in what is, for us, a different avenue from our traditional military market’’ commented Mark Williamson, SyntheSys’ INCOSE Practitioner and Course Tutor.

Our capability does not end there, we also offer Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) and Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) certification preparation courses which are based on the INCOSE Systems Engineering handbook v3.2.2. For further information on our Systems Engineering Training visit http://www.synthesystraining.co.uk/systems-engineering-training.html or contact one of our certified practitioners by emailing training@synthesys.co.uk.

*International Council on Systems Engineering

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