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North Texas Chapter

The North Texas Chapter of INCOSE (International Council of System Engineering) is centered in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of north Texas and is open to those interested or practicing systems engineering.  

Chapter Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of the chapter is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of Systems Engineering in industry, academia, and government. 

The objectives of the chapter through affiliation with INCOSE are to:

  • Support and implement the goals and objectives of the International Council on Systems Engineering and will represent the views and interests of the local members to the INCOSE.
  • Provide a focal point for dissemination of Systems Engineering knowledge.
  • Promote professional standards for integrity in the practice of Systems Engineering.
  • Improve the professional status of all persons engaged in the practice of Systems Engineering.
  • Encourage governmental and industrial support for research and educational programs that will improve the Systems Engineering process and its practice.

Events

INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook V4.0 Webinar Weekly Series

  • Date:
    Oct 5, 2017 - Apr 26 2018
    PT
  • Venue:
    Webinar

TOPIC:  INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook V4.0 Webinar

WHEN:  5:00-6:30pm Pacific, October 5, 2017 through April 26, 2018

WHERE:  Virtual Online, or
     Rockwell Collins, Inc. (Building 18)
     1833 Alton Parkway
     Irvine, CA 92606
     Host: Andrew Murrell, andrewscottmurrell@gmail.com 

Register Link: CLICK HERE

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The INCOSE Training Working Group and the INCOSE Los Angeles Chapter are presenting INCOSE SE Handbook v4.0 free training webinars for all INCOSE members and employees of INCOSE CAB organizations. This weekly series will begin on Thursday 5 October 2017 and will run through April 2018. The training starts at 5 p.m. Pacific USA.

If you plan to attend the Rockwell Collins on-site training sessions please register at the link provided.  Otherwise, there is no need to register, just join in. 

Log-in to Connect using your username and password, then click on https://connect.incose.org/Library/Tutorials/training/SitePages/Home.aspx, scroll to SE Handbook V4.0 Tutorial, click on Tutorial ID: 01_October 2015, the Tutorial Session you want, and download the files.  Read the READ ME file in the Tutorial Session: 00_Shared Documents area to access the webinar or telecom. Past pre-recorded tutorial sessions include: SE Handbook v3.2.2 (Tutorial ID: 02_October 2014), SE Fundamentals (Tutorial ID: 02_October 2014), and Leadership Skills (Tutorial ID: 01 thru 04). All sessions are recorded for later download. The videos will be shown during the webcasts so all will be seeing the same recorded content at the same time. 

Questions? Contact prmarbach@gmail.com

These webinars were created by and recorded when John Clark presented the course in 2015/2016.  GlobalMeet information has been included in this email for convenience.  The information provided here is available in CONNECT in the file names provided above.  

 The SE Handbook V4.0 tutorial also provides tips and personal help in SE. A certificate of completion is provided on request. The tutorial consists of weekly (twice a week Feb-Apr) 90-minute sessions.  If you plan to attend the Rockwell Collins on-site training sessions please register at the link provided.  Otherwise, there is no need to register, just join in. 

Reading of the applicable sections of the INCOSE SE Handbook V4.0 before each session is strongly recommended. Course materials include the shared documents, tutorial slides, questions, and audio and video recordings for downloading and using at your convenience. Most slides contain speaker notes in the PowerPoint Notes View.  Phyllis Marbach, current President of INCOSE-LA will be facilitating the sessions. Phyllis will collect questions and reach out to our Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP/CSEP/ASEP) community within INCOSE-LA for answers to those questions. 

Questions?  Contact prmarbach@gmail.com if additional information is needed.

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