Professional Development and Certification
David Hall, Becky Reed, and Jo Ann N. Jones
Have you ever thought about pursuing a Systems Engineering Professional certification, but weren’t sure where to start?
Come learn about the Systems Engineering Professional Certification process from the experts. We will discuss the Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) certification for maturing systems engineers, the Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) certification for practicing systems engineers, and the Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) certification for senior systems engineering leaders many years of systems engineering work experience.
We will also have a representative from the Division of Professional and Continuing Studies presenting professional continuing education opportunities for systems engineers at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).
David Hall an INCOSE Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He has over 35 years of systems engineering, risk management and program management experience, successfully accomplishing all types of programs/projects, conducting comprehensive program/project studies and implementing solutions to problems/risks. He has had numerous risk management/systems engineering articles and reports published in both report formats and peer-reviewed journals. His latest article was in the Journal of Systems Engineering.
Becky Reed is the President and CEO of Reed Integration, Inc., and was the 24th person in the world to achieve the credential of INCOSE Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) in 2010. She is a nationally recognized authority on systems engineering and risk management and their applications in government and commercial markets. A former President of the Huntsville, Alabama, chapter of INCOSE, Ms. Reed has also served as Director of Programs, Vice-President, and President for the Hampton Roads Area Chapter of INCOSE. Ms. Reed designs and develops systems engineering training programs that include the 2-Day and 3-Day CSEP Power Prep courses that prepare students to sit for the INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) certification exam.
Jo Ann N. Jones is the Director for Professional Development in the Division of Professional and Continuing Studies at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The Department of Professional Development develops and presents professional training and educational activities in areas including management, engineering, and information technology. Programs are designed to allow a student the choice of attending individual courses of interest, or completing a more structured certificate program leading to a Certificate of Professional Achievement.
Roasted Turkey – Oven roasted and basted with creamy butter. Served with homemade cranberry sauce
Baked Ham – with peach and Vidalia confit or homemade cinnamon applesauce.
Mashed Potatoes and Turkey Gravy – Also known as Pan Gravy. No giblets
Veggie Medley – broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, haricot vert and asparagus
Apple Almond Crunch Salad with Raspberry vinaigrette
Focaccia Bread – Italian bread topped with olives, asiago cheese and olive oil
Chocolate pound cake with mousse
When: Thursday, November 21st, 2013
Location: Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, 4800 Bradford Drive, Bldg. 401, Huntsville, AL 35807 (see map).
Parking: Turn on Lockheed Martin Way from Bradford Drive. Turn right into parking lot to access cafeteria in Bldg 401.
5:15-5:30 Sign-in / Badge-in
5:30-5:55 Thanksgiving Dinner ($5.00 honor box donation)
5:55-6:00 Chapter Announcements
6:00-7:00 Speaker Presentation
7:00-7:20 Questions and Answers
7:20-7:30 Adjourn Chapter Meeting
Sign up at http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1796955&trk=hb_side_g for the Huntsville INCOSE Chapter LinkedIn group.
Map to Lockheed Martin Cafeteria
*REMINDER:** **Don’t forget to sign up for this week’s exciting and informative presentation!!*
Contact Membership chair *Bradley Biehn* at Bradley.Biehn@nasa.gov if you plan to attend so that we can estimate headcount for food orders.