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UCL Centre for Systems Engineering (F63)

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UCL Centre for Systems Engineering (F63)

Courses

F63 Short Course Payment

Description

UCLse delivers a range of five-day modules in Systems Engineering that include; introductions on a specific aspect or technique, through to in-depth explorations of the subject. You can partake in these modules as a short course student alongside the MSc students on the programme.

 

Please be aware that MSc students do take priority and your place on the module will listed as provisional only until we have confirmed our student numbers, if our classes are full then we would not be able to accommodate your request and we would provide a refund on the fees. 

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/departments-institutes/space-climate-physics

Attendee CategoryCost   
2019/20 5 Day Short Course£1450.00[Read More]
2019/20 Overseas Fee, Per 15 Credit Module.£2512.00[Read More]
2019/20 UK/EU Fee, Per 15 Credit Module.£1681.00[Read More]
UCL Engineering Building

F63 System Thinking & Engineering Management 27th April 2022

Description

This short course provides an introduction to systems, systems engineering and systems engineering management.

You'll learn how the lifecycle is managed in a concurrent engineering context (where different stages of the lifecycle run in parallel).

You'll also learn about the advantages and challenges of the systems engineering approach.

This course is designed to give you the skills and tools you need to face the challenges of developing complex systems. Topics covered include:

  • A holistic view of organisations and their role in delivering value to stakeholders
  • The effective use of processes in organisations
  • How a lifecycle view of development of systems can help its delivery
  • Effective ways to manage engineering projects
  • The identification of risks coming from the technology, the organisations and the humans
  • Better decision-making skills by considering all of the above

The course is run by staff from the UCL Centre for Systems Engineering (UCLse) within UCL's Department of Space and Climate Physics (Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL). Course tutors regularly consult with and provide training for a range of industry leaders, such as Jaguar Land Rover, The European Space Agency, BAE Systems, The Wellcome Trust and PA Consulting.

This course takes place over 8 weeks, with 2 hour sessions running weekly, starting on 27 April – 15 June 2022 2-4pm UK time.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Examination Costs.£500.00[Read More]
APM Project Management.

F63 Project Management Qualification 14th September 2022

Description

A short course giving you an effective grounding in project management

It is aimed at anyone who has worked in a project environment for 3-4 years, or whose role has expanded to include some project management responsibilities.

It will help you understand how the different elements of project management interact, and how your project fits into its environment.

Run by UCL’s Technology Management Group and accredited by Association for Project Management (APM), the course has been updated to align with the 7th edition of APM Body of Knowledge and follows APM’s Project Management Qualification (PMQ).

The course is delivered in a blended mode, with online activities in Week 1, full-day classes in Week 2, and further online activities in Week 3. 

Learners should allow for a minimum of 8 hours study in both Week 1 and Week 3. There will be guided self-study and interactive sessions in these weeks. Classes run over a full day (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. approximately), with presentations, discussions, and exercises.

APM PMQ is an online examination set by APM. You can take either an exam arranged via UCL or one of APM’s open exams. Separate fees apply for the examination and the optional exam preparation workshop.

You will require additional preparation and practice time to successfully pass the APM PMQ exam. Course tutors will assist prospective PMQ candidates with feedback and guidance. This will help you select the most appropriate time for the exam.

 

For additional information on dates and location see the More Information Tab

 

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/short-courses/search-courses/apm-project-management-qualification-pmq

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard Course Excluding Exam.£2275.00[Read More]
2) Concession (UCL Alumnus & UCL Staff) Course Excluding Exam.£2050.00[Read More]
3) Exam Registration Non-Member of APM.£500.00[Read More]
4) Exam Registration APM Member.£400.00[Read More]
5) Exam Registration Re-sit.£350.00[Read More]

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