The challenges in becoming a Systems Engineer and growing teams.
Poor Education Systems
SE education sucks. It consists of boring lectures of 'how it should be done'. Masters courses are too long in duration and use antiquated teaching methods. Training providers provide week long 'death by powerpoint' style workshops. The delta between theory and real world is too big to go it alone.
SE education is over priced, and doesnt fit with current ways of working. No engineer or manager has the budget, time or headspace to go on a week long lecture in a distant part of the country.
There isn't enough systems engineers to go round. Manager's struggle to deliver projects because newbies can't be upskilled fast enough or to the level for project deployment. Endless entry barriers stop rapid upskilling in systems engineering.
Who this course is for
Early Career Engineers
For complete beginners, new to Systems Engineering, who want to become confident in building complex systems from scratch.
Managers & Directors
For managers and directors who want to grow their engineering teams by rapidly upskilling fresh candidates capable of being deployed on any project.
Our mission is to address the SE skills shortage by building a dedicated School for Systems Engineering.
Applied Systems Engineering Nanodegree
Our course forges the Systems Engineering leaders of the future.
We cover the full project life cycle skillsets needed to develop complex products.
Develop Systems Thinking skills to visualise and identify mission critical relationships. Visualise using Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
Build requirement specs
Produce deliverables which capture the scope of the customers aims and technical descriptions of the system.
Architect & Design
Architect systems and produce user centric designs which fulfil the requirements.
Integrate your designs with other systems and produce interface control documents.
Validate & Verify
Ensure product market fit with validation methods and verify you've built your system right.
Design with Safety
Right first time safety methods to ensure your system passes design reviews.
The key tools to analyse your system for performance.
Maintain & Dispose
Ensure ethical delivery of your system in the new age of responsible design and development.
How to work as an SE
Use the most common communication methods to ensure project success.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
Our courses are backed by a no questions asked,
100% refund satisfaction guarantee.
Our Customers so far
How it works
1. Learn on our Professional Development Platform
Students learn each step of the V Lifecycle and what it means to deliver it on a real project. Instructional based teaching with worked examples. Hosted on our bespoke Professional Development Platform. Students learn at their own pace.
2. Apply on our Capstone project.
Students are tasked with building Systems Engineering deliverables after each core module on our Capstone project. They'll join a new fangled startup 'CoffCo' to create a full set of SE deliverables for a bespoke coffee machine.
3. Sit a Design Review
Mark your own homework in our virtual design review or join a call with an instructor for a mock design review of your progress so far.
4. Apply for real
Skip the beginner stages of embarrassment and confusion on engineering projects. Jump straight into applying your newly learned SE skills on large programmes. Capable of developing SE deliverables from Day 1.
Whats in the course?
The Applied Systems Engineering Nano-degree is a self-paced online course, with 40+ hours of content across 30+ lessons, where you'll learn everything there is to know about transforming your idea into a fully fledged product that's highly profitable, hugely scalable, and ridiculously fun.
In particular, we'll be taking a deep dive into the principles, strategies, and tools engineering businesses use to achieve consistent, reliable and sustainable product development, giving you a bunch of actionable + timeless insights you can use immediately to supercharge your projects.
Start thinking in Systems
Understand the business needs
Identify your key stakeholders
Consider the mission
Analyse your user needs
Know when project success is
Study how to improve systems
Design with the end in mind
Learn how to think as a systems engineer.
Write system requirements
Architect an MVP
Design a user focused MVP
Analyse your MVP trade offs
Model your MVP using MBSE
Build a mock up
Write a test plan
Consider through life support
Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) of your system by applying your new learned skills.
Communicate technical concepts effectively
Present holistic ideas
Deliver precise documentation
Write management plans
Host workshops with large teams
Know what software to adopt and when
How to Lead technical projects
Grow your ability to lead projects and become a systems engineering leader.
For Early Career Engineers
Avoid the situations of anxiety and nervousness of 'not knowing what to do'. Build the confidence to speak up in meetings and design reviews.
Solve complex problems
Equip yourself with the full life cycle tools used everyday on a project. Produce deliverables which are meaningful for project success.
Advance your career
Light a fire in your engineering career and start your chartership journey. Becoming deployable on any project and enhance your employability.
Unlock your recruitment potential
Have the tools you need to hire any fresh faced graduate and transform them into a deployable resource within a matter of weeks.
Grow your SE Team
Scale your team and confidently sell more work with the guarantee of having the resources to deliver it.
Avoid late project delivery
Build the trust with your resources to delivery any project or challenge thrown their way. Ensuring projects are delivered on time.
Will I always have access to the course?
Yes! Once you've paid for the course you'll always have access. This means that you’ll also have access to the course as we continue to upgrade and improve our lessons over time.
I haven't started my job in Systems Engineering, is this course for me?
Yes! This is the tool you need to get a head start on the masses of graduates out there with no SE experience.
I don't have a STEM degree, is this course for me?
Although SE is an engineering discipline, it's about developing products. Be it systems, software or physical products, as long as you follow the method, you will achieve results. STEM graduates may have slight exposure to 'systems development' but anyone with the right mindset can become a systems engineer.
I've already started a career in Systems Engineering, is this course for me?
If you've started systems engineering but have experience in one particular area of the V lifecycle, we would recommend this course to broaden your V life cycle experience!
Is there a money back guarantee?
100%. We want the investment in this course to be an absolute no-brainer for you. So, if you watch the video lessons, complete all the tasks, and still don’t find the course useful, drop us an email and we'll happily refund your full payment within 60 days of purchasing the course.