Sat, Jan 26|
UConn Hartford Campus
ASEP-CSEP Paper Certification Exam
Paper Exam for ASEP and CSEP Certification. Register here to reserve your seat at UConn Hartford Campus.
Time & Location
Jan 26, 2019, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
UConn Hartford Campus, 10 Prospect St, Hartford, CT 06103, USA
About The Event
9:30 – 10:00 AM Identification and Instructions
All exam participants must arrive by 9:30am to be eligible to take exam.
Classroom Max Capacity = 20
Must Pre-Register at: www.neincose.org to guarantee your seat
10:00 – Noon ASEP – CSEP Certification Exam
University of Connecticut Hartford Campus
Hartford Times Building, Room HTB 220
10 Prospect Street Hartford CT 06103
Entrance on Front Street Side of Building
Parking on Street or Front Street Garages
ASEP and CSEP Paper Certification Exam
Full Information on ASEP-CSEP Exam Here:
INCOSE offers paper exams, hosted by Expert Systems Engineering Professionals (ESEPs) based on the INCOSE System Engineering Handbook 4.0. If you are an interested in hosting an INCOSE Knowledge Exam, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Beginning 1 January 2018, individuals will be limited to 3 exams attempts per 12-month period. Current SEPs are not allowed to participate in any exams.
Interested in taking the certification knowledge exam on paper, rather than at a computer? The paper exam has the same format as the standard knowledge exam, with 120 multiple-choice questions in 120 minutes. In both cases, candidates will need to arrive thirty minutes prior to the exam’s start to show ID and receive instructions. All candidates will use an answer sheet to record their answers for the paper exam. A HB or Number Two pencil must be used to fill in the answer sheet.
Non-native English speakers may request an additional thirty minutes of exam time (in addition to the standard 120 minutes) by submitting a Special Accommodations Request form to the INCOSE Certification Program office. All candidates are also now allowed to bring in a translation dictionary to their exam. This dictionary may not have any notes or modifications, as interpreted by the exam official. These benefits are also available for individuals taking the paper exam and must be requested prior to the start of the exam.
All Certification Forms including the Certification Application and the Special Accommodations Form are found here: https://www.incose.org/systems-engineering-certification/certification-forms
Each candidate will be asked to read and sign a Candidate Agreement before being allowed to take the exam. The Candidate Agreement details appropriate behavior during and after the test. Please note there are periodical changes made to the agreements. The printed versions the candidate will sign before taking the exam will supersede the online sample. Questions on this topic may also be sent to email@example.com.
What is ASEP and CSEP Certification?
Certification ASEP If you have just started practicing – or want to start practicing – systems engineering, then ASEP is for you. This certification is for people at the beginning of their career as a systems engineer. The ASEP has “book knowledge” but not yet significant experience as a systems engineer. If you are a practicing Systems Engineer with more than five years of systems engineering professional work experience, then CSEP is for you.
ESEP Exam Proctor
Matthew Tkac, ESEP at CS Communications & Systems, Inc. joined INCOSE in 2008 and was awarded the ESEP certification in 2013. He currently serves as President of the INCOSE New England Chapter. Over the last 31 years, he has held various positions in systems engineering. Presently, he is the President and Chief Engineer of CS Communication & Systems, Inc., a US subsidiary of CS Communication & Systems, France. In this role he is responsible for the business aspects as well as the technical aspects of the software and systems engineering activities for various clients in the aerospace and automotive industries. The role provides him the opportunity to understand not only the technical aspects of the engineering assignments, but the program management of these tasks, as well as the management of the engineers within the company. Within his career, he had been involved in many different systems engineering products. These products range from control systems for engines and aircraft, vehicle systems and propulsion, protection and monitoring systems, and communication systems for both commercial and military programs. He has hosted systems engineering forums, presented topics, and provided training to engineers as well as managers.