have programmes targeted at companies wishing to undertake
Software Process Improvement. Each is based around a different
process improvement model (ISO 9001:2000 and SPICE) and each
provides a combination of training and mentoring to help you
and your company achieve your goals.
also run 2 programmes aimed at the individual. One is aimed
at realitively inexperienced staff and covers a wide range
of software engineering topics. The other is aimed at new
or existing project managers and provides in-depth training
in that area.
Implementation Support Programme for ISO 9001:2000
has been offered by CSE for many years and provides
a low cost option for small software companies wanting
to implement a Quality System but without the internal
expertise to do it on their own. Although the programme
uses ISO 9001:2000 as a framework many companies have
used it without ever wanting ISO certification.
Training Programme is aimed at recent graduates
with,at least, 6-months of experience working in industry
and is designed to round off undergraduate skills already
gained. The programme emphasises 'real-world' issues,
and material not generally covered, or appropriate,
within normal undergraduate courses, but which is essential
for effective good practice in employment as a software
SPI - the easy way programme has been designed
to help companies through their first improvement project.
This is done in conjunction with a Mentor, so there
is no need to feel isolated or uncertain at any point.
An assessment is carried out, using the SPICE model,
to ensure that the project, selected and undertaken
within the programme, will meet the business needs of
Project Management Training Programme is aimed
at those who have responsibility for a software project,
or who may have in the future. It will also be of interest
to Project Managers who require an in-depth review of