Delayed Exam Transition to SEHv4 is good news!

INCOSE’s original plan was to release the new SE Handbook version 4 (SEHv4) earlier this year, right after ISO 15288 standard, Systems and software engineering-System life cycle processes, was released. Which was supposed to be in January 2015. Well as they say, “Best laid plans of mice and men.” Turns out the  ISO 15288 standard wasn't published until 15 May 2015 so INCOSE will not be publishing SEHv4 until mid July. Just in time for the INCOSE SE International Symposium.

Even though this delay may be frustrating, there is a silver lining  … because of the delay in publishing SEHv4, INCOSE  will now continue offering the current exam, based on SE Handbook version 3.2 through 31 December 2015.  This will be the default exam for all candidates unless you submit a formal Request for the vs 4 exam.

So we no longer have the June 30th cut-off date hanging over our heads. We now have a December 31st cut-off date hanging over our heads. Read about the changes at the INCOSE website and the INCOSE Certification Blog

So if you ever thought about getting SE Certified, this may be the time to do it. The new handbook will have more pages and processes, so sign up NOW and learn SEHv3.2 before the December 31, 2015 deadline. Our video course  allows you to study at your own pace and in your time frame. So sign-up now. Keep in mind, SEHv4  will have 31 processes, while the older SE Handbook had 26.