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  • SECC

    Established by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology in June 2001, the Software Engineering Competence Center (SECC) aims to boost the software industry in Egypt by improving software engineering practices to achieve a strong presence in the global market.

    Affiliated to the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) since 2005, SECC provides leading technology services that enhance the efficiency of IT companies and improve their internal capabilities. It focuses on setting industry standards by organizing a series of workshops and training courses that will enable these companies to assimilate and implement modern technology.
    SECC also seeks to change the concepts of software company management to comply with international specifications and standards, provide the necessary support to encourage the transfer of software modern technologies and encourage Egyptian companies to export their software products and work with international companies.

    For further information on SECC, please visit: SECC website

    Training Tracks
    SECC training services offerings are designed to support learners in achieving their goals. SECC leverages the latest distributed learning technology to make more cost-effective, more flexible and more rapidly deployed training solutions to help companies create their own competitive advantage.

    Agile Software Development
    This track is designed to provide participants by practice with comprehensive overview of Agile concepts, methods and techniques, as well as the full cycle of Agile development from the perspective of the programmer.

    Who Can Apply
    § Anyone involved or concerned with software development efforts or outcomes, including project managers, software developers, testers, team leaders, Quality Assurance (QA), analysts, User Interface (UI)/User Experience (UX) specialists, etc.

    This track is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts of Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) for development and for services to software engineering practitioners to help organizations improve their ability in developing and maintaining quality products, as well as ensuring quality services are delivered to customers and end users.

    Who Can Apply
    § Product developers and process implementers
    § Anyone interested in learning about CMMI®
    § Service providers and customers
    § Process improvement practitioners and champions
    § Appraisal team members
    § Instructors and lead appraisers
    § Professionals interested in service management concepts

    COBIT 5
    COBIT 5 is the latest edition of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) globally accepted framework. It provides guidance to executives and those charged with making decisions concerning the use of technology in support of organizational objectives. COBIT 5 helps business leaders address the needs of all stakeholders across the enterprise and ultimately maximize the value from information and technology.

    Who Can Apply
    § Business managers, chief executives, information security and IT practitioners
    § Consultants and those looking to gain an insight into the enterprise governance of IT and looking to be certified as a COBIT implementer or assessor

    Innovation Management
    It is a practical learning experience that is realized through a series of workshops that simulates the harsh business environment, a journey through which learners will know how to generate ideas and validate their feasibility through systematic approaches. Learners will collaborate to generate ideas for a product/service, assess and evaluate their ideas and make sure all the business aspects are covered by generating the Business Model Canvas for this product.

    Who Can Apply
    § Managers and decision makers of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs)

    ITIL Training
    This track offers participants with general awareness of the key elements of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Service lifecycle includes the linkages between lifecycle stages, the processes used and their contribution to service management practices.

    Who Can Apply
    § Individuals who require a basic understanding of the ITIL® framework and how it may be used to enhance the quality of IT service management within an organization
    § IT professionals working within an organization that adopted ITIL® who need to contribute to an ongoing service improvement program. This may include, but is not limited to, IT professionals, business managers and business process owners

    ITIL Agile Implementation
    Implementing ITIL in practice would naturally require an iterative approach that leverages the interaction between processes to ensure consistency. This is exactly what the ITIL Agile Implementation SPOT series is providing: each SPOT will take the learner through an implementation cycle across the various ITIL phases and processes, connecting them together.

    Who Can Apply
    § IT service managers
    § IT service practitioners
    § Service catalogue managers
    § IT service quality managers
    § IT process improvement managers and practitioners

    Personal Software Process (PSP)/Team Software Process (TSP)
    This track is designed to provide engineers with a disciplined personal framework for doing software work. It consists of a set of methods, forms and scripts that show software engineers how to plan, measure and manage their work.

    Who Can Apply
    § Software engineers, professionals and developers
    § Software engineering instructors and students
    § Software engineering process professionals
    § Software process improvement specialists
    § Software quality management professionals and instructors
    § Third-party vendors of software engineering or quality systems and training

    Reuse Training
    This track provides a set of comprehensive courses that cover various basic and advanced software reuse technologies which can be adapted to develop new software products from previously developed software artifacts.

    Who Can Apply
    § Managers, technical leaders, software developers, software analysts and software architects.

    Semantic Web Technology
    The aim of these courses is that participants understand the representation and the process of knowledge in the semantic web, an evolving extension of the worldwide web, in which the meaning of the information and the services on the web are defined.

    Who Can Apply
    § Web developers/administrators
    § Digital libraries developers/managers
    § Knowledge/information management researchers and architects
    § Marketing solutions designers/developers
    § Business/marketing managers

    Six Sigma
    This track is designed to offer participants the fundamentals of the Six Sigma concepts as an integrated proven approach for improving business performance.

    Who Can Apply
    § Software and IT service managers
    § Software and IT quality managers and specialists
    § Software engineers, designers and architects
    § IT service delivery and operation specialists

    Software Design Architecture
    This track provides participants with a sound technical exposure to the concepts, principles, methods and best practices in software architecture.

    Who Can Apply
    § Software architects/designers
    § Technical leaders
    § Senior application developers

    Software Testing
    The main objective of this track is to provide participants with the concepts, methodologies techniques and tools necessary for software testing.

    Who Can Apply
    § Test team leaders, test managers and developers who are involved in test automation activities.

    Systems Management Improvement
    This track is designed to develop and improve the skills required to plan and manage the implementation of software projects.

    Who Can Apply
    § Project managers, team leaders, business analysts and those new to running a software development project
    § Anyone looking to refresh their knowledge of software project management techniques

    TOGAF 9
    This course is designed to enable candidates to develop the knowledge of the terminology and basic concepts of the Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF®) 9 and principles of enterprise architecture. Candidates will also be able to analyze and apply knowledge of TOGAF®.

    TOGAF® 9 Foundation and Certified (Level 1 and 2) training courses are accredited by the Open Group®.

    Who Can Apply
    § Enterprise architects
    § IT architects
    § IT managers
    § Business architects
    § Business analysts
    § Data architects
    § Application architects

    DevOps refers to a set of practices that emphasize the continuous collaboration and communication between software developers and IT professionals—in the process of developing, distributing and installing software within an organization—and the existing information infrastructure. It aims to create a culture and environment where building, testing, and releasing software can happen rapidly, frequently and more reliably.

    The course is designed to help participants understand the meaning of DevOps, its value from technical and business perspective, and understand and apply methodologies related to DevOps.
    Who Can Apply
    § Software developers/managers
    § IT operations specialists/managers
    § Team leaders, Testers
    § Release managers

    Global Sourcing Standards
    This course aims to introduce the key principles of outsourcing practices of the Global Sourcing Standards (GSS).  The course aims to provide participants with an understanding of GSS and its structure, strategic leadership, relationship management, implementation challenges, case studies and others.

    Who Can Apply
    § Supplier relationship managers
    § Contract managers
    § Sourcing account managers
    § Procurement managers involved in sourcing
    § Operations managers in sourcing provider organizations

    Open Data
    Open data is the idea that some data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control.
    Open Data for Everyone
    During this course, participants will learn what open data is, what are its benefits and potential opportunities. Participants will also practice how to discover and use open data as per its license and certificates.

    Who Can Apply
    § Decision makers, managers, researchers and policy advisors
    § Analysts, strategists, application developers
    § Data owners and data publishers

    Open Data in Practice
    The course aims to provide participants with information on open data definition, characteristics and benefits, project lifecycle, platforms, hands-on experience and an overview on open data enabling technologies.

    Who Can Apply
    § Individuals and teams who want to learn how to publish, consume and exploit open data to improve efficiency, create new services and act on opportunities.

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