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TRAINING CATALOGUE

2015

All courses can be animated in French or English

RISK MANAGEMENT

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Reliability, availability, maintainability

& safety (RAMS)

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Dynamic modelling

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Software reliability

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FIDES methodology

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Integrated logistic support (ILS)

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Optimisation of life cycle cost (LCC)

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Information system safety

AERONAUTICAL

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Certification

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Regulations

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Software & system design process assurance (ARP 4754A - 4761, DO-178, DO-254,…)

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Aeronautical safety

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ATM safety

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MRB process, MSG-3 method

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SMS in aviation

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Our positioning

APSYS brings a global vision of the life cycle of

products and systems

APSYS assists you in the identification and implementation of improvement areas, increasing your operational performance on the following levels : Technological and organisational : safety of systems, products, processes and people

Economic and regulatory : selection of the best solutions in the face of contraints present in your

Our tools

APSYS develops software tools and offers

an expertise allowing the management and the optimisation of your complex systems’ performance, thoughout their life cycle

APSYS expertise in RAMS and the software package SIMFIA assist you in optimising the design relative to technical performance

APSYS expertise in integrated logistic

solutions in the face of contraints present in your environment and market

Commercial : customer satisfaction through safety and risk management as assets to your business performance

More about us : www.apsys.eads.net

APSYS expertise in integrated logistic

support activities and the software package SIMLOG allow the optimizations of maintenance policies relating to their costs and to their operational performance

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Duration Page

1.1 RAMS (methodological tools) 3 days 4

1.2 Dynamic modeling 1 or 2 days 5

1.3 Software reliability 1 or 2 days 6

1.4 FIDES (implementation of the methodology) 1 day 7

1.5 Railway RAMS 2 days 8

1.6 CEI 61511 and CEI 61508 standards 1, 2 or 3 d. 9 1.8 SIMFIA (software applied to use cases) 2 days 10 1.9 Logistic support (integrated logistic support, logistic support analysis,

optimisation of life cycle cost, configuration management)

5 days 11

1.9.1 Integrated logistic support (ILS) 3 days 12

1.9.2 Optimization of life cycle cost (LCC) 1 day 13

1.9.3 Configuration management (CM) 1 day 14

1.11 SIMLOG (software applied to use cases) 2 days 15

1.13 Information system safety 2 days 16

2.1 Aeronautical safety (certification, ARP 4754A / ARP 4761, aeronautic safety équipment) 5 days 17 2.1.1 Certification 1 day 18 Courses

AERONAUTICAL

RISK MANAGEMENT

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2.1.1 Certification 1 day 18

2.1.2 ARP 4754A / ARP 4761 (safety process) 2 days 19

2.1.3 Safety équipment aéronautic 2 days 20

2.2 System / equipment aeronautical certification 5 days 21 2.3 Awareness of aeronautical equipment certification 0,5 day 22

2.4 ARP 4754A (complete process) 3 days 23

2.5 Continued airworthiness (safety process) 0,5 day 24

2.6.1 DO-178B / ED-12B 2 days 25

2.6.2 DO-178B to DO-178C : analysing changes 2 days 26

2.6.3 DO-178C / ED-12C 2 days 27

2.7 DO-254 / ED-80 3 days 28

2.8 DO-200A / ED-76 0,5 day 29

2.9 Overview of SMS in aviation 0,5 day 30

2.10 EASA regulation related to airworthiness 1 or 2 d. 31

2.11 Regulation EASA PART 66 & 147 2 days 32

2.12 Regulation EASA PART 21 2 days 33

2.13 Regulation EASA PART 145 2 days 34

2.14 Regulation EASA PART M 2 days 35

2.15 MSG-3 method 1 day 36

2.16 MRB Process - MSG-3 method 3 or 4 d. 37

2.17 ATM Safety (regulation aspects, RAMS tools, SAM method) 4 days 38

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Course 1.1

People concerned

Training location

Training session date

Objectives

To learn the different reliability engineering methods and techniques through examples and to study safety & reliability engineering on a real case

Learning by breakdown or accident was for a long time the main means to master the reliability and the safety for improve systems

The growing complexity of industrial systems and the various ways in which technology influences everyday life, combined with the necessity to reduce design and operating costs created a new science in the second half of the 20th century : reliability engineering

Considered as a science, just as physics, reliability engineering implies the implementation of methods and the use of specific tools and models

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Project leaders

Reliability engineers / technicians

Design office managers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

RAMS

(methodological tools)

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

case

Integrate reliability requirements in a program or project development

Program

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RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability, safety)

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Functional analysis

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Allocation targets

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Reliability block diagram and associated computations

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Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)

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Fault tree and associated computations

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Case study in parallel with theoretical modules

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

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Course 1.2

DYNAMIC MODELING

The traditional methods of reliability allow a first evaluation of average or instant indicators by the use of static models. These don’t take into account sophisticated hypotheses such as environmental requirements, resources management (team maintenance, spare parts,...), the temporisation of the processes, the impact of the failures on the performances, …

The consideration of these hypotheses requires behavioral modeling system and describing the dynamic aspects related to the occurrence of events

AltaRica data flow language describes this behavior by modeling finite state automata. The tool SIMFIA can be used as a graphical interface to

facilitate the modeling

Training location

Training session date

Duration : 1 or 2 day

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Project leaders Reliability engineers / technicians

Design office managers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Objectives

Program

To learn and master main principles of dynamic modeling using both deterministic and probabilistic behavior descriptions

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Why dynamic modeling ?

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AltaRica and other languages

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Modeling principles (fiunctional vs dysfonctional)

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Modeling of classic RAMS mechanisms : cold redundancy, reconfiguration, FDIR (fault detection, isolation and recovery), resource sharing

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Case study

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

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Qualitative approach, from the adaptation of the FMECA methodology known as SEEA (software effects errors analysis)

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Quantitative approach, on the basis of analogies concerned with the failure rate used in material reliability

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Formal approach using appropriated language to provide evidence of a property normally verified by a code or a non-realised fatal event

Course 1.3

Software reliability is a major part of systems analysis, as software component represents an increasingly important amount of the different technologies represented within a system

In order to find and to improve this reliability, different approaches have been developed :

SOFTWARE RELIABILITY

Training location

Training session date

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Project leaders Reliability engineers / technicians

Design office managers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Objectives

To study the principles, the pros and cons and the application fields of the different methods used in software risk analysis

Program

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Software reliability methods

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Software effects errors analysis (SEEA)

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Quantitative methods

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Formal methods

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Consideration of software reliability in various domains : IEC 61508, EN 50126, 50128 and 50129 (rail), ISO 26262 (automotive), D0-178 (aeronautic),… Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

Contact

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

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The existence of models for both electric, electronic,

electro-mechanical components and electronic cards or sub-assemblies

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To point out the technologic and physic factors which play an identified role in reliability

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To consider precisely the mission profile, the electric, mechanic and heat accidental overloads, the failures due to development and operating and maintenance process

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The possibility to distinguish the different suppliers of a same component

Course 1.4

Training session date

FIDES is a methodology for reliability assessment and management which enables, even in severe environments, precise estimations of the electronic predicted reliability

It also provides a guide for reliability process management Its main characteristics are :

FIDES

(implementation of the methodology)

Duration : 1 day

People concerned

Number of delegates

Project leaders Reliability engineers / technicians

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Objectives

To have a general understanding of FIDES methodology and its effects To know the different tools

To be able to implement a tool on an actual application (components) component

Program

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Method of predicted reliability evaluation in electronics

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FIDES methodology (UTE-C80-811) with parameters analyses

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FIDES tools

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Application on a case study (component)

If possible, it is asked to come to training with a laptop

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

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Training location

Objectives

To discover the standards and their application on the system design of railway projects

To manage the risk all along the project life cycle

Course 1.5

Training session date

Railways projects are regulated by strong legislative reference and standardisation which aims at defining and achieving a certain level of safety and RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability, safety) required In a context of National Rail applications and building of interoperable network, the requirements in terms of reliability, maintainability, availability and safety are ever increasing and require a perfect mastery of these parameters by the railway manufacturers

RAILWAY RAMS

People concerned

Number of delegates

Project leaders Reliability engineers Design office engineers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

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Legal standards aspects

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Risk and its acceptability

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Main principles of safety

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RAMS methods in railways

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EN-50126 Standard and the project life cycle

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EN-50128 Standard and the software life cycle

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EN-50129 Standard and regulations

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Study example : risk acceptability

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

Contact

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

To have a general understanding of CEI 61508 and CEI 61511 standards To understand the concept of safety integrity level (SIL)

To be able to build a safety case compliant with standards

Course 1.6

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

The growing use of electric and electronic programmable systems of increasing complexity in the implementation of safety functions has led to the issue of CEI 61508 and CEI 61511 standards

They are to be used as a guide in decision making and define a development method for the general safety rules, enabling a high level of safety to be achieved (risk management), economic benefits (cost management) and a strong relationship between functions, systems, hardware and software (design management)

CEI 61511 AND CEI 61508

STANDARDS

Duration : 1, 2 or 3 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Project leaders Reliability engineers Quality system engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

To be able to build a safety case compliant with standards

Program

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Presentation of CEI 61508 and CEI 61511 standards

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Safety life cycle of electrical, electronic, programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES)

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Safety Functions (instrumented or not) and protection layers

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Specification of safety related requirements

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Methods for spécification of required Safety integrity Levels

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Design and engineering of a Safety Instrumented System

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Methods for evaluation of theoretical SIL for a given design

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Design constraints while implementing a Safety Function with a specified SIL

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Please contact us

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

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Training location

Objectives

Course 1.8

Training session date

Model, Simulate, Estimate

Based on knowledge coming from an equipment, system or process functional and dysfunctional analysis, SIMFIA enables to analyse and simulate its global behaviour and to automate reliability studies

SIMFIA (software

applied to use cases)

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To allocate data (availability, MTBF, MTTR, …)

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To analyse and simulate a system global behaviour and to automate reliability, availability and safety studies with a group of modules SIMFIA is a simulation workshop for reliability study and system engineering which, based on knowledge acquisition from different languages issued from functional analysis, enables :

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 6 delegates Design office engineers implied in risk management

Reliability engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

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Presentation of SIMFIA language and of all steps necessary for a SIMFIA model building :

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Internal and external functional analysis

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Creation of blocks, functions and states

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Polynomial input (functional and dysfunctional logic)

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Creation of phases and missions

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Static modelling and presentation of different processing modules DIAGFIA, SAFETY, FMECA

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Dynamic modelling with ALTARICA language and use of the SIMUL module

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

reliability, availability and safety studies with a group of modules organised around a hardcore which is the heart: SOFIA hardcore

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Homogenisation and quick update of all reliability evaluations issued from modules : fault trees, FMECA, diagnosis …

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

To study the procedures, techniques, processes and the different ways to integrate support in the design phase of the product

To study the implementation of an appropriated design and specification methodology of cost models

To get the knowledge of configuration notions (from the contracting authority point of view) and of configuration management (from both points of view of the prime contractor/supplier and the contracting authority/customer)

Course 1.9

Training session date

ILS is an approach concurrent to the industrial phases of design, development and realization, with the aim of affording a complete support system for the whole lifespan of the new system or product, at an optimized cost

INTEGRATED LOGISTIC SUPPORT

(integrated logistic support, logistic support analysis,

life cycle cost, configuration management)

Program

Duration : 5 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Logistic managers Project leaders ILS managers Maintenance engineers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Thomas MATTER +33 (0)4 42 89 99 98 thomas.matter@apsys.eads.net

Integrated logistic support (3 days) – Course 1.7.1

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ILS presentation

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RAMS and ILS

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Regulations aspects

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Logistic support analysis (LSA)

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Support elements

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Basis for LSA

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Identification of maintenance tasks

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Management of ILS

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Study examples an case study

Optimization of life cycle cost (LCC) (1 day) – Course 1.7.2

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Life cycle cost (LCC)

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Method of model building

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Evaluation of cost items

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Level of repair analysis (LORA)

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Spare supplying methods

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Exercises

Configuration management (CM) (1 day) – Coursee 1.7.3

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Bases, needs and activities linked to CM

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Configuration identification, control, accounting, verification and audit

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Support of CM tools

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Technical data management system

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Examples of CM issues for a nuclear plant and a military vehicle

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Proprietary examples on demand

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

To study the procedures, techniques, processes and the different ways

Course 1.9.1

Training session date

ILS engineering allows optimisation of the operating and maintenance systems

Unite the skills of engineering studies, production and after sales service is taken into account in maintenance requirements from the design phase, thanks to the results of studies on dependability, we now get the best compromise between availability and maintenance cost

ILS takes into account the full life cycle of systems or products, including the final dismantling and / or recycling

ILS is the best way to prepare MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) during the operational phase

INTEGRATED LOGISTIC SUPPORT

People concerned

Number of delegates

Logistic managers Project leaders ILS managers Maintenance engineers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

To study the procedures, techniques, processes and the different ways to integrate support in the design phase of the product

Program

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ILS presentation

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RAMS and ILS

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Regulations aspects

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Logistic support analysis (LSA)

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Support elements

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Basis for LSA

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Identification of maintenance tasks

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Management of ILS

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Study examples

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Case study

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Thomas MATTER +33 (0)4 42 89 99 98 thomas.matter@apsys.eads.net

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Objectives

To study the implementation of an appropriated design and specification The LCC optimization uses all the parameters of the system’s life cycle and anything liable to impact the value of this global cost

The variables concerned by this optimisation are :

OPTIMIZATION OF LIFE

CYCLE COST (LCC)

Training location

Training session date

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The trade-off of development cost versus maintenance costs (investment against return on investment)

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The optimum choice of the maintenance policy : when to replace, or to repair, to take the decision of discarding, repairing or subcontracting the failing items (level of repair analysis (LORA))

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The resources available : spare parts, crew, support equipments,…

Course 1.9.2

Duration : 1 day

People concerned

Number of delegates

Logistic managers Project leaders ILS managers Quality engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

To study the implementation of an appropriated design and specification methodology of cost models

Program

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Life cycle cost (LCC)

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Method of model building

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Evaluation of cost items

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Level of repair analysis (LORA)

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Spare supplying methods

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Exercises

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Thomas MATTER +33 (0)4 42 89 99 98 thomas.matter@apsys.eads.net

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

To get the knowledge of configuration notions (from the contracting authority point of view) and of configuration management (from both points of view of the prime contractor/supplier and the contracting authority/customer)

To understand the challenge of managing this activity : customer’s requirements, supplier’s configuration management planning, change

Course 1.9.3

Training session date

Dealing with complex systems acquisition and operation and support, CM can no longer be ignored

CM is in fact the only means to keep traceability over changes and evolutions for both equipments and software during the whole lifespan, from design to scrapheap

CONFIGURATION

MANAGEMENT (CM)

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Project leaders Quality engineers Design office managers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

requirements, supplier’s configuration management planning, change proposals and impacts & change implementation status

Program

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Bases, needs and activities linked to CM

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Configuration identification, control, accounting, verification and audit

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Information

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Support of CM tools

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Technical data management system

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Example of CM issues for a nuclear plant

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Example of CM issues for a military vehicle

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Proprietary examples on demand

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Thomas MATTER +33 (0)4 42 89 99 98 thomas.matter@apsys.eads.net

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

Course 1.11

Training session date

Optimise the maintenance by costs

From physical and functional component definition, support geographic breakdown, reliability and maintainability data and on maintenance policy, SIMLOG enables to assist the logistician when setting up logistic support elements for one or more repairable systems or systems of system

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Allocate in an optimised way resources in stocks, personnel, test and support equipments based on different keys such as operational SIMLOG is a simulation workshop which enables you to simulate, evaluate and to optimise a support system common to several operational systems by :

Duration : 2 days

SIMLOG (software

applied to use cases)

People concerned

Number of delegates

ILS engineers ILS managers Maintenance policy optimisation leaders Life cycle cost engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

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Operational systems modelling, from maintenance concepts to each article maintenance policy

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Initial spares optimisation and restocking evaluation

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Design methods of customised cost model

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Level of repair analysis (LORA)

support equipments based on different keys such as operational availability, stock shortage probability, based on sites or articles

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Specify, in a personalised way, life cycle cost (LCC) models describing all costs generated during systems life and to make selective simulation to analyse sensitivity drivers

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 6 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day Please contact us

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Training location

Objectives

Course 1.13

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY

Computers are found everywhere in the modern company. They play an essential role in the efficient functioning of an organization. However, what risks does this bring to the company, are they understood, are they managed ? Put simply, are managers fully aware of all the risks involved ? This training course provides a general study of information systems security, based on international standards and best practice

To identify the principal risks and the associated threats to company information systems and IT networks

To optimise risk reduction through use of technical, organisational and legal means

People concerned

Number of delegates

System – Network engineers, technicians, consultants Project leaders

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Program

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Introduction

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Foundation for information system security

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Principal risks and threats

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Governance of information systems

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Compliance vs. risk management

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ISO 27000

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Best practice

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Information system security careers

To provide an overview of threats and potential vulnerabilities To present different methods of risk management and best practice To present the principle information security standards

Number of delegates

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Please contact us

Schedule : 9 am - 5 pm / 7 hours per day

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Emmanuel ARBARETIER +33 (0)1 72 87 96 66 emmanuel.arbaretier@apsys.eads.net

Contact

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Objectives

Course 2.1

Program

This training shows the certification and safety basics

AERONAUTICAL SAFETY

(certification, ARP 4754 A / ARP 4761,

aeronautic safety équipment)

Training location

Training session date

The goal and the context of the certification, the participants role and responsibilities, the type of certification, the individual certificate and the changes certification

Identification and risk assessment processes during embedded systems design

Different methods and safety analysis techniques applied to aeronautic equipment

Duration : 5 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates

Engineers involved in highly integrated or complex aircraft system design Team leaders

Safety studies engineers

Maintenance and support engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Frédéric BIOLET +33 (0)5 61 30 99 38 frederic.biolet@apsys.eads.net

Documentation supplied

Training session cost

Maximum of 12 delegates

1 comprehensive document

Certification (1 day) – Course 2.1.1

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Introduction, responsibilities, regulation

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Type certification: organisation, steps

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Link with continued airworthiness

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The DOA, the STC

Safety process ARP 4754 A et ARP 4761 (2 days) – Course 2.1.2

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Basics reminder, safety objectives

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Fulfilling of different types of analysis (FHA, SSA, CMA, ZSA, PRA…) at aircraft and system level : objectives and methods

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Links between the different analysis activities

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Links with the other design activities

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Tools

Safety équipment aéronautic (2 days) – Course 2.1.3

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Impacts of DAL requirement and safety on equipments architectures and safety analysis methodology

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Reliability evaluation / FMEA

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Evaluation of occurrence probabilities

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SEU analysis

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Common modes analysis (CMA)

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IEHA analysis

APSYS is a partner or member of

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Objectives

To teach delegates about :

Course 2.1.1

A civil aircraft can only fly if it obtains airworthiness certificate delivered by the authorities

The obtaining of this certificate needs a high level of involvement from both the manufacturers and the authorities (FAA, EASA) during the complete life cycle of the aircraft

This training course presents the certification bases in the aeronautic field

CERTIFICATION

Training location

Project engineers / managers

Training session date

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Objectives and context of certification

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Roles and responsibilities of the different actors

People concerned

Number of delegates

Documentation supplied

Maximum of 12 delegates Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

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Introduction

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Responsibilities

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Regulation

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Certification type : organisation, steps

+

Link with continued airworthiness

+

The DOA

+

The STC

+

+

Process and organisation to obtain a type certification and the individual certificate

+

Certification of changes/modifications

Contact

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Objectives

To know the process for performing safety assessment on civil airborne systems and equipment

Course 2.1.2

To comply with a high and acceptable safety level, the embedded systems must be designed in a structured process, giving the insurance that the regulatory safety will be completed

A large number of analyses is necessary at every aircraft development stage

ARP 4754 A / ARP 4761

(safety process)

Training location

Training session date

Duration : 2 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates

Engineers involved in highly integrated or complex aircraft system design Team leaders

Safety studies engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

+

Basics reminder

+

Safety objectives

+

Fulfilling of different types of analysis (FHA, SSA, CMA, ZSA, PRA…)

+

Objectives, methods, traps

+

Links between the different analysis activities

+

Links with the other design activities

+

Tools

Option of organising this training over 4 days with theory and practical examples

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Frédéric BIOLET +33 (0)5 61 30 99 38 frederic.biolet@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

To learn the different methods and techniques of safety analysis as applied to aeronautical equipments (theoretical course and applied exercises) - ARP 4754 A and ARP 4761 standards

Course 2.1.3

Objectives are :

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

AERONAUTIC

Training location

Training session date

+

To acquire knowledge about the global process of safety analysis for aeronautical equipment

+

To understand the impacts of safety development requirements on the equipment’s architecture and on the safety analysis methodologies to implement

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Maintenance and customer support engineers

Project leaders ILS managers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Program

+

Impacts of DAL requirements and safety on the equipment’s architecture and safety analysis methodology

+

Reliability evaluation / FMEA

+

Evaluation of occurrence probabilities

+

SEU analysis

+

Common modes analysis

+

IEHA analysis

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Frédéric BIOLET +33 (0)5 61 30 99 38 frederic.biolet@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

Course 2.2

Program

+

Certification (1 day)

+

Introduction, responsibilities, regulation

This training presents the certification for an aeronautical equipment or system

SYSTEM / EQUIPMENT

AERONAUTICAL CERTIFICATION

Training location

Training session date

Acquire a general knowledge of the purpose and context of aircraft and system certification

Knowing the whole process ARP 4754 A applied when designing an aircraft and embedded system and process ARP 4761 (safety)

Know the standards DO-178 B/C and DO-254

Duration : 5 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates

Engineers involved in highly integrated or complex aircraft system design Team leaders

Safety studies engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

+

Introduction, responsibilities, regulation

+

Type certification: organisation, steps

+

Link with continued airworthiness

+

The DOA

+

ARP 4754 A (1 day)

+

Impacts of DAL requirement and safety on equipments architectures and safety analysis methodology

+

Process: systems development, process certification & integration, requirements determination, requirements validation, configuration management, quality assurance

+

Processus safety ARP 4761 (1 day)

+

Fulfilling of different types of analysis (FHA, SSA, CMA, ZSA, PRA…)

+

Objectives and methods

+

DO-178 B/C (1 day)

+

General presentation of DO-178B/C standard

+

Best practice

+

Interactions with certification authorities

+

DO-254 (1 day)

+

General presentation of DO-254 standard

+

Best practice

+

Interactions with certification authorities

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

Course 2.3

Program

+

Introduction and basics reminder for regulations

This training/awareness expose the basics and constraints of the certification of aeronautical equipment as part of a development

AWARENESS OF AERONAUTICAL

EQUIPMENT CERTIFICATION

Raise awareness to the certification of the aeronautical equipment to better understand the technical, organisational and financial constraints associated with Regulation and with applicable standards : ARP 4754 A, ARP 4761, DO-254 and DO-178

Training location

Executive managers Purchases managers Quality managers Sales managers Technical managers Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

People concerned

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

+

Introduction and basics reminder for regulations

+

Overview in safety aviation

+

ARP 4761 : safety analyses

+

ARP 4754 A : DAL level and its impact on development

+

DO-254 and DO-178 : their impact on development

+

DOA and APDOA (Part 21) : interest and responsibility for equipment certification and obtaining ETSO/TSO

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Training location

Objectives

Course 2.4

To achieve a high and acceptable level of safety. The embedded systems must be carefully designed in a structured process, giving assurance that the regulatory safety requirements will be complied Today, with the increased complexity of systems, it cannot be assumed that systems operate accurately and reliably only by extensive testing It is difficult (if not impossible) to guarantee that the product has been developed “free of errors” by relying only on tests of the final product This is why, for certification, airworthiness authorities require the development of systems to strictly follow processes that minimise the risk of design errors

ARP 4754 A gives a framework and recommendations to perform the development of such systems with reasonable confidence that design errors have been avoided or removed

ARP 4754 A

(complete process)

Training session date

Duration : 3 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Project managers System design engineers Quality engineers Reliability engineers

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Objectives

To know the process to perform safety assessment on civil airborne systems and equipment

Program

+

Introduction – failure causes

+

Definition and allocation of the FDAL and IDAL (function / item development assurance level) and their impacts on architecture choices and process development

+

Safety estimation

+

Systems development

+

Process certification & integration

+

Requirements determination

+

Requirements validation

+

Process of verification implementation

+

Configuration management

+

Processes assurance

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Training location

Objectives

To illustrate the requirements of IR21A and especially of IR21A.3 which must be answered by every type certificate owner

The IR21A.3 « Failures, malfunctions and defects » contains four paragraphs :

Course 2.5

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

The level of aircraft airworthiness must be maintained constantly and identically during its whole life to the level claimed at the issuance of the Individual airworthiness certificate

CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS

(safety process)

+

System for collection, investigation and analysis of data

+

Reporting to the authority

People concerned

Number of delegates

Reliability engineers / technicians

Project leaders

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Program

+

Position of continued airworthiness in the aircraft life cycle

+

Presentation of IR21A.3 requirements and the AMC/GM associated

+

Manufacturers examples

+

Investigation of reported occurrences

+

Airworthiness directives

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Frédéric BIOLET +33 (0)5 61 30 99 38 frederic.biolet@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

Gain a full understanding of DO-178B / ED-12B objectives (core document) and enable a developer to find the adequate balance between certification constraints and industrial constraints

Course 2.6.1

Program

+

From safety to software development insurance

DO-178 / ED-12 is the international standard that governs the development of airborne software. This document provides a complete guidance on all software engineering aspects with a process and objective oriented approach

DO-178B / ED-12B

Training location

Software engineers Quality engineers

System / software project leaders

Training session date

Duration : 2 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

+

From safety to software development insurance

+

Links with system development

+

Principles of DO-178

+

Introduction to Software life cycle

+

Process general presentation

+

Interfaces between systems and software process

+

Detailed presentation of DO-178B / ED-12B :

+

Software planning

+

Software development

+

Software verification

+

Configuration management

+

Quality insurance

+

Associated data

+

Good and bad practices

+

Relations with authorities : how to succeed in certification ?

+

Tools qualification

+

Alternative means and “hot topics”

+

Future and prospect : DO-178C

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Objectives

Acquire a complete view of the changes brought by the version C of

Course 2.6.2

DO-178 / ED-12 is the international standard that governs the development of airborne software. This document provides a complete guidance on all software engineering aspects with a process and objective oriented approach

In 20 years, airborne software size and complexity has dramatically increased; software engineering practices have evolved accordingly, and new problematics have appeared

The joint EUROCAE/RTCA committee that was in charge of DO-178 / ED-12 revision has tried to update the standard not only by improving and clarifying the existing text, but also by developing new technical supplements dedicated to particular software engineering trends

DO-178B to DO-178C :

analyzing changes

Training location

Training session date

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Software engineers Quality engineers

System / software project leaders

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Acquire a complete view of the changes brought by the version C of DO-178 / ED-12 in order to enable impact analysis on existing processes (for specific training on a specific supplement, please contact us)

Program

+

Why DO-178C / ED-12C ?

+

Detailed description of the changes made on Core Document.

+

Presentation of DO-330 / ED-215 « Tool Qualification »

+

Presentation of DO-331 / ED-218 « Model Based Development »

+

Presentation of DO-333 / ED-216 « Formal Methods »

+

Presentation of DO-332 / ED-217 « Object Oriented and Related Technics »

This training is aimed at people who have already a good understanding of DO-178B

Contact

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Objectives

Gain a full understanding of DO-178C / ED-12C objectives (core document) and enable a developer to find the adequate balance between certification constraints and industrial constraints (for supplement :

Course 2.6.3

DO-178 / ED-12 is the international standard that governs the development of airborne software. This document provides a complete guidance on all software engineering aspects with a process and objective oriented approach

In 20 years, airborne software size and complexity has dramatically increased; software engineering practices have evolved accordingly, and new problematics have appeared

The joint EUROCAE/RTCA committee that was in charge of DO-178 / ED-12 revision has tried to update the standard not only by improving and clarifying the existing text, but also by developing new technical supplements dedicated to particular software engineering trends. As a consequence, DO-178C has now a modular architecture: a core document, close to DO-178B, surrounded by a set of technical supplements that address object oriented technologies, model based development, formal methods, and software tools

Training location

Training session date

DO-178C / ED-12C

Duration : 2 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Software engineers Quality engineers

System / software project leaders Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

certification constraints and industrial constraints (for supplement :

contact us)

Program

+

Design errors

+

Historic, and main principles of DO-178

+

Software life cycle overview

+

Software process overview

+

Relationships between system and software processes

+

Detailed presentation of DO-178C/ ED-12C

+

Planning process

+

Development process

+

Verification process

+

Configuration management

+

Quality assurance

+

Life cycle data

+

Good and bad practices

+

Summary of changes implemented by revision C

+

Relationship with certification authorities

+

Tools qualification

+

Alternate means and hot topics

+

Supplement presentation (Option)

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

To master the safety of electronic equipments from a conception insurance obtained from the best use of aeronautic programmes

Course 2.7

Program

In order to guarantee the equipments safety in aircrafts (electronic equipment and material), the world wide aeronautic community chose a development process oriented approach

This approach has led to decline all development requirements collected in a referential document: DO 254 / ED80, accepted by European and American aeronautic certification authorities

DO-254 / ED-80

Training location

Training session date

+

Introduction

+

From safety to hardware conception insurance

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Quality engineers Reliability engineers System project leaders

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

+

From safety to hardware conception insurance

+

Links with system development

+

Problem of designing equipment insurance (SRU, LRU, electrical cards)

+

Case of Memo CM SWCEH-001 of EASA

+

Interface between System and Hardware processes

+

Detailed presentation of DO-254

+

Development planning

+

Development

+

Verification

+

Configuration management

+

Quality insurance

+

Associated data

+

Good and bad practice

+

Relations with authorities how to succeed in certification ?

+

Qualification of design tools and verification

+

How to deal with COTS

+

How to use FFPA in a COMPLEXE design

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

To study methods and means to ensure that the equipment using electronic format of an aeronautical data base does not threaten the data integrity

Course 2.8

Program

DO-200A / ED-76 defines the good practices needed to ensure integrity of the information included in aeronautical data bases used in on-board software

DO-200A / ED-76 is recognised by both European and American certification authorities

DO-200A / ED-76

Training session date

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training location

Duration : 1/2 day

People concerned

Number of delegates

Quality engineers

Software design engineers System / software project leaders with knowledge of DO-178

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Program

+

Description of the production process of an aeronautical data base

+

DO-200A in this process

+

Characterisation of the data included in the data base

+

Verification and validation of databases

+

Tools qualification

+

Respond document of DO-200A

+

Certification aspects, link with DO-200A

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Alexandre JORDAN +33 (0)5 61 30 94 07 alexandre.jordan@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

To have an overview of an SMS and ICAO SARPS, its framework and Any organisation in charge of aviation products or services has now to implement and maintain a Safety Management System in order to show its capability to :

OVERVIEW OF SMS IN AVIATION

Training session date

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training location

All managers in the organization having direct or indirect

responsibility / accountability in

the safety of products or services

+

Identify hazards and manage safety risks encountered during the delivery of its products or services

+

Improve the organisation’s safety performance, by defining safety policies and objectives and promoting the necessary safety awareness and training

This course is intended to present the context of an SMS, its framework as delineated by ICAO and aviation regulations, its implementation scheme and its minimum requirements

Course 2.9

People concerned

Number of delegates

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Contact

To have an overview of an SMS and ICAO SARPS, its framework and implementation scheme

To acquire the necessary knowledge to understand all the main aspects of an SMS and be able to contribute actively to its implementation and maintenance Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Arnaud RAHON +33 (0)5 61 30 99 84 arnaud.rahon@apsys.eads.net

Program

+

Introduction to SMS

+

ICAO regulation

+

Regulatory framework

+

Stakeholders roles and duties

+

The four pillars of an SMS

+

Safety policy

+

Safety Risk Management

+

Safety assurance

+

Safety promotion

Number of delegates

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Training location

Objectives

To understand the principles related to aeronautical airworthiness and organisms charged of watching over it

Every person concerned by airworthiness regulations

Course 2.10

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

Program

The level of aircraft airworthiness must be maintained equal to the one claimed at the issuance of the individual airworthiness certificate during its whole life

That is why regulations and organisms charged of having them applied have been created

EASA REGULATION RELATED

TO AIRWORTHINESS

Duration : 1 or 2 days

People concerned

Number of delegates

Maximum of 12 delegates Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

+

Presentation of the EASA (european aviation safety agency)

+

French aeronautical regulation authorities

+

DGAC (direction générale de l’aviation civile)

+

GSAC (groupement pour le sécurité de l’aviation civile)

+

Airworthiness concepts

+

CE 1592/2002 & 1702/2003 regulation

+

Presentation of the PART 21

+

Presentation of the PART 145

+

Presentation of the PART M

+

Presentation of the PART 66

+

Presentation of the PART 147

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Serge GRANGIER +33 (0)4 42 89 62 64 serge.grangier@apsys.eads.net

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Objectives

To consider the position of PARTS 66 and 147 in national, european and international rules in terms of maintenance and expected evolutions

+

Master and update training and qualifications processes in compliance with European rules evolutions

+

Optimisation of performances and keeping maintenance teams at the best possible level in industry in order to guaranty the best safety level to clients

+

Knowledge of the EASA rules context about trainings and qualification of the people able to deliver back to service authorisation

+

Knowledge of the application modalities of PART 66 and 147 rules

Course 2.11

The requirements in terms of safety in air transportation are very important when it comes to maintenance, training and employee qualifications. The following items have a strategic importance :

REGULATION

EASA PART 66 & 147

Training location

Maintenance workshops managers Quality managers

Certification employees Training centres managers and trainers

Civil aviation authorities Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

People concerned

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

international rules in terms of maintenance and expected evolutions To know the key points of PARTS 66 and 147

To master all requirements detailed in PARTS 66 and 147

To be able to navigate in the numerous texts and use the appropriate information now and in the future

Program

+

Aims of PARTS 66 and 147

+

Links with PART 145

+

Basics and key points of PART 66

+

Detailed presentation of PART 66 requirements

+

Basics and key points of PART 147

+

Detailed presentation of PART 147 requirements

+

Deposit and management of a PART 147 agreement request

+

Process of post-approval

+

Links with EASA rules

Contact

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Serge GRANGIER +33 (0)4 42 89 62 64 serge.grangier@apsys.eads.net

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Training location

Objectives

Understanding the position of PART 21 in national, european and international rules

Knowing the key points of PART 21 and their latest evolutions Maintenance workshops managers

Quality managers Certification employees Training centres managers and trainers

Civil aviation authorities

+

Knowledge of the regulation context of EASA regarding application domains in terms of design and production of aeronautic equipment

+

Knowledge in method of application about PART 21, considering organisation and operations linked to the European rules principles

Course 2.12

Only on-site sessions

(personalization possible)

Training session date

Major safety requirements due to the important growth in aeronautic transportation force suppliers to comply with production rules in order to obtain an agreement :

REGULATION

EASA PART 21

Duration : 2 days

People concerned

Paris (Elancourt - 78) - France Marseille (Vitrolles - 13) - France Toulouse (Blagnac - 31) - France or in your facilities

Knowing the key points of PART 21 and their latest evolutions

Being able to navigate in the numerous texts and use the appropriate information now and in the future

Mastering all the requirements detailed in PART 21

Understanding the main principles of a 21 agreement settlement inside your organisation (POA / DOA)

Program

+

PART 21 goals

+

Basics and key points of PART 21

+

Detailed presentation of PART 21 requirements

+

Agreement POA, DOA, APDOA

+

AMC/GM PART 21 Presentation

Organization / scheduling Michel OBERLE +33 (0)5 61 30 99 55 michel.oberle@apsys.eads.net Training content Serge GRANGIER +33 (0)4 42 89 62 64 serge.grangier@apsys.eads.net

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Training session cost

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