Reed offers a variety of courses that enable you to customize your training programs to meet your organization's needs. Here are just a few.
Ensure that all system will work together and that the project will realize program goals, including the integration of reliability, maintainability, human engineering, safety, and logistics into the system design function.
Develop requirement traceability sets based on a system breakdown structure (SBS) or work breakdown structure (WBS) and simplify the verification rollup process with these tools.
Define and assign verification and validation methods and create workable compliance practices.
Ensure that your systems will be designed and will operate in accordance with requirements.
Answer the following big-picture questions:
- Did we build the system right?
- Did we build the right system?
Integrate the verification process into overall project management and systems engineering activities.
Learn how to allocate interface requirements and establish special methods for interface compliance verification and validation.
Generate and implement change processing methods to establish control over each design or process modification. Gain insight into the impact of design reviews on configuration/documentation control and the impact of configuration/ documentation control on future design reviews and audits.
Select an appropriate management method and learn how to implement the process from start to finish through the project life cycle. Realize the importance of a solid, cost-effective risk process and learn the program/project benefits of integrating the process with other project activities.
Prepare your project for different levels of safety reviews by establishing consistent interaction between detailed safety analyses such as Failure Modes and Effects Analyses (FMEAs), Hazardous Operations Analyses (HazOps), and Fault Tree Analyses (FTAs) and the requirements and verification processes.
Generate inputs for user manuals, safety procedures and training documentation based on your safety requirements program.
The background for designed experimentation and its use, advantages, and properties are covered in detail. The basics of single factor, paired comparison, randomized blocks, two level complete factorials for two, three and k variables and fractional factorials are included. Experimental results are analyzed using graphical methods and elementary arithmetic functions.
Implement detailed reporting methods that promote visibility into potential problem areas and learn how to perform short-term trade studies to identify preferred methods for correction or prevention.
Plan for testing activities based on the outcome of the RAM analysis and learn how the results can factor into safety and quality activities.
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Reed can customize courses for any client:
- Risk Assessment and Management
- Configuration Management and Control
- Requirements Elicitation and Management
- Project and Systems Integration