intacs Certified Provisional Assessor (Automotive SPICE® V3.1)

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Course Duration: 5 Days - 8 Hours/day

This five-day ASPICE certification training course prepares you to take the exam for qualification as an "intacs™ Certified Provisional Assessor (Automotive SPICE® v3.1)". You will become familiar with the Automotive SPICE® v3.1 process assessment model, which is generally used for assessments in the automotive industry.

With many practical exercises and tips you will learn to work with individual aspects of assessments. Upon completion, you will be able to assess processes according to Automotive SPICE® independently (but under the authority of a Competent Assessor) in your own company or at your suppliers and then improve the processes based on the assessment results.

To complete the training successfully, you must actively participate in the course and pass the independent exam. Individual preparation at the end of each training day is recommended in this regard. 

Learning Objectives

·      Provide fundamental understanding of the Automotive SPICE® process improvement and assessment model

·      Be able to conduct process assessments according to Automotive SPICE®

·      Gain initial exposure to the planning, running and documentation of assessments

·      Gain certification as an intacs™-certified Provisional Assessor 

·      What is intacs™ - Goals and Objectives

·      Overview and Motivation

o   Understanding the Levels of Abstraction of “Process”

o   Understanding the Capability Levels

o   Understanding of a Process Assessment

o   Process Improvement Success Statistics

o   Basic Understanding of ISO/IEC 30xxx and ISO/IEC 15504

·      PAM Details – Capability Levels 2 and 3

o   Capability Levels and Process Attributes

o   Generic Practices for Capability Level 2

o   Generic Practices for Capability Level 3

o   Interdependencies Between Pas and Processes at Capability Level 1

·      PAM Details – Capability Level 1

o   Engineering Processes: Systems Engineering SYS.1 – SYS.3

·      Assessment Skills and Techniques

o   Techniques for Work Product Reviews

o   Interviewing Techniques

o   Listening Techniques

o   Notetaking Techniques

·      Rating Guidelines

o   General Guidelines

o   Dependencies Between Process and PAs

·      Assessment Process Overview

o   General Information

o   Assessment Process Elements

o   intacs™ Assessment Log Template

 This course is being conducted by IQI Consulting (license holder) in partnership with Omnex.


Those who want to perform assessments in accordance with Automotive SPICE®

·      Quality and Project Managers for whom compliance with the requirements of Automotive SPICE® v3.1 process assessment model is important

  • ·      Project employees who are in charge of developing systems that meet the requirements of the Automotive SPICE® v3.1 process assessment model

Each participant will receive a seminar manual equivalent to the curriculum published by intacs™.

Additional exam fees are charged.

Participants should have several years of professional experience in the IT industry (e.g., software/system development, project management, quality management or similar experience).

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