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Training ASPICE Primer
ASPICE is mandatory in automotive industry and a minimum understanding is expected from management and engineering. Often engineers and managers as well as quality experts ask about how to position the ASPICE framework and what are expectations of OEMs. Is it more than only an audit, and how to use it for actual improvements? This Automotive SPICE (ASPICE) primer is the answer.
This one-day primer is hands-on with focus on practical ASPICE usage. It motivates ASPICE based on OEM expectations and shows how processes and base practices are defined and improved. The basic structure of ASPICE is introduced and how it is used to improve processes and to assess process maturity. ASPICE usage is exemplified with brief case studies and best practice benchmarks. A focus is on practical experiences in how OEMs interpret the framework, and what they demand from suppliers. This Primer is an intense compact version of our 2-day ASPICE training.
"The Vector ASPICE training was very helpful, understandable and well structured. Top training, top trainer! Can only be recommended!I got a very good overview of ASPICE and when I search for details in the future I know exactly where to look."
- Stefan Anspann, Magna
"Thank you very much for sharing your precious experience with this training program."
- Zerong Yu, Robert Bosch Japan
"High practical orientation, concrete personalized action list throughout the entire seminar."
- T. Strauch, Siemens
- You will know the importance and the procedure of Automotive SPICE assessments in the automotive industry and how to interpret their results
- You will know the most important content of engineering, management and supporting processes and their mutual relations
- You will know how to approach process improvement and organizational change management
- Introduction of ASPICE process model and structure
- Basic content of engineering, management and support processes
- Process assessments in the automotive industry
- Practical experience from Vector change projects
The focus is not only on "software" but also on "systems engineering" and thus on the
replacement for the CMMI method which is hardly used anymore.
Training material: available in English
700 € plus VAT (1 day)
Admission price includes full documentation as PDF and also our Vector book on "Automotive Embedded Engineering" with lots of best practices, project experiences and state of the art technology.
Each participant will receive a qualifying Vector certificate for this intensive training.
Get a discount (can be combined):
- 10% if you register 3-5 employees of your company,
20% for 6-8 employees
30% for 9+ employees
10% if you book at least 60 days in advance
You can save up to 40%, as these discounts can be combined!
- 70% for full-time students (not combinable, on presentation of valid student card)
Several “Break and Think” sessions will be used for exercises and recap of what has been learnt before.
Breaks: Coffee/Tea around 10:30 and 15:00; lunch break around 12:00.
Training material: available in English
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Do you want to adapt this training to your own examples and challenges? Looking for a workout that delivers practical exercises adjusted to your environment? Then, we suggest that you have this training conducted in-house, where you can decide on focus, speed and the training schedule. We also offer dedicated crash courses for employees and management.
Language: German or English.
On request, we offer our inhouse trainings in Chinese, French, Korean and Turkish.
This training targets E/E developers and managers, testers, stakeholders who need a basic understanding of ASPICE, Quality engineers and managers from companies of all industries and sizes.
Andreas Horn is a senior consultant at Vector Consulting Services. Before, he worked on multiple development projects as well as a safety architect. He supports companies worldwide to improve their safety and security, technology, and development processes. He works cross-sector in the areas of engineering-methods, system architecture, functional safety, cybersecurity, and requirements engineering. He received his master’s degree in computer science from University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
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