Certified Provisional Assessor Automotive SPICE
The training is organized exclusively in English by an officially approved lecturer from Germany
This 5-day training focuses on training a good assessor. You will be perfectly prepared for the subsequent "intacs™ Certified Provisional Assessor (Automotive SPICE®)" exam.
The training covers the fundamentals and context of Automotive SPICE® (ASPICE) v3.1, the main process assessment model and standard for implementing assessment in the automotive industry. Participants will learn to correctly interpret Automotive SPICE® and understand other links.
You will learn to analyze and evaluate the process under the guidance of a leading assessor. You will be able to improve processes based on the results of the assessment.
You will gain the important foundations for a successful entry into agile methods and Automotive Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and Automotive Cyber Security (ISO 21434) methods.
The aim of the training is also to ensure that participants not only listen to the content, but also gain first-hand experience with many practical exercises and situations. We encourage participants in active participation in the training.
The goal is for the participants is also to pass the exam on the last day of the training, which is conducted by a VDA representative.
Who is the target audience?
The training is designed for professionals who want to understand Automotive SPICE® in detail. This is best achieved by training as an assessor. The training is also intended for members of process and project teams who need to understand and apply Automotive SPICE® requirements when defining processes and being responsible for their operation. Quality managers and project managers will gain a wealth of information on how to ensure compliance of processes with requirements and maintain process efficiency.
Assessor Automotive SPICE® motivates the team to gain benefits through process alignment with Automotive SPICE®. Assessor helps to clearly set responsibilities and effectively manage the process.
Assessor Automotive SPICE® supports the team in getting every job done right the first time - based on qualified inputs and creating reasonable outputs, including clearly verifiable evidence.
Assessor is part of the Automotive SPICE® assessment teams. This gives the assessor in-depth knowledge of development and experience with assessment.
The content of this trainingse is based on the syllabus published by intacs™. The training material is accredited intacs standard material.
In the introduction, we will discuss the basics of Automotive SPICE and its importance for the automotive industry. We will show what motivates organizations and what they can achieve if they implement Automotive SPICE. We will go through the most fundamental ideas and concepts and look at the procedures of the most important processes (VDA Scope). We will explain relationships and internal links.
We will introduce the international assessor certification scheme and assessor levels defined by intacs. We will explain what is required for a successful application for initial assessor certification and renewal of certification. We will introduce the assessment system, process and levels of competence as well as the “NPLF” assessment system. We will discuss the links between the reviews in detail. As part of the exercise, we will practice evaluating specific situations and using specifics and guidelines for evaluation that must be followed.
We will show how the assessment is prepared, carried out and how follow-up activities are carried out. The process of conducting the assessment will be presented. Using templates and examples, we will show you how to create working results. We will repeatedly practice the methodology as part of written exercises and role playing.
We will introduce data collection methods. Techniques for conducting interviews and taking notes as well as examining documents relevant to the assessment will be presented.
Most parts of the training are interactive. We will go through a series of exercises and discussions that will enable participants to use the new knowledge in their own work environment. We will conduct several simulated exams that will perfectly prepare the participants for the final exam.
ČSJ, PrahaNovotného lávka 200/5
110 00 Praha
The training is provided in cooperation with Knüvener Mackert GmbH
With regard to external provision, different rules for cancellation fees apply to this trainingse than are standardly defined in the terms and conditions. If you cancel your participation in the training less than 3 weeks before the first day of the training, cancellation fees in the amount of 100% of the training price will be invoiced.
- Course duration
- 5 days
- Form of termination
- On the last day of thetraining, there will be a multiple-choice test supervised by a VDA representative.
The exam can be taken in German or English and lasts one hour. Participants who do not have German or English as their mother tongue have an additional half hour for the exam.
The exam consists of 12 questions, each with 5 possible answers. A minimum score of 46 out of 60 is required to pass the exam. Allowed aids are hard copies of ISO/IEC 330xx (you will not need) and Automotive SPICE® (will be provided), personal notes and training materials. No electronic devices are allowed.
The first 8 questions are focused on the knowledge you will gain during the training. The last 4 questions are scenarios that need to be evaluated.
There are several versions of the exam, so the person at the next table will have different questions. Anyone who pays close attention during the training has a good chance of passing the exam. Between 2008 and 2018, an average of 88% of participants successfully passed the VDA exam.
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