ATI's Systems Engineering—Verification course
This three-day course is intended for system engineers, verification engineers, managers, team leaders, and test and evaluation engineers. It provides a complete discussion of the whole verification process for item qualification, item acceptance, and system test and evaluation. Each student will receive a full set of course notes and textbook, System Verification, by the instructor Jeff Grady.
This course can be extended to 4 days for on-sites.
Systems Engineering Grand Systems Development Training Program
What You Will Learn:
- Verification Introduction – What is verification and how is it implemented?
- Verification Introduction (Continued)
- Requirements and Specifications Overview - Provides the linkage between specification content and the verification tests, analyses, demonstrations, and examinations that should be accomplished to prove that the product satisfies specification content.
- Requirements and Specifications Overview (Continued)
- Verification Requirements Identification – Few organizations prepare specifications with proper coverage of verification requirements because it is hard work to do it well if you do not understand their purpose. We will focus on item qualification here where the requirements in the item performance specifications are the basis for the verification work.
- Verification Requirements Identification (Continued)
- Verification Requirements Writing Workshop
- Verification Requirements Writing Workshop (Continued)
- Top-Down Verification Planning and Documentation – This work completes the transformation between product and verification requirements to methods and verification tasks.
- Top-Down Verification Planning and Documentation Workshop
- Top-Down Verification Planning and Documentation Workshop (Continued)
- Bottom-Up Qualification Planning – This process assigns each verification task to a principle engineer and results in a plan and procedure for each task, development and acquisition of task supporting entities, and scheduling of tasks.
- Bottom-Up Qualification Planning Workshop
- Bottom-Up Qualification Planning Workshop (Continued)
- Item Qualification Implementation and Reporting
- Item Qualification Verification Management and Audit – In the end we must have produced evidence of the state of compliance of the design with its requirements in the form of verification reports. The content of these reports must be audited and a conclusion reached.
- FCA Workshop – The functional configuration audit is where the customer reaches a conclusion about the product relative to its driving requirements.
- FCA Workshop (Continued)
- System Verification Planning – DT&E is based on the content of the system specification and OT&E is based on the content of user documentation that should, but may not, be consistent with the contract requirements.
- System Verification Planning (Continued)
- Acceptance Verification Planning, Management, and Audit - The item acceptance work should be based on the content of the item detail specifications.
- Acceptance Verification Planning Workshop
- Re-verification and Verification Variations – Under what circumstances would it be necessary to return to verification after it has been completed initially? There are also alternatives to verification appropriate for a high rate production program.
- Process Verification – Besides product systems verification also applies to the systems we commonly call enterprises and programs.
This course is not on the current schedule of open enrollment courses. If you are interested in attending this or another course as open enrollment, please contact us at (410) 956-8805 or at email@example.com and indicate the course name and number of students who wish to participate. ATI typically schedules open enrollment courses with a lead time of 3-5 months. Group courses can be presented at your facility at any time. For on-site pricing, request an on-site quote. You may also call us at (410) 956-8805 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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