This training is delivered by a certified INTACS assessor.
A-SPICE®v3.1 : Evaluation model requirements – #800
You are developing in-vehicle software and you want to rely on a reference model to guarantee the quality of software development and meet IATF requirements.
Automotive SPICE is a development model used in the automotive industry to evaluate the 16 main software and system development processes, as well as the associated support processes, and to determine the level of capability achieved by the company on a given project.
You wish to :
- Understand the basics of the Automotive A-SPICE® v3.1 process evaluation model for the 20 main processes of the model (including the 16 VDA processes).
- Know the expectations allowing you to reach Capability levels 1, 2 and 3.
- Conform your software development processes to the A-SPICE® v3.1 assessment model.
- Understand the A-SPICE® v3.1 assessment model and identify the requirements applicable to the different processes for achieving capability levels 1, 2 and 3.
- Improve your software development processes.
- Prepare a customer assessment according to the Automotive A-SPICE® v3.1 process assessment model.
- Quality / QHSE manager, engineer and technician.
- System Quality Manager.
- Quality team.
- Projects team.
- Software developer.
- Have a first professional experience in the IT sector (e.g. software/systems development, project management, quality management or similar experience) or have quality audit practice.
- Have a professional level of English (assessment template only available in English).
- A training-action which puts the participants in a situation for a better appropriation of the A-SPICE® v3.1 evaluation model through practical exercises.
- Exchanges between participants based on their experience of software development processes and their implementation.
Knowledge test (MCQ).
Participant file containing the presentations delivered during the training and the exercise materials.
The main principles of process evaluation according to the A-SPICE® v3.1 model.
The rating rules and the achievement of capability level 1.
Management processes MAN.3, MAN.5
System processes (SYS1, SYS2, SYS3, SYS.4, SYS.5, SYS.6) and support processes (SPL2, SUP1, SUP8, SUP9, SUP10, ACQ4, SUP4)
Capability levels 2 and 3.
Preparing a customer assessment.
Process Software SWE1, SWE2, SWE3, SWE4 and SWE5.
Closing the training and evaluation.
“Very good trainer, subject taken at the right speed and in a didactic way.”
“Presentation on the ASPICE standard in a synthetic and didactic way by a professional in the field”.
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