Introduction to the VDA Automotive SPICE® Guidelines

DATES

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15-May-2023 - 16-May-2023ENOnline, EARLY TIME1390 €1152 €Online training 10%, early bird discount 10%, teams >2 10%, teams >4 10%, from best cost country 10%, private/freelancer 10% [max 50%]
27-Nov-2023 - 28-Nov-2023ENOnline, EARLY TIME1390 €1152 €Online training 10%, early bird discount 10%, teams >2 10%, teams >4 10%, from best cost country 10%, private/freelancer 10% [max 50%]

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Duration: 2 days
Time: 9:30 – 17.00 Uhr

Training-ID: 11.004.

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GOALS
This training provides an introduction into the new „VDA Automotive SPICE® Guidelines” published in 2017. The application of these guidelines is mandatory from 2019 on. Based on examples and exercises the guidelines and their application will be presented from a competent assessor’s point of view as well as from project members point of view. You can discuss possible challenges during an assessment when you have to apply the guidelines and how to deal with these challenges.

CONTENTS
The content of this training course reflects the syllabus developed by VDA and intacs™ and the training will be conducted with officially created material from intacs™:

Requirements for the assessor qualification
• Brief overview of content and concept of the „VDA Automotive SPICE® Guidelines“
• Definition of the VDA-Scope
• Purpose and structure of rules and recommendation in the guideline
• Aggregation of ratings
• Definition of the assessment scope and templates for different use cases of the scope definition in an assessment
• Idea of consistency

Exemplary rating rules and recommendations for
•the processes of the VDA scope
• the specific environments defined in the guidelines
• the specific terms defined in the guidelines
• Capability Level 2 and 3

For the most part, the course consists of exercises, discussions and participant experience exchange based on their experience with processes and their implementation.

TARGET AUDIENCE
Intacs™ Certified Competent or Principal Assessors for Automotive SPICE®, who need the certificate for assessor status renewal.
Intacs™ Certified Provisional Automotive SPICE® Assessors
Members of development projects in the automotive domain

PREREQUISITES
The participants need to have a good understanding in Automotive SPICE®.

EXAMINATION
No exam

TRAINING RETURN
The Automotive SPICE® (ASPICE) assessor supports the team to plan for the needed activities and work products.
The Automotive SPICE® (ASPICE) assessor supports the preparation for an Automotive SPICE (ASPICE) assessment.
Furthermore, by participating in this training the Automotive SPICE® (ASPICE) assessor fulfills one of the preconditions for applying or renewal for an Automotive SPICE® (ASPICE) competent or principal assessor.

WHY KNÜVENER MACKERT?
This training is exclusively taught by experienced intacs™ Certified Principal Assessors with extensive experience with practical assessment implementation. In addition, they are accredited trainers.
In addition to the certified standard training material KNÜVENER MACKERT provides extra material like summaries and guidelines.
The price of this seminar includes the “Automotive SPICE® v3.1 Pocket Guide” (Best-In-Class).

Preparation: Before the training, please get hold of a copy of the “Automotive SPICE® Guidelines” (Bluegold Book), published by VDA

INHOUSE TRAINING
This training is offered as inhouse training as well.

Excerpt from the training material

Each participant receives one of the world’s best ASPICE guides.

SPICE-BOOKLET-2022-05
Knüvener Mackert Trainee Program Trainee Program: Get your Automotive SPICE® Lead Assessor Qualification in 5 Steps - Today almost all components in cars are mechatronic systems with increasing complexity. Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and Cyber Security are critical aspects to be considered in developing these car components. To qualify as a supplier, OEMs require development processes compliant to capability level CL 2 or even CL 3 in Automotive SPICE®. In other words: to deliver software-driven components, you must be fit in ASPICE®.