Competence only comes from learning.
Due to rapid market developments, both techniques and rules and regulations are changing rapidly. Stay competent by paying attention to your continuous learning.
Learning from the experiences of others is the most effective way of learning.
Our in-house and our public training sessions cover technical and management topics including Automotive SPICE®, Agile, Management, Engineering, Safety and Security, etc.
Change requires the competence to apply theory in practice.
We strive to make our training sessions more practical than theoretical; we limit the number of participants to maximize learning and encourage participation.
In-house trainings offer many advantages
Financially, in-house trainings are worthwhile for 4 or 5 persons or more, at least if you consider the expenses for travel. However, the more important advantages are that the training content can be better adapted to the needs.
The training times and duration of the learning units can also be adjusted, for example to leave a little more room for individual discussion topics. Experience has shown that participants also exchange ideas more openly and work together to develop more concrete and appropriate solutions. We experience this frequently and it is also shown in the customer satisfaction.
Advantages of in-house trainings
- Adaptation of content and times according to requirements
- Open exchange of experience leads to concrete and tailored solutions
- Often cheaper for 5 persons or more
|11.001||Automotive SPICE®: iNTACS™ certified Provisional Assessor|
|11.002||Automotive SPICE® Assessment Team|
|11.003||Automotive SPICE®: iNTACS™ certified Competent Assessor|
|11.004||Automotive SPICE®: Introduction to the VDA Automotive SPICE Guidelines|
|11.005||Automotive SPICE® for Manager|
|11.006||Introduction to Automotive SPICE®|
|11.007||Introduction to Mechanical Engineering SPICE|
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