Online-Training / 11/6 - 11/7/2023
SPICE for Mechanical Engineering
- 11/6 - 11/7/2023
- 2 Days
- 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Centr. European Time (Berlin)
- Online Price
- € 1,350.00 per participant, plus VAT
- Early bird discount
- 10.0 %
- Early bird price
- € 1,215.00 per participant, plus VAT
This training provides you with an overview of the processes included in the Process Assessment Model SPICE for Mechanical Engineering.
It is designed from the perspective of a process manager, quality manager, assessor, or project team member, who would like to check their current mechanical engineering processes against the latest state-of-the-art process model.
This could be seen as a must, especially for the development of mechanical components which are part of mechatronic systems. Especially for this context, the mandatory interfaces to Automotive SPICE® Processes will be described.
You will discuss practical problems that can occur in an assessment and what the respective process improvements could look like.
- Overview and motivation for process assessment according to ISO/IEC 330xx
- Dependencies and interfaces to Automotive SPICE® v3.1
- The measuring system: process profiles and assessment of capacity levels
- Advanced information about Automotive SPICE® processes (as they are taken over to the Mechanic Process Model)
- MAN.3 Project Management
- SUP.1 Quality Assurance
- SUP.8 Configuration Management
- SUP.9 Problem Resolution Management
- SUP.10 Change Request Management
- ACQ.4 Supplier Monitoring
- Advanced information about the processes from the SPICE for Mechanical Engineering:
- MSE.1 Mechanical System Requirement Analysis
- MSE.2 Mechanical System Architectural Design
- MSE.3 Mechanical System Integration and Integration Test
- MSE.4 Mechanical System Qualification Test
- MCE.1 Mechanical Component Requirement Analysis
- MCE.2 Mechanical Component Design
- MCE.3 Mechanical Component Sample Production
- MCE.4 Test against Mechanical Component Design
- MCE.5 Test against Mechanical Component Requirements
- Interpretation of levels 1-3
- Improvement potential regarding the listed processes
- Exercises/example case for process assessment
Employees in process groups
Quality and project managers who must ensure compliance to requirements of the Automotive SPICE® process assessment model in mechatronic systems, which include mechanic system components
Project team members who are in charge of developing mechanical systems components and have to show compliance to requirements of the Automotive SPICE® v3.1 process assessment model in their product development.
The training consists of presentations, exercises, and discussions and offers ample opportunity for asking questions and exchanging experience.
The training material is available in English.
Available training languages: German, English
The "Automotive SPICE® v3.1 Pocket Guide" is included in the training price.