Training Services ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 19451 Semiconductor Development Training
ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 19451 semiconductor development training from SGS – a range of training options to help you understand how to implement the functional safety requirements of ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 19451.
When developing semiconductor integrated circuits (IC) or Intellectual property (IP) for automotive technology, you need to comply with the functional safety guidelines of ISO 26262 and the incorporated ISO/PAS 19451 requirements.
As a member of the ISO/PAS 19451 working group, we are decisively involved in formulating the requirements and/or recommendations for the standard. As a result, we can offer you webinars, training programs and a personal qualification, conducted by the most experienced trainers and technical experts, ensuring you have the skills and knowledge to comply with all requirements.
Why choose ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 19451 semiconductor development training from SGS?
Our modular training is specifically tailored to the relevant development processes and technical interpretations of the semiconductor industry. In addition, we offer the Semiconductor Automotive Functional Safety Professional (SC-AFSP) qualification as part of the final test.
Our training includes:
- Module SC0: a free two-hour webinar providing an initial overview
- Module SC1: a one-day detailed introduction into functional safety management and development processes
- Module SC2: a detailed two-day training course, building upon Module SC1, focusing on individual development steps with the related verification steps and detailed examples
- SC-AFSP: a one-hour test, offering you the opportunity to qualify as a Semiconductor-Automotive Functional Safety Professional, taken at the end of Module SC2, assessing the content of Modules SC1 and SC2
To find out more about our ISO 26262 and ISO/PAS 19451 semiconductor development training, contact us today.
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