This course addresses the safety issues that arise after system deployment. It aims to:
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
This course is suitable for:
A basic understanding of system safety terminology via prior learning or industrial experience. It is useful for you to have taken our Foundations of System Safety Engineering course, but if you have not, please email us with your details so we can assess your suitability for taking this course.
The course takes place over one week at the University of York. This week consists of a mixture of lectures and practicals, but we expect you to put in around 30 hours of private study.
Over the week, there will be a series of lectures and a number of case studies. The case studies give you the chance to work through an example to reinforce your learning from the lectures. This is also a chance to gain other insights from the experience and knowledge of other delegates. You will also be able to call on the experience and knowledge of our specialised teaching staff during these sessions.
The module ends with an assessed exercise, which you have the option of completing. It takes approximately 35 hours in addition to the scheduled teaching time and can be completed on or off site. All assessed exercises are open (so you won't take an exam in supervised conditions), and comprise a report, case study, or documented piece of software.
If you choose to take and pass your assessment, your results can count towards the completion of the MSc in Safety Critical Systems Engineering. Our MSc in Safety Critical Systems Engineering is an accredited course, recognised by both the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for the purposes of partial fulfilment of the educational requirement for CEng registration.
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Make sure you book your place for the next course w/c 18th March 2019.
Before booking please read our Booking Conditions (PDF , 104kb).
To book your place, please complete the booking form: CPD Booking Form (MS Word , 92kb) and the accompanying payment form: CPD Payment Form 18/19 (MS Word , 50kb) and return to Heather Taylor, our CPD & Postgraduate Programmes Administrator.
If you have any queries, please contact Heather Taylor, our course administrator or call 01904 325536.
One of the best courses I have been on. Have gained a good appreciation of system safety and in particular the analysis techniques involved.