DEPENDABILITY 01 • Introduction

Understand the Dependability from a non-technical point of view


1 day (7 hours)

Price (per trainee):

Distance learning: 750 € ex-tax
In person learning: 850 € ex-tax


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Discover, measure, and master the scope of Dependability activities by understanding the domain and all its ins and outs.

  • Develop knowledge, reflexes and attitudes in the field of Dependability.
  • Convince and be convinced to place Dependability at the core of a project to guarantee its success.

At the end of the training, the trainee will:

  • Understand how to organize the start and maintain the management of Dependability activities.


Introduction to Dependability

  • Domain Definition
  • The manager’s roles
  • Key concepts

Relationship to the domain

  • Be familiar with the context
  • Own the project
  • Define the RAMS activities to be performed (studies, analyses, calculations, etc.)
  • Align with the project development cycle
  • Insist on the Dependability involvement at every stage of the project

Relations and interactions

  • With other domains (System Engineering, Logistics Support, Electronics, Mechanical, Software, V&V, Quality, etc.)
  • With the hierarchy (operational, managerial)

Technical file and prerequisites

  • List of essential input data for a good start (functional analyses, organization chart, objectives and major issues, etc.)

Assessment for learning: quiz

Dedicated to

  • Program Manager
  • Technical Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Business Manager
  • Project controller
  • Quality Manager
  • Team Leader
  • Design Office
  • Dependability performance Manager