Course detail: System Safety Assessment for Commercial Aircraft Certification - ONLINE

Description
This course develops the skills necessary to write and review system safety assessments for regulatory compliance to 14CFR 2X.1309 and 23.2510. Class participants are walked through the evolution of the safety rule and specific techniques for compliance through a comprehensive look at the regulations and current regulatory guidance. In-depth reviews of industry standards in system safety such as SAE ARP4761 and SAE ARP4754A, and ASTM F3230-17 followed by exercises, examples, and class discussions strengthens the students understanding of safety for compliance. By the end of the class, students gain the ability to develop meaningful system safety requirements, design safety compliant systems and equipment, and improve their skills in developing system safety compliance documentation.
Please note: This course replaces Commercial Aircraft Safety Assessment and 1309 Design Analysis. Completion of either course counts toward earning a certificate.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the history of system safety and its relationship with aerospace
  • Discuss the system safety aspects of 14 CFR 2X.1309 and 23.2510
  • Explain the relationship between SAE ARP4761 and SAE ARP4754A
  • Apply regulatory and industry guidance to develop effective safety assessments
  • Define and manage safety requirements to develop compliant system and architectures
  • Evaluate Development Assurance Levels for compliance
  • Manage the system safety aspects of compliance for new designs and modifications


Course Schedule
When this course is offered online for open enrollment delivery, it meets for 9 live-online sessions held twice per week (Mondays and Wednesdays) for 3 hours. Additional live, online Discussion Sessions will be held on Thursdays for 1 hour to allow students dedicated time to ask questions of the instructor about elements of the course most applicable to their work. All live sessions are recorded and made available online the following day. The live course sessions account for 31 hours of the total 31.5 instructional hours of the course. The remaining .5 hours will consist of assigned work (readings, assignments, etc.) between live class sessions.
For in-house training, contact us at professionalprograms@ku.edu for your custom scheduling needs.

Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for anyone involved in the regulatory compliance aspects of system safety. It is specifically designed for Parts 23, 25, 27 and 29 system certification engineers, system designers, FAA Designated Engineering Representatives (DERs), ODA Unit Members (UM), system safety engineers, engineering leadership, and military personnel procuring civil equipment.

Course Fee

Regular Online Registration fee: $1,995 
Late Online Registration fee: $2,195 (registrations received within 7 days of course start date)
Registration is open until the first day of the course; however, early registration is encouraged.

The online course fee includes individual access to the Zoom course meetings and to course materials, readings, videos, and resources in Blackboard, the University of Kansas Learning Management System.
No additional textbook purchases are required outside the course fee.

U.S. Federal Employee Discount: This course is available to U.S. federal employees at 10% off the registration fee. To receive the federal employee discount, you must enter the code FGVT116 during the checkout process. Please note that you must validate your eligibility to receive this discount by entering your U.S. government email address (ending in .gov or .mil) when creating your online registration profile. This discount is available for both the early registration and regular registration fees.

Certificate Track
This course is part of the Certificates of Specialization in Aerospace Compliance, Aircraft Maintenance and Safety, Avionics and Avionic Components and Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS).

Classroom hours / CEUs
31.5 classroom hours
3.15 CEUs

Course Accessibility
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in University of Kansas educational offerings. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in our Aerospace Short Courses, please email lpe@ku.edu or call 913-897-8530 at least three weeks before the first day of the event.
Please note: If you are attending an Aerospace Short Course onsite at your place of employment, please contact your company's training coordinator for accommodation requests.

Course Resources
Technical Requirements and Details for Aerospace Online Short Courses

 Session Detail: PA21571O

Schedule: This course will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays for 9 live, online sessions beginning Monday, April 26 through Monday, May 24, 2021, from 7:00-10:00 PM US Central Time. Additional live, online Discussion Sessions will be held Thursdays, April 29 through May 20, 2021, from 8:00-9:00 PM US Central Time, to allow students dedicated time to ask questions of the instructor about elements of the course most applicable to their work. The live course sessions account for 31 hours of the total 31.5 instructional hours of the course. The remaining .5 hours will consist of assigned work (readings, assignments, etc.) between live class sessions.
Times: 07:00pm - 10:00pm
Online Course Registration Fee : $1995.00

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
Pierre Trudel

Facility Detail

Live Online Training
Meets live online weekly
Online, WEB OTHER

Cancellation Policy

A refund less a $250.00 cancellation fee will be assessed for all cancellations made in writing prior to 5 days before the start of the event. After that time, no refunds will be made.