Adelard ASCE Advanced Course

ASCE Advanced
Adelard's ASCE (Assurance and Safety Case Environment) is a powerful, flexible and intuitive system for development and maintenance of assurance cases and delivery of assurance case reports. We offer a one-day ASCE course (the Foundation course), provided at our offices in London. For more experienced users, this can be extended into a two-day course (the Advanced course). Note: attendance at the Foundation course is not required to attend the Advanced course. However, a good level of proficiency in using ASCE is highly desirable to get the most from the Advanced course.
 

Introduction:

The ASCE Advanced training course builds on the Foundation course and develops the concept of “living” assurance cases, including aspects of: Collaboration Modular assurance cases Dynamic evidence linking Project management techniques Other notations At the end of the course you will have a deeper understanding of the full range of ASCE capabilities and how they can be applied.

The training is provided as a mix of presentation, product demonstration and hands on user exercises with ASCE itself. Must either complete the ASCE Foundation course or have equivalent level of experience. Prerequisites: Experience in ASCE equivalent to the Foundation Course followed by practical application of ASCE on real problems.

Nova provides support to the UK company in Australia.

Refer https://www.adelard.com/asce/training.html  for more information.

 

Target Audience:

Users of ASCE software who want to increase their knowledge and use its full capability.

Learning Outcomes:

  • An awareness of the full capability of ASCE.
  • An understanding of how ASCE can support delegates’specific problems based upon workplace experience.
  • Practical ability in using ASCE’s advanced features (e.g., plugins, custom export).

Learning Methods:

Face to Face
 

Program Benefits:

  • To ensure that you get the maximum from your investment in ASCE.
  • To build knowledge, competence and confidence to achieve personal and company objectives.
  • To learn how to configure ASCE so that it works for you in your environment.
  • To understand how to develop Claims-Argument-Evidence, and Goal Structuring Notation (GSN) arguments in ASCE.
  • To use ASCE to communicate more effectively with your customers and stakeholders.

Content:

  • Creating and managing hierarchical and modular safety cases.
  • Use of the ASCE Browser to deliver safety case reports.
  • Advanced reporting—use of export templates and MS Word macros.
  • Use of ASCE’s Dynamic Narrative Region capability to import and trace information from other sources (e.g., hazard logs).
  • Use of ASCE’s schema and plugin capability for support for other applications (e.g., fault trees, accident investigation, project management).
  • A workshop on good practice and efficiency in the use of ASCE (based on delegates’ previous experience of ASCE).


Upcoming Workshops

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NOTE: Courses are subject to cancellation if insufficient student numbers.

You will be notified a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the course commencement.

You will not be charged until the course is confirmed.