Our trainers are experts with many years of operative and teaching experience in their separate fields.
The duties of our trainers include the running of training courses. In parallel they also work in customer projects, sit on expert panels and participate in work groups. This know-how flows directly into the training courses to ensure that our training course content is always up to date and practical.
From our training course descriptions
Below are excerpts from our Academy Training Catalogue.
Guaranteeing operational safety is an essential element in the development of technical systems in aeronautics. Knowing how to apply the corresponding aeronautics standards and integrate them in the development process shortens the development time and reduces the costs involved.
The provision of functional safety in electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems serves to prevent systematic and random errors. The constantly increasing complexity of systems turns the implementation of standards-specific know-how of functional safety into a decisive competitive factor.
Usability for users and practitioners on the basis of DIN EN ISO 9241
The usability of an interactive system is supposed to ensure that the effectivity of the user in performing a task, the efficiency in operating the system and user satisfaction when using the system are given at all times. This also includes system operation being error-free/error-correcting. Usability encompasses the requirements for the work environment, hardware and software with the aim of preventing damage to health and avoid harming others, the environment and the system itself when working with the system and to make it easy for users to execute their tasks. According to EU law the EN ISO 9241 also applies to the assessment of user-friendliness requirements (Display Screen Equipment Regulation).
Human factors, ergonomics and occupational safety
To ensure a successful product launch it is essential to have optimisation of the human-machine interface right at the development stage of a product in order to guarantee the user-friendly design and enhance efficiency. Taking human factors into consideration in the development process enables you to identify and solve problems of usability and occupational safety and therefore avoid expensive reworking.
Taking the human factor appropriately into account gives a decisive competitive edge.
A crisis can threaten the very existence of a company. Mastering it has a decisive influence on the future of the company. Competent employees trained in handling crises and implementing solution-oriented crisis management are therefore of enormous importance.
In particular in the case of unforeseen crises, an efficient and effective crisis management is essential to respond adequately and minimise damage to the company.
To provide safety, security and occupational safety and health, but also support the entire system safety, it is necessary to know what methods are suitable and how to apply them efficiently and effectively. This is of great importance also in matters of ergonomics, usability and user experience.
Knowledge of methods is a key competence in all sectors and essential for the success of a project.