ARP-4754A Training | Civil Aircraft and Systems

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ARP-4754A Training | Civil Aircraft and Systems Course Hands-on

ARP-4754A Training covers systems and software engineering for airplane systems. ARP-4754A Training explains the governing structure that matches with ARP-4754A, how it associates with other standards for civilian avionic systems and equipment. ARP-4754A Training discusses the features of the systems planning, execution, verification and validation protocols together with the particular goals used in each Design Assurance Level (DAL).

ARP-4754 training also teaches you the strategies for the development of civilian and commercial airplanes and systems and demonstrates how the safety analysis procedure incorporates with the system development and, specifically, how the methods of architectural extenuation can be applied to fulfill the expected safety objectives to recognize the DALs.

Duration: 3 days

ARP-4754A Training | Civil Aircraft and Systems Related Courses

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● We can adapt this ARP-4754A Training course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
● If you are familiar with some aspects of this ARP-4754A Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the ARP-4754A Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the ARP-4754A Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group

ARP-4754A training is a 3-day course designed for:

● Systems engineers
● Software engineers
● Designing and planning engineers
● Aerospace engineers
● Project and product managers
● Safety/Reliability engineers
● Certification engineers
● Model inspection control office

ARP-4754A Training - Objectives:

Upon the completion of ARP-4754A training, the attendees are able to:

● Comprehend the concepts and logics behind APR-4754A
● Discuss the tools and methods associated with ARP-4754A
● Discuss the goals for the system development process for civilian and commercial airplanes
● Understand and articulate the correlation between the systems development processes, safety evaluation, and component development processes
● Understand the fundamental rules of ARP-4754A
● Apply the principals of ARP-4754A in various frameworks
● Understand FDALs and IDALs requirements
● Explain particular actions for validation and verification
● Understand the necessary protocol for the development of civil avionic systems
● Deliver thorough goals that must be fulfilled by the systems development protocol
● ● Explain the general rules and how they are used to recognize DALs
● Allow them to use the verification and validation methods and criteria as part of the system development protocol
● Employ the new standard material inside their own corporate structure
● Recognize the modifications between the legacy ARP4754 and ARP4754A
● Describe the airplane/systems development protocol and its communication with the safety analysis process
● Recognize the main aircraft/systems development protocols and their interrelationships
● Determine several safety analysis techniques and tools
● Communicate the key qualities of ARP4761: FHA, PSSA, SSA, FTA, DD, MA, CCA
● Recognize the applications in safety techniques
● Recognize the communication between the safety protocols and the development procedures
● Use several safety techniques in implementation a PSSA or SSA

ARP-4754A Training - Course Content:

Overview of ARP-4754A

Definition of ARP-4754A
History of ARP-4754A
ARP-4754A applications
ARP-4754A documentation
ARP-4754A limitations and interferences
ARP-4754A life cycle process
ARP-4754A relationship with other standards
Relationship to safety analysis procedures
Systems engineering protocols & documentation
Architectural deliberations
FDALs, IDALs, and DAL
Requirements validation & system verification

Civil Aircraft Certification and the FAA/EASA

Certification specialists
FAA and EASA
DOAs, ODAs, designations and approval
CFR their corresponding EASA standards
Strategies and policies
Civilian and military guideline
Approval Certificates Classification

The class of certificate
Approval certificate for goods and parts
Technical standard instructions
Part producer authorization
Complementary certificates
Manufacture certificate

Compliance Tools and the FAA Guideline

Compliances potential tools
Industry guidelines as MOC
DO-178C
DO-254
Other SW/HW relevant certification
DO-160G
ARP 4754A

ARP-4754A Standards Associated with Civil Aircraft Systems Development

Associated documentation
Overview of the document
Overview of the procedures
Development planning and processes

ARP-4754A Safety Protocol Planning and Safety Analysis

Hazards and their impacts
Failure rates
Preliminary system safety assessment
Risk mitigation strategies
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
Functional hazard analysis
Aircraft functional hazard assessment
System functional hazard assessment
Common cause assessment
Aircraft/system safety evaluation
Determination safety / reliability
Aircraft functional hazard analysis
System functional hazard analysis
System safety evaluation
Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)
Quantitative/Qualitative verification
Common cause assessment
Aircraft zonal safety analysis (ZSA)
Particular risks analysis (PRA)
Common mode analysis (CMA)

ARP-4754A Main Features

ARP-4754A relationship with ARP-4761A, DO-178C, and DO-254
ARP-4754 vs ARP-4754A
ARP-4754A planning
ARP-4754A required safety
Handling Derived and Safety Requirements per ARP-4754A
System requirements
System planning, development, and traceability
ARP-4754A documentation
ARP-4754A verification & validation
ARP-4754A best practices
ARP-4754A common errors and how to avoid them

Incorporated Procedures

Requirement management
Execution verification
Configuration management
Assurance planning protocol
Regulatory authority coordination
Safety analysis
Assurance development

Aircraft / Systems Development Process

Process review
Relationships with safety processes
Interactions with hardware and software development processes

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