It’s the little thing that get you!
It is deduced that most accidents can be traced to easily recognized, preventable root causes resulting from a lack of quality somewhere in the system. Utmost conclusion from investigations points to human error instead of technological failures.
More than fifty percent of actual failures are critical to helping today’s engineers of any highly complex systems, aerospace, train, bridges, manufacturing plants or otherwise. Those lessons are not always unique and evergreen. They apply across all engineering endeavours. Implementing specific strategies and team “Rules of Practice” early in a project management is the best means to start it right.
A rare opportunity to learn from the giants! This masterclass aims at strengthening system quality standards by understanding why safety hazards happened in the past and what to do about it for not repeating the same mistakes again.
Who Should Attend
Quality professionals, system engineers, program managers, program directors, and those who wants to have a deeper knowledge of conducting cause analysis and FMEA activities are strongly encouraged to attend this enriching and beneficial course.
This class is among most highly acclaimed Masterclass in Singapore.
The importance of the topic has been recognized by Industry Leaders, Senior Scientists, Engineering Professionals and Defence Communities through invitations to commence similar class over 112 times to 30 organizations in 7 countries on 4 continents.
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The online masterclass will present topics ranging from lessons in general management approaches to very detailed actual mishap case histories.
The instructors will share their combined eighty plus years of working experience including personal involvement with many mishaps, to provide unique insights from the perspective of those who were there and have the scars to prove it.
Larry and Joe are very experienced space system developers.
Larry was with the NASA Lewis Research Center, now NASA Glenn, for a thirty–two year career. He was Center Director from 1990-1994, before which he held the positions of Deputy Center Director, Director of Space, and Director of Launch Vehicles. Earlier
in his career, he held various positions associated with engineering and program management of the Atlas/Centaur and Titan/Centaur Programs. He was chairman of the Delta 178 Failure Review Board in 1986. Mr. Ross retired from NASA in 1995, and for the last
13 years has served as a senior consultant to NASA, other Government agencies, and the commercial aerospace industry. In January, 2007, Larry co-founded AEA (Aerospace Engineering Associates LLC.).
Joe NieberdingJoe has over 42 years of management and technical experience in leading and participating in NASA independent review teams, and in evaluating NASA advanced space mission planning. During his 35 years at NASA Glenn, he directed numerous studies to select transportation, propulsion, power, and communications systems for advanced NASA mission applications. His Advanced Space Analysis Office led all exploration advanced concept studies for Glenn. In addition, he was a launch team member on over 65 NASA Atlas/Centaur and Titan/Centaur launches, and is a widely recognized expert in launch vehicles and advanced transportation architecture planning for space missions. In January, 2007, Joe co-founded AEA (Aerospace Engineering Associates LLC.).
A group discount will be awarded if a group of 3 or more participants register. The fees will be lowered to $280 per pax.
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- In 2007, the Wizlogix Training Hub was established. Working with renowned trainers internationally, we aim to provide technical competency courses and certification programs for local engineers.
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