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Aviation Software Offers for 2019

DASA wishes to advise that the review of the Aviation Software curriculum has completed and courses are once again available for nomination. Note that the two intermediate courses will be combined into one course in future sessions. Due to the restructure, future Intermediate courses may not be available until next year so interested personnel are highly encouraged to apply for these sessions.

 

Aviation Software Certification (Introduction)

This course provides an overview of the unique considerations in the management and certification requirements of aviation software for Defence engineers and civilian equivalents.

 

·         Session 11: 01 Aug 19, Defence Plaza Melbourne (VIC)

·         Session 12 (EOI): 07 Nov 19, Victoria Barracks Brisbane (QLD)

 

DO-178C Software Considerations In Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification (Intermediate)

The DO-178C course provides a detailed examination of the standard's objectives and how compliance to these objectives are achieved. The course is aimed at software practitioners directly involved in airborne software engineering and software assurance.

 

·         Session 7: 13-14 May 19, Victoria Barracks Brisbane (QLD)

 

Software Development Methods and Life Cycle Models (Intermediate)

This course provides attendees with the knowledge and skills to analyse and review software development methods and software lifecycle models in support of a safety related aviation software acquisition or modification. The course is aimed at project managers and systems engineers involved in the software development lifecycle.

 

·         Session 5: 15-17 May 19, Victoria Barracks Brisbane (QLD)

 

Aviation Software Symposium

The symposium is the premier forum for military Aviation Software safety in Australasia. The theme for the 2019 Defence Aviation Software Symposium is ‘Software Assurance under DASRs: Challenges and Good Practice’. The symposium is targeted at all Commonwealth and industry personnel involved in the development, acquisition, certification, and in-service management of Aviation Software for ADF applications; as well as interested representatives from foreign military forces, science and technology organisations, research and development centres, airworthiness regulators, and academia.

 

·         2019 Session: 02 Aug 19, Defence Plaza Melbourne (VIC)

 

For further information, please contact dasa.dtsenquiries@defence.gov.au or refer to the DASA Training website.

 

 

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