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Syntell develops and implements corporate training programs but we also offer open courses. We have both introductory and advanced courses .

12-13 December 2017

Introduction course in Configuration Management

Level

Basic

Place

Central Hotel, Salong 4, Vasagatan 38, Stockholm

Date

12-13 December 2017

Early bird

15 November 2017

Last registration

5 december 2017

Price

12 900 SEK

You will get a reminder via text message a few days before the course or seminar starts. Because of that we need your mobile number so we can reach you before and during the course or seminar.

About the course:

The market’s demands for the performance of technical products, specialization and customization is increasing all the time. As a consequence, the processes of developing, producing and maintaining technical products is increasingly complex. Configuration Management (CM) has been established as the fundamental and universally recognized discipline to control the product, manage changes and to ensure the integrity and traceability of design changes and decisions.

This 2-day course provides an introduction to CM – how CM can be applied in a life cycle perspective and how CM is related to Systems Engineering, Project Management and Information Management. We also present a CM Capability Model, which can be used to evaluate and develop CM in an organization or project.

Course content

  • Configuration Management – Concept and detailed activities
  • Relationships with other processes
  • Prerequisites for Configuration Management
  • Configuration Items (eng. Configuration Item) and base configuration (Baseline)
  • Roles and responsibilities for the Configuration Manager
  • Configuration Management and Information Management
  • IT tools and infrastructure for Configuration Management
  • To develop the ability for Configuration Management

Who should attend this course?

This course is for anyone who needs to get a basic understanding of configuration management. For example, chief engineers, line managers, process managers, project managers and system engineers who work with system development and maintenance of systems.

Prerequisites

No formal knowledge required. It helps if you have a few years experience working in complex projects, so that you are knowledgeable about the challenges that exist in the area of ​​Configuration Management.

Objectives of the course

The goal of the course is for participants to gain knowledge and understanding of Configuration Management and why CM should be applied in complex systems development projects based on a system and life-cycle perspective.

Course start and end of the course

The course starts at. 09:00 day 1, and ends at. 16:00 day 2.

Do you have a question? Contact us at 08-660 02 80 or training@syntell.se

Syntell offers both open and tailored courses. Syntell are certified by SAUF – The Swedish Association of Certified Training and Educational companies.

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