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INTACS™ Certified Provisional Assessor (Automotive SPICE® ) Training

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Qualifying People - Developing Future


The INTACSTM Certified Provisional Assessor training and certification introduces you to the internationally used ISO/IEC 15504 or ISO/IEC 33K standards and their adaptation for the automobile industry (Automotive SPICE®).

The Automotive SPICE® training and personal certification provides an in-depth understanding of the processes, capability levels, and assessment techniques with the help of classroom-based sessions and practical examples by our experienced trainers.

Numerous practical exercises, role-plays, and tips in the Automotive SPICE® assessor training and certification program prepare participants to work independently on individual topics in process improvement projects. They can assess and improve processes in their company according to the ISO/IEC 15504 or ISO/IEC 33K standards.

At the end of the INTACSTM certified provisional assessor training, participants are qualified to lead the internal process improvement programme using Automotive SPICE® effectively. The ASPICE® course also prepares them to perform conformance assessments as co-assessors.

Who Should Attend

  • Software developer , Managers
  • Project managers
  • Test engineers
  • ASPICE implementers
  • internal auditors and others need to understand ASPICE and how to integrate it into their Quality Management or Functional Safety system 

Objectives of Automotive SPICE® training and certification program are –

This five day course offers participants
• an intacs™ certified ISO/IEC 15504 (SPICE) & ISO/IEC 33K Assessor qualification
• a thorough understanding of ISO/IEC 15504
• an understanding of the difference and the relationship between ISO/IEC 15504 & 33K and Automotive SPICE®
• an understanding of how an assessment is performed
• basic interviewing techniques
• the capability to perform a process evaluation in accordance with ISO/IEC 15504 & 33K
• first experiences of how to perform an assessment by way of role plays / rating exercises
• an understanding of what is required of an assessment report and how to meet these requirements
• the ability to plan, perform and document an official assessment together with a Competent Assessor.

Participants will receive:

  • Training materials and exercises
  • Participation certification
  • Examination result from VDA-QMC, Germany
  • Becomes eligible to register with VDA-QMC as INTACSTM Certified Provisional Assessor (Automotive SPICE®)


• Have the awareness on the ASPICE concept
• Apply knowledge of ASPICE in day to day activities with support of peers
• Apply knowledge of ASPICE at day to day activities independently
• Guide, coach and train teams and access compliance internally
• Address customer queries on APSICE and also support external assessments

The benefits of Automotive SPICE® assessor training for individuals, professional internal assessors, industry domain experts, and managers are –

1. As a certified professional assessor, you get a certificate well recognised in the industry
2. Become a part of an international program and get access to information about ISO/IEC 15504
3. Assessor qualifying training
4. Standard ASPICE training prescribed by INTACS and qualification based program



  • What is the purpose of Automotive SPICE®?
    The purpose of Automotive SPICE® is to assess the performance of the development processes of OEMs in the automotive industry.
  • What is the difference between ASPICE and ISO 26262?

    The key difference between ASPICE® and ISO 26262 are –


    ISO 26262

    Relevant to the development process of system parts and systems involving software

    Relevant to vehicle systems critical for safety

    Considers the cost and schedule implications of product development

    Does not take into account cost and schedule impacts Safety assessment is the primary objective

    Process implementation at system, project, and organisation levels

     Assessments at system, project, and organisation levels

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