TÜV SÜD has decades of experience in functional safety in the industry and offers a special FSCP training program. Online Training.
WHAT IS FSCP?
The Functional Safety Certification Programme (FSCP) is a personnel certification programme that demonstrates an individual’s proficiency in the IEC 61508 functional safety standard. The IEC 61508 provides the generic international standard for safety-related electrical, electronic and programmable electronic systems.
After successful completion of the FSCP programme the expert receives a FSCP certification which provides evidence of their qualification, knowledge and experience in the industry.
WHY IS THE FSCP ACCORDING TO IEC 61508 IMPORTANT?
Gaining an FSCP IEC 61508 certification provides functional safety experts and their companies with multiple benefits:
TÜV SÜD’S IEC 61508 FSCP SERVICES FOR INDUSTRY EXPERTS
As an accredited service provider, TÜV SÜD offers the opportunity to verify your specialist expertise in functional safety. We offer three levels of certification that ensure functional safety professionals are certified to the highest standards of quality. After you pass the examinations, we present you with a TÜV SÜD certificate confirming your knowledge status and title. All globally recognised examinations are held in English language.
Exam: 150 minutes with multiple choice questions.
|Level 1 Exam||750€||150 min.|
|Level 2 Exam||950€||150 min.|
|Level 3 Exam||1150€||150 min.|
Managers, safety managers, software developers, hardware developers, project leaders, quality representatives, test engineers and all who are involved in IEC 61508 projects and lifecycle primarily focusing on the development of programmable electronic safety systems and aiming to implement their developments on the basis of the recognized international standard IEC 61508.
Module 2 explains how mathematical and analytical methods can be applied to verify hardware designs fulfilling the requirements of IEC 61508 Part 2. A case study is used as the basis for a detailed explanation of the systematic approach to be used in analysis and the method of determining the necessary probabilistic safety parameters.
The content of Day 2 is aimed particularly at responsible operators and users in the field of hardware and software development, heads of functional safety projects and safety managers.
Part 3 of IEC 61508 presents methods, procedures, documentation and the software safety life cycle, which must all be taken into consideration in developing safety-relevant software. Practical examples are used to introduce the principles underlying the standard and the procedures for dealing with the requirements of this part of the standard.
The content of Day 3 is aimed particularly at users and responsible operators in software and hardware development, heads of functional safety projects and safety managers.