Leaders In Automotive Safety Training
kVA’s professional trainers are knowledgeable in the practical application of ISO 26262 and the requirements of safety management processes for automotive engineering. Hosting approximately fifteen onsite trainings and five offsite trainings each year, kVA’s degreed consultants have a deep understanding of the North American automotive market.
Since 2010, kVA has trained thousands of engineers in the functional safety community. Several of these trainings are summarized below:
- ISO 26262 Training and Certification:
Through a partnership with SGS-TÜV, a global expert in functional safety, kVA provides a comprehensive ISO 26262 training and certification course in the U.S.
- Customized In-House Training for ISO 26262:
A top 3 global supplier hired kVA to provide in-house education to 40+ engineers. kVA developed several extended customized examples, using real hardware and software from the development group as a component of the educational material.
- Introduction to Functional Safety for Electrified Powertrains:
kVA trained approximately 25 engineers during the ITEC’16 Conference and Expo. The training included an introduction to the ISO 26262 standard, walking through the hazard analysis and risk assessment for a hybrid electric vehicle and advanced hazards for electrified powertrains.
- Combined Management and Engineering Training Events:
kVA’s Executive Management Training session is often combines with standard 2-Day Engineering Training on ISO 26262. This combination can be provided at your site, by one of kVA’s certified trainers.
- Specialized Topics:
kVA can deliver specialized technical training in areas such as safety software, Fault Tree and FMEA methods, determination of Fault Metrics (such as PMHF, SPFM, LFM, etc.), or other topics of your choosing.
“I have interacted twice with kVA and what stands out is their remarkable technical insight and their ability to get the best in business to stand on a podium. I don’t think I would have learnt functional safety better at another vendor and I say that without exaggeration.” Powertrain Product Engineer, Vehicle OEM