Aspire offer a range of standard and bespoke courses which provide different levels of instruction to suit the requirements and needs of you and your organisation.
Our courses are expertly designed and delivered by skilled, experienced and passionate people; locally, nationally and internationally. Click on the course subject titles below to find out more:
- Supportability Engineering & ILS
- Training Needs Analysis & Course Design
- A Systems Approach to Complex Spreadsheets
- Reliability Centred Maintenance - RCM
Supportability Engineering and ILS Courses – Optimising the performance of plant, systems, platforms or assets and reducing costs by analysing the performance, usage environment, reliability, maintenance, support needs and Life Cycle Cost.
Supportability Engineering and ILS courses are designed to provide the delegate with a high level of knowledge of all the aspects that are contained within an integrated logistic support (ILS) system. Our courses are based on foundation principles derived from Def Stan 00-600 and contained in Joint Service Publication (JSP) 886 (now contained with the Defence Logistic Framework (DLF), and are applicable to defence and civil industry alike.
Defence Training Needs Analysis (TNA) – Discover how to complete a Defence Training Needs Analysis, find knowledge gaps and learn to design appropriate training courses. You will also learn about the component parts of a Defence Training Needs Analysis – TNA and how each part fits in to the system of TNA, as well as the outputs and control of a Defence Training Needs Analysis project.
Our Defence Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and Course Design (CD) courses are compliant with the Defence Systems Approach to Training (DSAT) methodology contained in Joint Service Publication (JSP) 822. Whether you are seeking to understand the training needs of a civil or Defence organisation, these courses will provide the delegate with the full range of knowledge to undertake the tasks.
Badly designed spreadsheets may, at best, not answer the question that they were intended to address. At worst, they may cause incalculable financial damage to an organisation or even to a nation state.
There are two questions that any modeller has to address:
1) Am I building the right model?
2) Am I building the model right?
Preventive maintenance is an investment. It is the investment that an organisation makes in order to maximise the potential of its equipment.
RCM is a method for identifying the activities in which an organisation should invest in order to achieve the safe and efficient operation of that equipment. It does that by answering 7 questions.
RCM training with Aspire explores, in a workshop format, the background and some techniques for answering those questions.