07 / 08 May 2019

Applicable Language

The language to be used within the course and according documentation is German. All described performances and deliveries shall be made in English or German.

Course schedule

  • Start: 09:00 am
  • End: 05:15 pm

Cost

The course fee is € 1290, – (plus VAT 19%) per person for 2 days. The following is included in the course fee:

  • Course documents in printed form
  • 2 coffee breaks / day
  • 1 lunch / day
  • Cold drinks throughout the seminar

The General Terms and Conditions apply for events.

In-house Training?

You may also book our seminars as an in-house event in English at any time. For an individual offer call us (+49 (0) 89 997 4080 00) or simply send us an e-mail info (at) am-sys.com.

Practical introduction to Change and Configuration Management

This course teaches a basic understanding of Configuration Management using a practical example, i.e. the participants have the opportunity to try out specifics of what they have learned in a project and experience the effects of it. The participants work in teams in order to experience the Configuration Management activities as realistically as possible. The example simulates
essential parts of the product life cycle.

Short lecture blocks provide the theoretical knowledge necessary for the next step. Sufficient discussion time ensures an in-depth understanding.

Objectives

This seminar workshop examines and demonstrates relevant knowledge about the basics and requirements of
Configuration Management.

• You learn how the standards (ISO 1007 and ANSI / EIA 649)
understand and define Configuration Management
• You learn the typical sub-functions of Configuration
Management and what is behind that
• You learn that Configuration Management is a team task and
how it should be organized

Contents

Module 1: Introduction

  • • Introduction to Configuration Management
    • What is Configuration Management
    • The Five Functions of Configuration Management

Module 2: Basics

  • • The configuration unit
    • Baselines
    • Baseline Management

Module 3: Identification

  • • Configuration identification
    • Product structures
    • Numbering conventions
    • Naming conventions
    • The process of identification

Module 4: Change control

  • • Main aspects of change control
    • Change requests
    • Amendment procedure
    • Change process

Module 5: Accounting

  • • Configuration accounting
    • Configuration reports
    • Master Record Index
    • CR Status Report

Module 6: Audits

  • • Configuration System Audit
    • Functional Configuration Audit (FCA)
    • Physical Configuration Audit (PCA)
    • Audit Reports
Method

Brief trainer impulses, exercises, individual and group work,
discussion and exchange of experiences

Trainer

Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Georg Dueck, AMSYS GmbH