SPICE Training – A Practical Approach for Projects

Duration: 2 days

Goal: Establish a good understanding in a project team of the key items to consider when starting a SPICE project.

This SPICE training covers:

  • The SPICE process model and assessment framework
  • Engineering processes, best practices and common solutions
  • Management processes, different approaches including agile methods
  • Supporting processes and typical tool chains
  • Preparing for an assessment
  • Interpreting assessment results
  • Internal improvement using SPICE

SPICE Training – Requirements Engineering

Duration: 1 day

Goal: Establish a good understanding of how to identify, write, review and manage requirements.

This SPICE training covers:

  • SPICE requirements related to requirements engineering and management
  • Identifying the requirements, from stakeholders and other sources
  • Working with a requirements structure to find gaps and issues
  • Writing individual requirements
  • Reviewing requirements
  • Managing changes to requirements
  • SPICE traceability, a practical approach

SPICE Training – Test Planning

Duration: 1 day

Goal: Understanding how to establish test plans and specifications covering all levels.

This training covers:

  • Requirements from the standard
  • The test levels (unit, integration, requirements)
  • Finding a lean test strategy
  • Establishing test plans
  • Developing test cases, safety and non-safety per level
  • Meeting requirements for coverage and consistency
  • How to specify and report tests

SPICE Training – Internal Assessor

Duration: 3 days

Goal: Train internal staff in how to conduct assessments.

This SPICE training covers:

  • The requirements of the standard
  • Assessment approach
  • Conducting an assessment, practical advice
  • How to rate performance
  • Consolidate and report assessment results
  • How to use assessment results for improvement