Automotive Functional Safety Certification Programs in accordance with ISO 26262: 2018 (Unaccredited)

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to give professionals involved in functional safety in the automotive industry the opportunity to learn about functional safety, current applicable safety standards and their requirements.

Course Features

New technologies and the increasing number of functions within products mean that manufacturers have to develop more and more safety-relevant systems. This not only leads to an in-crease in the number of electronic components - the components and systems themselves are more complex and requirements as to their safety are becoming more stringent. Safety standard ISO 26262 stipulates that organizations must ensure that persons entrusted with tasks related to functional safety have a sufficient level of competence and also that they are suitably qualified. Since the publication of ISO 26262, therefore, employers have been urgently seeking trained and qualified personnel who can demonstrate their competence and professionalism.


Level 1 Program:

  • Knowledge of ISO 26262, Work experience in Automotive Industry

Level 2 Program:

  • Six Years relevant experience in Automotive Functional Safety
  • 2 References: Confirmation of collaboration in at least 2 functional safety project
Who should Attend

Those involved in the design, development, and production of electrical and electronic based vehicle products, including the systems, software and hardware engineers, and managers. Basically, all those responsible for the development and implementation of hardware and software systems in motor vehicles.

Course Contents

 Day 1: Management of Functional Safety

  • Introduction and Overview to ISO 26262
  • Management of Functional Safety (Part 2)
  • Documentation Management System: Part 8
  • Supporting Activities - DIA, Confidence in use of SW Tools, Tool Qualification
  • Item Definition

Day 2: From Hazard and Risk Analysis to System Development - Hardware Development Phase

  • HARA
  • Technical Safety Concepts and Requirements
  • Function Safety Concept and Requirements
  • System Level Development
  • Hardware Level Development
  • FMEA, FTA, ETA, Markov Analysis, RBD

Day 3: System Level to software Development Phase

  • HW Architecture Matrics - SPFM, LPFM
  • Software Development
  • Verification Methods
  • SW Integration test
  • HW-SW Interface Test

Day 4: Support Process

  • ASIL Oriented Safety Analyses
  • Requirements with respect to ASIL Tailoring
  • Criteria for Co-Existence of Elements
  • Analysis of dependent failures
  • SEooC and its development process
  • Production, Operation, Maintenance, and Decommissioning

Day 5: Guidelines on application of ISO 26262 to semiconductors, Adaption of ISO 26262 for Motorcycles

  • Semiconductor component and its partitioning
  • Hardware Faults, error, failure modes
  • Adopting semiconductor component safety analysis to system level
  • Intellectual Property
  • Fault Injections
  • Dependent failure Analysis
  • Adaption of motor cycles
  • Adaption of trucks, buses, trailers, and semi-trailers
  • HARA for Motor cycles
  • Controllability classification Techniques 
Issue of Certificate

Certificate of successful completion shall be issued to all the delegates who attend entire duration of the course & pass the written examination.


5 Days