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International Conference on Mechanical And Automobile Engineering (ICMAPE-19)

Starts: 26th Dec, 2019

Location: Abeokuta

Summary

The International Conference on Mechanical And Automobile Engineering (ICMAPE-19). (ICMAPE-19) is being organized by ISER-India to provide an opportunity to research scholars, delegates and students to interact and share their experience and knowledge in technology application. (ICMAPE-19) will provide an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and results in Computer software and applications,Computing,Computer Science Engineering,Information Technology. The aim of the Conference is to provide a platform to the researchers and practitioners from both academia as well as industry to meet the share cutting-edge development in the field Enquiries Email Address info@iser.org.in

Automotive Electrical Wiring Course

Starts: 14th Jan, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

This Training Course is designed for Mechanics, Automotive Engineers, Automotive Technicians, Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Drivers. By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, participants will be able to demonstrate a heightened understanding of the following subjects, concepts, and issues: Part 1: Automotive Electrical Principles and Circuits Part 2: Tools for Automotive Wiring Part 3: Essentials of Automotive Wiring Part 4: Power Accessories and the Charging System Part 5: Equipment Wiring and Component Upgrade Part 6: Troubleshooting Part 7: Installation and Interface Part 8: Developing Wiring Harness

ISERD - 653rd International Conference on Vehicular, Mobile and Wearable Technology (ICVMWT)

Starts: 14th Nov, 2019

Location: lagos

Summary

ISERD - 653rd International Conference on Vehicular, Mobile and Wearable Technology (ICVMWT) aimed at presenting current research being carried out in that area and scheduled to be held on 14th - 15th November, 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria .The idea of the conference is for the scientists, scholars, engineers and students from the Universities all around the world and the industry to present ongoing research activities, and hence to foster research relations between the Universities and the industry. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

Operational Risk Management in the Aviation Sector Course

Starts: 7th Oct, 2019

Location: Lagos Learning Centre, 1A Unity Road, Ikeja

Summary

The aviation industry is both complex and unique. The demands on employees are great and, in many cases, the requirements are not accurately communicated to upper management. The Operational Risk Management (ORM) approach will give your safety program the tools and methods necessary to meet the requirements of a Safety Management System (SMS) for identifying and controlling risk. This program introduces Risk Management as a systems-based approach that focuses on the identification of hazards involved in each aspect of the operation, whether it involves aircraft flight operations, cockpit procedures, aircraft maintenance, turn-around, ticketing, scheduling, or baggage handling. Operational Risk Management formalizes this approach by implementing a logic-driven process to analyze the degree of risk associated with identified hazards, recommending Risk-based solutions, and monitoring the effectiveness of these solutions.

ISO 26262 – Automotive Functional Safety Training

Starts: 17th Apr, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

ISO 26262 automotive functional safety training from SGS – the skills and knowledge needed to implement the ISO 26262 standard across your organization. ISO 26262 defines the requirements for functional safety in the automotive sector. However, implementing the standard effectively can be complex. That is why you need to ensure that your personnel receive the right training. As an accredited body for functional safety, our ISO 26262 automotive functional safety training enables you and your staff to learn about your legal responsibilities, the safety processes and how you can comply with the requirements of ISO 26262. Why choose ISO 26262 automotive functional safety training from SGS? We will help you understand: ISO 26262 requirements The challenge of functional safety in automotive development The formal safety management processes and the recommended supporting processes Risk analysis and the functional safety concept Technical safety concept and system design Safety-oriented hardware and software development A methodical approach to safety analysis

Module K1 – Automotive

Starts: 29th May, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

Automotive functional safety training courses from SGS – Module K1, understanding ISO 26262. Offering an overview of functional safety standards and an introduction to ISO 26262 this course is designed for those people who want to gain an overview of all parts of the standard. This course covers all the key requirements of the new ISO 26262. Trainees will be introduced to the standard’s key demands and their implementation in an illustrative way. Content: Introduction to functional safety in automotive electronics development Overview of the main normative requirements of Volume 2: Management of Functional Safety Volume 3: Concept phase Volume 4: System development Volume 5: Hardware development Volume 6: Software development Volume 7: Production and operation Volume 8: Supporting processes Volume 9: Safety analyses

Module K2 – Automotive

Starts: 10th Jun, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

Automotive functional safety training courses from SGS – Module K2, management of functional safety. Learn about the implementation of a functional safety management (FSM) system, the processes and supporting activities involved. The new ISO 26262 standard describes management of functional safety as the essential basis for the development of safety-relevant electronics in motor vehicles. In an illustrative way, this training module demonstrates the aspects to be considered when introducing an FSM system and the tasks faced by safety managers at both the quality level and the project level. Content: Introduction to safety management Required safety processes in addition to the established quality assurance system Complementary processes in development – extension of supporting processes Responsibilities of safety managers at project level and practical implementation

Module K3 – Automotive

Starts: 23rd Apr, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

Automotive functional safety training courses from SGS – Module K3, risk assessment and analysis. Learn about developing the concept of functional safety from risk analysis to implementation. The agenda for functional safety is set during the product’s development, at vehicle level. This module is designed to meet the needs of vehicle manufacturers, as well as suppliers who need to know how safety objectives are defined and the functional safety requirements are derived. The current interpretation of the standards is presented and discussed in practical exercises. Content: Item definition requirements with practical exercise Performance of a risk analysis with risk assessment based on an illustrative example Functional safety requirements and elaboration of an exemplary functional safety concept

Module K4 – Automotive

Starts: 22nd May, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

Automotive functional safety training courses from SGS – Module K4, functional safety management (FSM) system concept and design. Building on the lessons of module K3 this course focuses on system development, technical safety concepts and system design. In addition, issues relating to interface definition between OEM and supplier(s) are addressed. Attendees’ knowledge and understanding of the relevant interactions is expanded through illustrative exercises. Content: Interface definition between an OEM and their supplier(s), as well as between suppliers Definition of technical safety requirements relating to the system and any allocated sub-systems Elaboration of a technical safety concept using an example, derived in module K3, including hardware/software-interface specification Required integration tests and process steps through to production approval

Module K5 – Automotive

Starts: 13th May, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

Automotive functional safety training courses from SGS – Module K5, hardware development. Focusing on hardware development module K5 introduces attendees to the subject of safety-oriented hardware development, in accordance with ISO 26262-5. ISO 26262 presents a new approach to hardware assessment. In future there will be multiple options and methods available to satisfy the requirements. These options, including their advantages and disadvantages, are identified and investigated in this module. The required safety demonstration methods are presented. Content: Interfaces for system and software development Specification of hardware safety requirements Calculation of failure metrics using the example from modules K3 and K4 with a practical exercise Required testing measures

IATF 16949:2016 – Automotive Quality Management Systems – Lead Auditor Course

Starts: 21st Jan, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

IATF 16949:2016 lead auditor course from SGS provides specialized training to satisfy the IATF standard clauses 7.2.3 and 7.2.4. International Automotive Task Force (IATF) 16949 is one of the most widely used international standards for quality management in the automotive industry. Our training course can provide in-depth training and knowledge of the IATF 16949:2016 standard requirements. Why choose the SGS IATF 16949:2016 lead auditor course? After completing this IATF lead auditor training course, you will have an awareness of: IATF 16949:2016 clause 7.2.3, Internal Auditor Competency (modules one to three) IATF 16949:2016 clause 7.2.4, Second Party Auditor Competency (modules one to three) IATF 16949:2016 clause 4.3.2, for Customer Specific Requirements (module one) IATF 16949:2016 clause 5.1, Leadership and Commitment (module one) The trusted IATF 16949:2016 lead auditor course from a leading training provider As the leader in professional training, we offer you in-depth knowledge and expertise in IATF 16949:2016 requirements. The course consists of three modules. To complete the course and satisfy the IATF standard clauses 7.2.3 and 7.2.4, 100% attendance of all three modules and successful completion of the tests in modules two and three is required. Modules: Three modules, which can be offered individually Training options: Public and in-house Accreditation: SGS Module one: Introduction to IATF 16949:2016 – one day Module one covers: Overview of IATF 16949:2016 Change history Annex SL PDCA model Process approach Introduction to customer specific requirements Module two: Internal Auditing IATF 16949:2016 By the end of module two, you will be able to understand and interpret the requirements of IATF 16949:2016 clauses 4 to 10. Module three: Core Tools – two days Module three covers: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Statistical Process Control (SPC) Who should attend? The three course modules are designed for: Delegates who have a working knowledge of auditing management systems within the automotive sector and ISO 9001 Those involved in the implementation and/or auditing of IATF 16949:2016 Delegates who are responsible for second-party quality management system audits and/or working with suppliers towards conformity/certification of IATF 16949:2016 Top-level management looking for an overview Delegates requiring training in the IATF Core Tools (FMEA, MSA and SPC) Please note this course is not recommended for delegates who have no prior knowledge of ISO 9001: 2015 requirements or auditing techniques. Alternative courses can be offered to meet individual needs. This course is aligned with other SGS training courses to support IATF 16949:2016 and is delivered by a competent tutor meeting the IATF 7.2.3 and 7.2.4 standard requirements.

IATF 16949:2016 – Automotive Quality Management Systems – Introduction Course

Starts: 26th Jan, 2019

Location: 7B Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island

Summary

The Introduction to IATF 16949:2016 course provides you with an introductory overview of the automotive quality management system. People in a glass meeting room The updated IATF 16949:2016 international automotive standard outlines the quality management system requirements for organizations working in automotive production, service, and/or accessory parts of the automotive industry. Our training course provides you with an introduction to the IATF 16949:2016 standard and requirements. This course covers the following topics: Overview and history of IATF 16949:2016 Structure of IATF 16949:2016 Introduction to customer specific requirements Automotive process approach After completing your automotive management training course, attendees will be able to: Gain an overview of IATF 16949:2016 Interpret Annex SL Understand the P-D-C-A model Gain an awareness of the process approach Understand customer specific requirements

Aviation Infrastructure for Africa Gap Analysis Workshop

Starts: 19th Mar, 2019

Location: Transcorp Hilton Abuja,1 Aguiyi Ironsi Street Maitama

Summary

Session 1: The Air Transport Context in Africa Success and challenges of liberalizing air transport Market in Africa - Mr. Peter Amaleboba , Legal Advisor/Ag. Director Air Transport, AFCAC Outcomes of the Third ICAO World Aviation Forum (IWAF/3) – Mr. Toru Hasegawa, Deputy Director, Economic Development, ATB, ICAO Session 2: Global and Regional Requirements The Global Perspective on GASP and GANP – Marco Merens, Chief, Integrated Aviation Analysis Section, ANB/IAA, ICAO AFI Air Navigation Plan(ANP) – Mr. Prosper Zo’o Minto’o, Deputy Regional Director, ICAO/WACAF Office Revised Abuja Safety targets – Mr. Papa Atoumane Fall, Director of Safety, AFCAC GASeP, Windhoek Declaration and Targets for security and facilitation – Mr. Barry Kashambo , Regional Director , ICAO/ ESAF Office Session 3: Aviation Infrastructure Gap Analysis and Master Plan Development process-Exchange of experiences and lessons learned Aviation Infrastructure and Master planning: ICAO Perspective - Mr. Toru Hasegawa, Deputy Director, Economic Development, ATB, ICAO ASECNA: Air Navigation Infrastructure perspective – Ms. Mbayang Gueye, Head of the Strategy and Planning Department, ASECNA ACI: Airport infrastructure perspective – Mr. Rishi Thakurdin, Director Safety and Technical, Airports Council International IATA: Airline Perspective – Manager Safety and Operations ATM, El CHARKAOUI Yassine ECOWAS: Regional Economic Community Perspective, Mr. Paul-Antoine Marie Ganemtore, Project Director Air Transport, Air Economic Community of West African States The Federal Republic of Nigeria, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu, Managing Director/CEO, Nigerian Airspace Management Agency Session 4: Aviation Infrastructure for Africa Gap Analysis - 2019 Gap Introduction Gap A N S GAP_ Airlines GAP_AGA KENYA AIRSPACE MASTER PLAN 2015-2030 PRESENTATION Session 6: Recommendations/Outcomes of the Workshop, and next steps Summary of panel discussions Session 1-4, Arthemon Ndikumana, Deputy regional Director, ICAO ESAF Regional Office

Forklift Safety Course for Beginners

Starts: 19th Aug, 2019

Location: 7 Unity Close, Unity Estate, Off Segun Kujore Street, Off CMD Road, Shangisha, Magodo

Summary

Every year so many forklift-related injuries occur in the workplaces. Most forklift accidents can be attributed to lack of safe operating procedures, lack of safety rule enforcement, and insufficient or inadequate training. Many employees are injured when forklifts are inadvertently driven off loading docks or fall between docks and an unsecured trailer. Other workers are hurt when they are struck by a forklift, or when they fall while standing on elevated pallets. Most incidents also involve property damage, including damage to overhead sprinklers, racking, pipes, walls, and machinery. Studies have shown that most forklift accidents could have been prevented by training and training can also reduce the severity of an accident. Training Objectives: At the end of this training the participants will be able to: identify hazards associated with forklift operation; assess the inherent hazards; reduced damaged goods in the workplace; improves operators’ skills and techniques; operate forklift safely; and put control measures in place, Course Benefits The difference between a business success and failure is dependent on how efficiently the operation was managed to reduce incidents, injuries, equipment damage etc. The company will gain in the following ways: Reduction/elimination of injuries because participants will be trained on how to identify risks, and injury preventive strategies Elimination of downtime that would have arisen through equipment failures (through a proactive preventive maintenance skill that will be imparted upon the participants) The participants will be able to identify in good time defects on equipment (because a stitch in time saves nine). Participants will be able to work with minimum or no supervision.

Fleet Management for Profitability Course

Starts: 26th Feb, 2019

Location: 5/7 Alade Lawal Street, Off Ikorodu Road, Anthony Village

Summary

This is a comprehensive fleet management course that covers important and vital aspects of the fleet life cycle. Fleet management practitioners and owners must keep abreast of the latest developments, practices, technological advancements and a broad spectrum of related issues so as to run their own fleet profitably or provide their clients with the best service. The knowledge and techniques delegates will learn in the course are practicably applicable to their fleet. Objectives Participants will be provided with the knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals in fleet management They will be exposed to how to fully implement effective fleet management policies and controls in their work environment They will understand how to resolve critical issues in Fleet Operation Participants will have a better understanding of motivating and rewarding the fleet operations staff They will learn how to effectively prevent as well as manage crisis that may occur in fleet operations They look at the important financial aspects of fleet operation and for a sustainable fleet business. By the time the course ends, five significant learning points, among several others, would have been imbibed by participating delegates: Participants will have been exposed to comparative fleet management policies and practices of other organizations and how to bring the relevant aspects of them to bear in Access Bank so as to aid effective implementation and controls. They will understand how to resolve critical issues in Fleet Operation. Participants will have a better understanding of techniques in motivating and rewarding the fleet operations staff. They will learn how to prevent as well as manage crisis that may occur in fleet operations. In the outsourced elements of the Fleet Management, participants will be exposed to managing the vendors for value delivery. Course Contents Day One Fundamentals of Fleet Management Fleet Management: An essential service function Fleet organisation, administration and maintenance practices Analysis of transport requirements in the organization Managing Fleet for Optimum Result Vehicle selection and acquisition Vehicle replacement planning Setting Key Performance Standards Developing a Green, Safe and Efficient Fleet Essential Skills for Efficient Fleet Management People skills for driver control and management Management skills for workshop personnel Preventive maintenance skills and maintaining high standards of vehicle maintenance Critical Issues in Fleet Operation Vehicle delay, downtime and its associated costs Safety and road traffic accidents and its associated costs. Day Two Financial Issues in Fleet Operations Financing options Setting operational/financial targets and standards Efficient management of costs and resources Fleet performance measurement and benchmarking Implementing strong risk management policies. Outsourced and Other Critical Issues Managing vendors under an outsourced fleet management policy Safety procedures Passengers safety and safety of loads on vehicles Safety packing and safety checklist Inspection and safety reports. Day Three Managing Drivers Linking employee performance to the reward system Total competitive compensation structure Pay-for-performance philosophy Motivating and rewarding drivers for optimum performance Managing Crisis Causes of fleet management crisis Personality and behavioural issues Communication breakdown Crisis prevention techniques Crisis management styles.