Following on from recent news concerning COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we regret to inform you that the CRA PSA Training course planned for May 2020 is being postponed.
Guidance permitting, we intend to hold the training course later this year. We will communicate the rescheduled dates and booking information in due course.
TBC 2020, Probabilistic Safety Analysis Training, London, UK
£900+VAT per person
For over 10 years CRA has been delivering bespoke Probabilistic Safety Analysis (PSA) training courses tailored to our clients’ needs. Our blend of engaging material, interactive style and realistic exercises has proven so popular that we have created our own new PSA course; combining the best aspects of these courses with the latest, international standards and best practices. The course covers the fundamentals of quantitative risk analysis coupled with a mixture of teaching and exercises that can be applied to risk analysis packages such as RiskSpectrum, Fault Tree plus/Reliability Workbench, CAFTA, RiskMan, etc.
What Will I Learn?
CRA’s internationally recognised experts will deliver training covering topics such as:
This topical learning will be further supplemented via the sharing of realistic scenario based examples to help attendees understand how the techniques can identify and solve problems in their respective industries.
Who Should Attend?
This course is aimed at anyone who has only a beginner’s level of understanding of risk analysis, this could be:
This training is suitable for individuals working in: nuclear, rail, oil and gas, transport or defence sector.
When and Where is it?
The course will take place over 2 days at a London location.
Dates and a location will be announced in due course.
How Much does it Cost and How can I Book?
The cost is £900 + VAT per person. Refreshments and lunch will be provided on both days. Accommodation is not included. For booking and payment information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org ; payment by invoice is preferred.
Please email email@example.com to register interest in attending the training.