Systecon provides a number of training courses within the area of logistics engineering:
This course provides insight, knowledge and training in Logistic Analysis, i.e., analyses and associated methods central to Life Cycle Management. Fundamental concepts such as operational effectiveness, RAMS and LCC are introduced and described. Through several exercises, a thorough understanding of the concepts is obtained. The exercises also illustrate and exemplify how Logistic Analysis is conducted in various phases (of a system life cycle).
This training course focuses on design and control of system reliability, maintainability and supportability, from design to disposal.
This course gives participants a thorough understanding of how to plan and manage the development of necessary support systems as an integrated part of developing the actual technical system.
In this course you will structure, model and evaluate alternative logistics support solutions, and reach a deep understanding of the logistics relationships.
In this course you will learn the basics of LCC, e.g. the importance of that an LCC model include all significant future costs during the life span of the system and the LCC role in logistic engineering.
Designing support systems is the process of identifying and analyzing different logistics and support alternatives and selecting the best alternative, this course focus on LORA and simulation techniques which are valuable methods for selecting between the alternatives.