Goal Structuring Notation (GSN) Training Course 4/2/13

Posted by GSNAdmin on December 20, 2012

Presented by Tim Kelly, Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel – 4th February 2013 ‘Celebrating the 21st Anniversary of the first technical paper on GSN’

For more info please visit: http://www.aace.co.uk/gsntraining.php

Communicating clear, comprehensive and defensible arguments

Since its original conception in the early 1990s at the University of York, the Goal Structuring Notation (GSN) has developed significantly to provide a robust and consistent method to present structured arguments. Today the GSN Standard sets the industry benchmark for a methodology of choice used by many companies, authorities and individuals to graphically represent complex arguments with clear, auditable links to supporting evidence. GSN is now used widely within the safety critical industries such as Nuclear, Defence, Aerospace and Rail; moreover, it is flexible in application to manage reliability, security and financial risk cases.

This training, which has been jointly developed in collaboration between AACE Ltd and Origin Consulting Ltd, is applicable across a range of system engineering disciplines and applications. The course will be delivered by Tim Kelly, one of the foremost authorities on safety argumentation and an architect of GSN. It aims to present best-practice principles for the development of safety and assurance arguments for complex safety-critical systems in the context of the recently-published GSN Standard. We anticipate that the training will appeal to a broad range of engineers and managers with responsibilities in risk management and safety assurance.

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