Our courses are tailored to you and your organization.

Level of Repair Analysis (LORA)

An introduction to the Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) process as it is applied in a Supportability Analysis. LORA is a process used to determine if maintenance items should be repaired or discarded and the appropriate level at which this decision should occur. The course provides instruction and practical application in performing LORA along with instruction on when a LORA should be performed within the life-cycle of a program.

Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)

An introduction to Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA) that provides participants with the instruction and practical experience needed to determine support resource requirements for acquired systems, equipment, and high-value physical assets throughout the lifecycle. This course offers an overview of Task Analysis processes, using guidance from the SAE GEIA-STD-0007 and the SAE-TA-STD-0017. The course also provides insight into the role of MTA within the Defense Acquisition Management System (DoD Instruction 5000).

Product Support Analysis (PSA)

An introductory course designed to provide an understanding of Product Support Analysis (PSA) disciplines as they relate to the five phases of the Defense Acquisition Management System (DoD Instruction 5000). Gain the instruction and practical application needed to apply lifecycle management processes to acquired systems, equipment, and high-value physical assets. The material taught in this course is based on SAE-GEIA-STD-0007 and SAE-TA-STD-0017 (Product Support Analysis).

Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM)

An introduction to the RCM process that provides the instruction and practical application required to apply Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) Analysis to physical assets. The course provides instruction in a Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Standard JA1011 compliant RCM process. This course provides training designed to provide an understanding of RCM disciplines as they relate to developing efficient preventative maintenance programs. Intended for personnel who will perform or facilitate RCM analyses.

Supportability, Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (SFMECA)

An introduction to the Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) process as it is applied for use in a supportability analysis. The course provides practical instruction and application in performing a Supportability FMECA (SFMECA). The material taught in this course is based on MIL-STD-1629 as well as a future Supportability FMECA being developed by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

OUR MISSION

We partner with asset owners and managers to achieve optimal levels of economy, availability, and safety by developing and applying cutting-edge systems engineering and supportability analysis tools, training, processes, and expertise to the operation and support of physical assets.

OUR INSTRUCTORS

ASI instructors are recognized experts in their fields. We have extensive experience as practitioners and serve as key members of several standards governing bodies such as the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and AeroSpace and Defense Industries Association of Europe (ASD).

Our membership in these organizations ensures that we maintain the most up to date information available in the disciplines that we teach. We not only teach these disciplines; we use them daily, providing an unparalleled real-world experience that participants can take with them and use to improve their programs.

As career maintenance managers & maintainers, we fully understand all of the influences on supportability.

OUR CURRICULUM

We offer a broad range of topics that reflect our core capabilities. Course content can be customized for your specific program or industry.

All sessions are conducted in our state-of-the-art training facilities throughout the United States or on-site at your location.

As your Supportability Teammate, we impart skills and knowledge that will enable you to improve the performance of your systems throughout their life-cycle.

OUR CREDENTIALS

The Department of Defense and industry have sought our training advice for over ten years.

We consider it a privilege to pass along the lessons we have learned.

Available options include both classroom instruction at our site or yours and over the shoulder training that allows students to learn in an environment that is best suited to their unique situation.

Companies at the Forefront Train with ASI

NAVAIR (Naval Air Systems Command)
Bell Helicopter
MERC
D3 Technologies
KBRWyle
General Dynamics Information Technology
Lockheed Martin
Williams Gas Pipeline
Boeing
CACI / NAVSEA

NSWC Crane
Northrop Grumman Corp
Commissioning Agents Inc
SPAWAR SYS-Charleston
Marshall Aerospace
Bundeswehr
EADS Dornier Flugzeugwerft GmbH
RYROP LLC
MARCORSYSCOM
Insitu
ZENETEX

LTM
USCG
Engility
Eagle Systems
ManTech
O’Neil & Assoc
General Atomics- Aero
Arcadis
Mustang Svc, LLC
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
ACDA Inc

Corporate Headquarters

615 Lynnhaven Parkway,
Suite 104,
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Corporate Office

330 Crossing Blvd., Suite 300,
Orange Park, FL 32073

USA Offices

Crystal City, VA
Havelock, NC
Oklahoma City, OK
Patuxent River, MD
San Diego, CA

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