Here are the courses that you can buy.

Individual lessons cost $45 US, each. Courses are priced as the sum of the lessons with a 20% discount. You can get better discounts via email by subscribing, which is free.

Courses: System Safety Assessment

At the end of the course, you will be able to select the right tasks and create a safety program to suit any application. You might have a full, high-risk bespoke development system. You might be taking a commercial system off the shelf and doing something new with it. You might be taking a product and using it in a new application or a new location.

Whatever it is, you will learn how to tailor your risk assessment, using the analyses you need. You will be able to meet your legal and regulatory requirements. Once you’ve learned how to do this, you can apply it to almost any system.  There are thirteen lessons:

  1. System Safety Process;
  2. Tailoring your System Safety Analyses for any program;
  3. Safety Assessment Techniques Overview; and
  4. System Safety Program (Mil-Std-882E) analysis tasks:
    1. Preliminary Hazard Identification (Task 201);
    2. Preliminary Hazard Analysis (Task 202);
    3. Safety Requirements Hazard Analysis (Task 203);
    4. Sub-System Hazard Analysis (Task 204);
    5. System Hazard Analysis (Task 205);
    6. Operating & Support Hazard Analysis (Task 206);
    7. Health Hazard Analysis (Task 207);
    8. Functional Hazard Analysis (Task 208);
    9. System-of-Systems Hazard Analysis (Task 209); and
    10. Environmental Hazard Analysis (Task 210);

Courses: Australian Work Health & Safety

In this Australian WHS Course, we show you how to practically and pragmatically implement the essential elements of Australian Work Health and Safety Legislation. In particular, we look at the so-called ‘upstream’ WHS duties. These are the elements you need to safely introduce systems and services into the Australian market.  There are five lessons:

  • A Guide to the Australian WHS Act;
  • The Consultation, Cooperation & Coordination Code of Practice;
  • The Risk Management Code of Practice;
  • Safe Design; and
  • How to Demonstrate that Risk is SFARP.

Course: Cyber Security

In this course, ‘CISSP 2021: What’s New?’, we look at the significant changes that have been made to the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Official Exam Outline (the course syllabus).  There are still Eight Domains – Domains 1, 3 & 7 are still broader in content than the others.  Notable changes have been made to all domains, except the First Domain.  The lessons are:

  • My CISSP Exam Journey;
  • Domain 1: Security and risk management, and Domain 2: Asset security;
  • Domain 3: Security architecture and engineering, and Domain 4: Communication and network security;
  • Domain 5: Identity and access management (IAM), and Domain 6: Security assessment and testing;
  • Domain 7: Security operations, and Domain 8: Software development security.

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