The engineering and management services provider has been tapped to deliver safety training to CASG.
Nova Systems has been awarded a two-year contract to provide system safety training to the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG).
The group’s system safety instructors have been tasked with delivering 10 courses, via either the virtual classroom or face-to-face, to more than 200 CASG engineers.
This builds on existing contracts, with Nova already delivering Acceptance Testing & Evaluation (T&E) and Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) courses.
“Nova has been providing system safety training to Defence Industry and CASG for over 10 years,” Steven Robinson, Nova Systems Australia and New Zealand chief executive, said.
“Since we were recognised as a Registered Training Organisation, we have delivered system safety training to almost 400 people, truly growing sovereign capability in this critical and complex skillset.
“Our instructors are experts in their fields and have real world knowledge and experience to help our clients solve complex challenges. It’s the professionalism and expertise of our trainers, who love to impart their knowledge to our clients, which is our point of difference.
Robinson added: “We’re committed to growing truly sovereign capability, and we know that being able to train professionals in complex capabilities, such as System Safety or Test and Evaluation, is fundamental to growing and maintaining a resilient in-country industrial base.
“Our trainers’ practical advice ensures that students leave the classroom with strong foundation, which allows them to immediately engage in system safety engineering activities in their workplace.”
The System Safety Practitioner Course was developed by and is owned by Nova, and is tailored to domain specialties (Air, Land, Maritime and regulatory frameworks) and to audience interest (introduction project management, specialty engineers).