Training Courses

SLICwave, the recognized world leader in product life cycle support solutions software, is supported with training courses that give you the necessary skills and knowledge to manage the software proficiently and effectively.

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US Training Dates
March 2024
  • 11-15
    Supportability Analysis
  • 18-22
    Using SLICwave LC
April 2024
  • 16-18
    SLICwave LC System Administration

Supportability Analysis
(MIL-STD-1388-2B, LMI, and GEIA-STD-0007)

Course length: 5 days

This course provides fundamental insight into the logistics support analysis (LSA) process. It focuses on the primary current standards that serve as the basis for many LSA programs – GEIA-STD-0007, MIL-STD-1388-2B, and LMI. Additionally, it examines the role of analysis in PBL and spiral programs. The focus of the course is to provide you the necessary insight to produce the appropriate support system for your program. Supportability Analysis (MIL-STD-1388-2B, LMI, GEIA-STD-0007) course provides the foundation for the use of SLICwave software.

Using SLICwave v5.3

Course length: 5 days

Using SLICwave introduces new and existing users to the SLICwave software. If you have a contract using MIL-STD-1388-2B, LMI, PBL, or GEIA-STD-0007, this course will provide you with the fundamental proficiency to use the industry standard product life cycle support information management software. Using SLICwave combines expert instructor-led sessions and plenty of hands-on exercises to promote skill development. Master the productivity enhancing features of SLICwave through practical use of SLICwave during the Using SLICwave training course. Recommended: Working knowledge of MIL-STD-1388-2B or GEIA-STD-0007, or the Supportability Analysis Training Course


Course Length: 3 days

The SLICwave/S1000D training course expands upon your existing knowledge of SLICwave and GEIA-STD-0007 by focusing on SLICwave functionalities that facilitate delivery of SPEC S1000D data modules. This course is targeted at experienced SLICwave users that need to repurpose and enhance existing SLICwave LSAR data module creation, publication, synchronization with common source databases (CSDBs), and how to generate and review S1000D applicability using SLICwave. Recommended: Course attendees need a working knowledge of SLICwave, GEIA-STD-0007, and SPEC S1000D.

Provisioning: Concepts, Analysis, and Techniques

Course Length: 3 days

The Provisioning: Concepts, Analysis, and Techniques training course provides instruction to provisioners of all levels. Through a detailed introduction and skilled instruction, you will learn how to improve management and delivery of provisioning contractual requirements. This comprehensive course provides not only theoretical overview, but real world scenarios, enabling you to improve evaluation and understanding of obstacles and issues that may come in receiving, maintaining, and submitting provisioning data. Recommended: Working knowledge of MIL-STD-1388-2B and/or GEIA-STD-0007

SLICwave System Administrator

Course Length: 3 days

The SLICwave System Administrator (SA) training course provides instruction for effective maintenance management of the SLICwave system. Discover how to achieve optimal performance from the software with the knowledge you gain from this course.


Course Length: 2 days

The SLICwave/CM-L training course instructs users in the usage of the Configuration Management-Logistics (CM-L) module for SLICwave. SLICwave/CM-L is a highly sophisticated module that permits users to perform configuration management (CM) of LSAR data at any time. It also tracks modifications to the LSAR database via in-work partitions and allows users to make prototype alterations to LSAR data while keeping a "baseline" configuration of data intact. This course instructs in the creation of these in-work partitions, maintenance of the data within the partitions, and updating the baseline configuration using data from a partition. This course is offered on an as-required basis.

Introduction to FMECA & RCM Analysis

Course Length: 3 days

The Introduction to FMECA and RCM Analysis training course introduces Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality (FMECA) and Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). FMECA is engineering analysis that seeks to identify the ways a system can fail, the effects of those failures, and the criticality of those failures. In addition, FMECA determines what corrective maintenance actions will be necessary to rectify the failure, RCM is an engineering analysis that seeks to determine the possibility of preventing the failures identified in FMECA. Furthermore, RCM analysis will identify preventative maintenance actions that can be undertaken in order to keep the failures from occurring. This course is offered on an as-required basis.