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LHP Engineering Solutions Announces a New Alliance With TÜV NORD

Below is the press release announcing the new training alliance. 

 

Columbus, IN., Mar. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LHP Engineering Solutions, a U.S. based engineering services provider, is pleased to announce a new alliance with TÜV NORD, an internationally recognized and accredited organization with experienced professionals having many years of practical know how in functional safety and the relevant standards associated.

 

Under the new agreement, LHP will offer training and certification under TÜV NORD`s market leading “Functional Safety Certified Automotive Engineer” (FSCAE) program. This program offers a unique three-stage approach to acquire different levels of qualification based on different criteria. The training is provided in a 4-day format, with an option to take a TÜV NORD certification exam on the 5th day.

 

The inaugural training will be offered in Pontiac, MI, at the LHP Michigan Engineering Center, and delivered by LHPU, LHP’s training division on April 24 - April 28, 2017.

 

Interested parties can register for all LHPU training programs online at www.lhpu.com.  Onsite training is also available upon request.  For questions regarding LHP's functional safety training programs please contact Megan Verkamp, Marketing Coordinator for LHP Engineering Solutions at LHPUtraining@lhpes.com, or visit lhpu.com to learn more.

 

Zach McClellan, President of LHPU, describes the partnership with TÜV NORD: “LHP has a long-standing tradition of offering high value, hands-on, project-based courses in the automotive industry. This partnership with TÜV NORD, the leader in ISO 26262 certifications, provides an ongoing option for ISO 26262 training and certification in the United States.”

 

Steve Neemeh, Solutions Architect for LHP Functional Safety, weighs in on the partnership: “LHP has decades of safety critical product development experience. With TÜV NORD as a partner, we become the premier supplier of training and services in the functional safety domain. With the ever-growing complexity of controls development and the movement into the autonomous space, it’s important for companies and people to understand how to integrate functional safety into the vehicle designs.”

 

LHP Engineering Solutions is a U.S. based technology integrator and engineering services provider to world-class automotive customers. LHP works with technology leaders facing increasingly complex embedded electronic control systems amidst the escalating demands of industry standards. LHP assists companies in creating scalable core technologies and processes that will serve their business through growth, meet challenges of increased complexities, and inform strategic decisions. 

 

The TÜV NORD GROUP, having over 10,000 employees in more than 70 countries, is one of the largest providers of technical services in the world. The TÜV NORD core brand combines its activities in the three business units of Industrial Services, Mobility, and Training. The inspection, certification and training companies are a driving force for global innovations and further development of the traditional TÜV activities.

 

 

Visit our website to learn more about FCSAE training opportunities 

 

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