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Product Compliance refers to the process of ensuring that a product meets all relevant regulatory, safety, and quality standards set forth by governing bodies in the region where the product is being sold or distributed. These standards may include environmental regulations, health and safety requirements, labeling laws, industry-specific standards, and more. Therefore Product Compliance is a complex topic,and thus what better way to learn about it than to attend a relevant training course.
We have selected a diverse range of Product Compliance Training Courses below for you to browse through. However for those looking for a specific type of course the catalogue is sub-divided into the following topics:

General Product Compliance Training Courses

Introduction to CE and UKCA Marking – Practical Guide

Course Reference STU 106
Our CE & UKCA Marking training course provides a practical approach to what you need to know to place your products on the market and into service. The course covers the principles of CE & UKCA Marking for all fields, drawing on examples from our knowledge and experience with consumer products, children’s products, electrical goods, and electronics.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to CE and UKCA Marking your products.

Course Reference CON 101
Whether you are an importer, manufacturer, designer or manager, you need to know the basics of CE marking. This course will guide you through the complete CE marking process, from design considerations and finding the right standards to completing all the necessary documentation

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: On-line or Nr. Buxton Derbyshire, UK – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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CE and UKCA Marking Electrical Equipment

Course Reference CON 102
There are a variety of directives and regulations relating to electrical and electronic equipment, which you should be familiar with if you are involved in the manufacture or importation of such products.
This course will explain who is responsible for CE marking, and what should be done to carry out the process correctly, as well as looking into the directives and standards involved.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: On-line or Nr. Buxton Derbyshire, UK – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to UKCA Marking E-learning Course

Course Reference STU 107
As a result of the UK leaving the EU, a new product mark has been established for the Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) market which has replaced the EU requirements for CE Marking. The requirement for UKCA marking (UK Conformity Assessed marking) came into effect on 1st January 2021 and will be required for products being placed on the market in Great Britain (GB), consequently both UK and global businesses need to be aware of the new requirements.

Duration: 90 Minutes, Venue: On-line
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Certified Reliability Professional Training

Course Reference STU 108
In today’s competitive world, it is essential to design and manufacture products that are highly reliable. A Reliability Professional evaluates the product’s ability to perform at an expected probability of success for a specified period without compromising various stresses acting on the product in certain environmental conditions. This Engineering field is of utmost importance in the entire life cycle of the products. By applying proper techniques, products can be designed, manufactured, and tested for the stated reliability targets.

Duration: 5 Days, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Medical Devices Training Courses

Requirements of the Medical Device Regulation for CE Marking

This one-day medical device training outlines the key requirements, concepts and overall process for CE marking under the medical device regulation. It’s suitable for anyone working in regulatory affairs/quality assurance or staff partnering with medical device manufacturers. 
This stage of your learning journey creates a solid base for implementing your own CE marking projects. It provides essential knowledge about EU medical devices and regulatory affairs from all areas of an organization. It also explains the demands that fall on subcontractors, importers and distributors…….
Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Live On-line & Live On-Site – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to Medical Device Software

Gain an understanding of the medical device software lifecycle processes, classification rules and development activities to meet regulatory requirements…..
Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Live On-line – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Technical Documentation for the Medical Device Regulation

This one-day intensive course enables greater understanding of the key requirements for technical documentation for medical devices, in line with the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR) requirements in Europe. The aim of the course is to enable manufacturers to:

  • Create robust technical documentation to demonstrate compliance to the MDR
  • Better understand regulatory requirements and Notified Body expectation, to prevent unnecessary delays to the certification process…..
    Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Live On-line – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Implementation of Medical Device Regulation for CE Marking

This three-day course from your partner in learning is especially useful for regulatory affairs, quality management and quality assurance professionals who need to implement the medical device regulation (MDR). The MDR training is also designed for people working for organizations that partner with Medical Device manufacturers. 

You will learn all the requirements needed for conformity assessment, how to fulfil technical documents and how to plan post-market activities required by the MDR. By the end of the course you will be able to put all this knowledge into working practice in your organization…..
Duration: 3 Days, Venue: Live On-Line & Live On-Site – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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The hidden stings of the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) – Annex VII

The Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) is the legislation detailing the requirements that manufacturers must meet to place medical devices on the market in the European Union.
Learn some key requirements about Annex VII of the MDR and gain a better understanding of why notified bodies may be seen to behave differently and in a much more detailed way than what organisations may have previously experienced.

Duration: 1 Hour, Venue: On-demand elearning
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Requirements of the Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

This on-demand course will give you an understanding of the key requirements, which will provide:

  • Essential knowledge to understand Regulatory Affairs of medical devices in the EU, e.g. in the position of top management, or a manager or project member in QM/QA, R&D, design, manufacturing, supply chain, customer service and sales
  • The ability to understand the demands of the subcontractor, supplier, OEM, authorized representative, importer, distributor, allowing better relationships between them and the legal manufacturer
  • A basis to learn later about implementation of CE marking projects

Duration: 4 Hours, Venue: On-demand elearning
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Machinery Safety Training Courses

CE and UKCA Marking Machinery and Industrial Equipment 

Course Reference CON 103
The safety of machinery and industrial equipment is a crucial issue for end-users, but it is not always clear where the responsibility for this lies.
You will gain an understanding of how to carry out assessments on your machinery, including applying the relevant standards and producing and compiling the appropriate documentation.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: On-line only. – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to Machinery Safety 

Course Reference STU 120
This course introduces the regulatory requirements and the supporting standards associated with the safety-related design of machinery.
‘This was a very informative training session that covered all bases with the right amount of detail and supporting info. The training experience was direct and interesting, the trainer was easy to speak to and could be asked questions at any time. All-in a good experience and would recommend.’

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Manchester or Virtual Classroom
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Hazardous Area Awareness Competency – Machinery Safety

Course Reference STU 119
Understanding the risks, hazards, implementations and requirements of Hazardous Areas and Potentially explosive atmospheres. The course covers subjects like ATEX, DSEAR and general hazardous locations theory, and also adds information on international standards and schemes such as IECEx and UKEX. Our course also covers all of the latest updates and new Standards

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: IN-HOUSE COURSE only
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Assessing Safety Related Design of Machinery

Course Reference STU 123
This course discusses the assessment of safety of machinery, against legislative and normative requirements. It requires attendees to have a good understanding of CE/UKCA marking machinery and safety of machinery design.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to Electrical Machinery Safety

Course Reference STU 121
This course introduces the design requirements associated with the safety-related design of electrical equipment of machinery, covering several standards.
‘The course was very well presented and the trainer was very good at gauging the level of skill the trainees had and he adjusted the speed of training to suit.’

Duration: 2 Days, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Machinery Risk Assessment

Course Reference CON 104
Risk assessments need to be carried out when machines are designed, manufactured, put into service and modified.
This course explains the role of standards in the risk assessment process, to enable designers and project managers to carry out the risk assessment in the most efficient way.

Duration: 2 Days, Venue: On-line only. – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Introduction to CE/UKCA Marking & PUWER for Safety of Machinery

Course Reference STU 122
Discover the essential legislative and safety requirements for machinery design, marking, and instructions in our comprehensive training course. The agenda covers key topics such as legislation for machinery safety and enforcement, CE-marking principles and requirements, the differences between UKCA and CE Marking, and PUWER requirements for equipment design.

Duration: 2 Days, Venue: Birmingham or Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Functional Safety Training Courses

ISO 26262 Automotive Functional Safety Training and Certification for Engineers (Level 1)

Course Reference STU 109
The ISO 26262 Functional Safety Training and Certification Program (FSCP) is a personal certification program. The program trains professionals to have complete understanding and updated technical knowledge of the safety related systems that the standard accounts for. It aims at building a basic understanding about safety-related functions with respect to electrical and electronic systems to minimise risks and failure in the automotive sector. It applies from the concept phase, design phase, product development, commissioning to decommissioning phase.

Duration: 4 Days, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Functional Safety Engineer for ISO 13849 & IEC 62061 Training

Course Reference STU 110
Advance Your Career: Master Functional Safety Principles
Improve your knowledge of functional safety with our three-day online instructor-led course, accredited by TÜV SÜD and focusing on the ISO 13849 & IEC 62061 standards. This course is ideal for UK professionals involved in managing or designing safety-related control systems in machinery.

Duration: 3 Days, Venue: Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Functional Safety Professional Training Course – ISO 13849 & IEC 62061

Course Reference STU 111
This course focuses on manufacturing systems and devices for functional safety in the machinery sector.

“The Tutor has a wealth of knowledge in Functional Safety. He allowed for open discussions about real-life scenarios from attendees without cutting short the discussions. The course was well paced and ensured that all the content was sufficiently covered.”

Duration: 4 Days, Venue: Manchester or Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Safety Plan ISO 26262 E-Learning Course

Course Reference STU 112
Safety is one of the key issues in the development and validity for all road vehicles like trucks, buses, motorcycles, and automobiles. The Safety Plan defines all necessary activities to be compliant with the standard.
In this self-paced e-Learning training, students will learn how to use the Safety Plan in different roles as a part of  Functional Safety Management and how to meet avoidance systematic faults as required by ISO 26262. You will also learn how to tailor the Safety plan and how to derive safety activities in scheduled steps.

Duration: 77 Minutes, Venue: On-line only
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Functional Safety ISO 26262 ASIL Risk Classification E-Learning

Course Reference STU 113
This course on functional safety comprises of two modules., Here, you will learn about the concept of functional safety and its importance with examples/scenarios. The course covers the definition of functional safety and explains how the Functional Safety standard helps in getting the product rolled out in the market with adequate safety. It also provides more insight into the concept of risk, risk assessment and risk measurements and also differentiates between reasonable and unreasonable risks.

Duration: 120 Minutes, Venue: On-line only
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IEC 61508 Industrial Automation Functional Safety Training and Certification for Engineers (Level 1)

Course Reference STU 114
Our IEC 61508: Basic Functional Safety training includes course modules 1-3 and is designed to train participants in the basic principles of IEC 61508 Functional Safety, the processes necessary for your role in the safety life cycle (highly recommended for beginners) and also at the same time improve their expertise in safety related functions for Electrical, Electronic and Programming systems.

Duration: 3 Days, Venue: Manchester or Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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IEC 61511 Process Functional Safety Training and Certification for Engineers (Level 1)

Course Reference STU 115
This training course is designed as a combined capsule of different modules based on years of practical experience in the field of Functional Safety and participation in relevant standardisation committees. The course imparts the required knowledge relating to the existing IEC 61511 international standards for safety-relevant electrical / electronic systems, it covers the design and management requirements for Safety Instrumented Systems throughout the entire safety life cycle.

Duration: 3 Days, Venue: Manchester or Virtual Classroom – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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ISO/PAS 21448 Basic Training Course, Essentials to achieve the safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF)

Course Reference STU 116
Based on our long-standing practical experience in the field of Functional Safety we supply you with the necessary expertise for the new ISO/PAS 21448 dealing with “Safety of the Intended Functionality” (SOTIF). For driver assistant systems and automated driving, the safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) is a very important complement to functional safety.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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ISO/PAS 21448 Advanced Training Course – Technical aspects to achieve the safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF)

Course Reference STU 117
While functional safety addresses the integrity of electrical and/or electronic (E/E) systems within road vehicles, SOTIF deals with the minimization of risk from insufficiencies of functional performance and robustness. The various aspects of safety are key issues in the development.Our training is based on the latest concepts developed in industry, used to implement the public available specification ISO/PAS 21448.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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EN 5012X Rail Functional Safety Training and Certification for Engineers (Level 1)

Course Reference STU 118
Functional safety ensures that safety risks due to hazards caused by the malfunctional behavior of systems are reduced to an acceptable level. This 3 day course includes the following standards:

  • EN 50126 (IEC 62278): Specification and Demonstration of Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS)
  • EN 50129 (IEC 62425): Safety related electronic systems for signaling
  • EN 50128 (IEC 62279): Software for railway control and protection systems
  • EN 50159: Safety-related communication in transmission systems

Duration: 3 Days, Venue: Virtual Classroom (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Miscellaneous Training Courses

The Pressure Equipment Directive

Course Reference CON 105
The Pressure Equipment Directive covers all pressure vessels, piping safety accessories and pressure accessories; and it is vital that these products are correctly CE marked.
You will learn who should take responsibility, how to find and apply standards, what documentation you need to produce, and the role of Notified Bodies.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: On-line only. – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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ATEX Compliance and Risk Assessment

Course Reference CON 106
The ATEX Directive applies to mechanical or electrical equipment used in explosive or potentially explosive atmospheres.
It is very important that this type of equipment is safe to use, and this in-depth course will take you through the CE and Ex marking process in detail. You will gain an understanding of the requirements, including the various options for ensuring equipment is safe.

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: On-line only. – (Also available as an IN-HOUSE COURSE)
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Hazardous Area Awareness Competency

Course Reference STU 119
Understanding the risks, hazards, implementations and requirements of Hazardous Areas and Potentially explosive atmospheres. The course covers subjects like ATEX, DSEAR and general hazardous locations theory, and also adds information on international standards and schemes such as IECEx and UKEX. Our course also covers all of the latest updates and new Standards

Duration: 1 Day, Venue: IN-HOUSE COURSE only
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People who browsed the Product Compliance Training Courses above also viewed the three books below from the Product Compliance Library.

Product Safety Handbook
Electrical Safety Handbook
Explosion-Proof Equipment in Hazardous Area book