Become a Certified Functional Safety Professional (Level 1)

Functional Safety Certification

Functional Safety Certification is essential for all engineering professionals, who wish to work with Safety Instrumented Systems in industry. Most employers and clients demand that people that they employ have a good understanding of Functional Safety concepts, Standards that are in use and engineering practices. This competency requirement is now mandatory.

Take this Functional Safety Certification course (Level 1) from Abhisam from the comfort of your home or office, or anywhere else. You may be located in Bangalore, India or in some city in the US such as Miami, FL or in Sydney, Australia or in Canada.

It does not matter.

You can take this course from anywhere in the world that has internet connectivity. This is the easiest way to learn about Functional Safety, SIL and SIS Cybersecurity and get certified for free.

Abhisam’s Functional Safety, SIL and SIS Cybersecurity (Level 1) is the go-to course for those who cannot attend classroom training classes due to COVID 19 lockdowns and restrictions.

What is this course all about?

No, it is not yet another Zoom webinar that pretends to be an e-learning course. No need to watch a guy talk on and on and on…until you fall asleep at the computer. Nothing can be more boring or frustrating. It is also not watching a recorded Youtube video.

This is a real e-course with text, animations and simulations, graphics, videos, real life examples and situations from actual plants and facilities that make for an interesting learning experience.

This is a completely self paced, engaging, interesting e-learning course that can be taken anywhere via any device (PC/laptop/ Mac/tablet/smartphone). No need to look at your calendar or do any scheduling. It is always there for you 24/7 on our advanced learning portal.

The whole package is designed to help you easily understand this complex subject.

Why is Functional Safety important?

Functional Safety is an important part of industrial safety, it protects assets, people and the environment from harmful consequences. However, most Functional Safety courses were traditional classroom courses, that need to be attended in person. This now impractical in view of the pandemic, social distancing norms and the disruption of transport. For a fraction of the cost that you would spend on a traditional instructor led, classroom training course, you can get this self paced, acclaimed training course instantly!

What if I have a large number of learners?

If you are an Enterprise with a large number of learners, then you can subscribe to our unlimited learner plan and deploy this course (or any other) from our portfolio across your entire organization, with the click of a button! Monitor learner actions via your own dashboard that gives you insights on learner activity in different modules, test scores and progress.

Did you know that according to the latest version of the Functional Safety standards IEC 61508 and IEC 61511/ISA S84 you need to ensure that persons engaged in Functional Safety activities must be trained in it and records maintained? This is the easiest way to do it.

What does the course contain?

The course itself is designed to be modular and it is split into 8 modules that cover the following.
You can take a look at the first module here to get an idea.

1. Introduction to Functional Safety.

2. Basic Concepts of Hazards, Risks and other concepts

3. Safety Instrumented Systems

4. Failures & Reliability

5. Safety Integrity Level

6. Functional Safety Standards

7. Functional Safety Management

8. SIS Cybersecurity

Every module also has some self assessment questions, that help you gauge how well you have grasped the concepts. Animations, simulations, exercises and videos make it a great learning experience.

To know more about it, or to enroll in the course, please visit Functional Safety Certification training page here.

Once you complete this course, you can then enroll in the Level 2 training if you would like to earn the Level 2 badge. More about that course in a later blog post.