RTCA/DO-178B/C Training Seminar

MANNARINO is very proud to offer training in the development of airborne software (RTCA/DO-178B/C). Our 3-day basic seminar covers all aspects of RTCA/DO-178B/C and can be tailored to suit a customer’s specific needs. An optional 4th day focuses on RTCA/DO-178C Supplements & Tool Qualification.

Created for both system and software engineers, this seminar focuses on the certification and system aspects of developing airborne software as well as the detailed guidelines applicable to software engineers.  Practical workshops ranging from requirements management to robustness testing have been incorporated to enforce the participant’s understanding of important DO-178B/C objectives and activities.

The course curriculum is quite intense and addresses the “core” RTCA/DO-178B/C documentation.  To best absorb all the information, it is best to provide the course over a period of 3 days.  An optional 4th day is offered to deal with and delve into the special supplements relating to RTCA/DO-178C, which comprises:

RTCA/DO-330 ~ Software Tool Qualification Considerations
RTCA/DO-331 ~ Model-Based Development & Verification
RTCA/DO-332 ~ Object-Oriented Technology and Related Techniques
RTCA/DO-333 ~ Formal Methods

Seminar Location

International Air Transport Association (IATA)
800, rue du Square-Victoria
Montréal, Québec, H4Z 1M1

Seminar Date & Time

3 Day Course:              Tuesday to Thursday, 29 to 31 May 2018
Optional 4th Day:         Friday, 1 June 2018
Time:                           8:30 to 17:00

Registration Fees

  • 3 day training $1700 + PST/GST = $1,954.58 CDN
  • 4 day training (including supplements in DO-178/C) $1,950+ PST/GST = $2,242.01 CDN

Registration includes course material in electronic format, coffee breaks and lunch for all registered days as well as a certificate of completion.


For further information regarding the seminar content, please contact

Amanda Melles
DAO Chief Airworthiness Computer Scientist
Tel: (514) 381-1360 x 322
Email: amanda.melles@mss.ca

 For registration and payment, please contact

Sue Dabrowski
Offsets & Communications
Tel: (514) 381-1360 x 232
Email: sue.dabrowski@mss.ca

 We hope you will join us and we look forward to seeing you in May!

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