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TRIZ and Systematic Innovation Training > Advanced  Course for Technology and Engineering

Advanced TRIZ and Systematic Innovation for Technology and Engineering

5-day Hands-on Practical Training and International Certification by MATRIZ, Level 2

Trainer: Valeri Souchkov, TRIZ Master

Dates: February 13-17, 2017
Location: Pune, India

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“This course is an absolute must for everybody who wishes to obtain a deep understanding of the entire range of TRIZ tools and more from one of the best TRIZ trainers. After this course you will be able to apply TRIZ immediately to real problems within your own job.”
R&D and International Production Director, The Netherlands


This unique training course offers full five days of intensive "immersion" to advanced TRIZ and Systematic Innovation. It is based on over 20 years of experience with performing TRIZ training and consulting projects within diverse industries. The course provides learning and mastering practical skills with advanced TRIZ techniques which are usually not learned during introductory and basic TRIZ training, and which help with dealing with most challenging innovative tasks on improving products and technologies.
The course is intended for those who want to learn TRIZ at the advanced level and incorporate its techniques to everyday use.
The course is designed in a such a way that its material can be learned by both TRIZ beginners and those who already took some preliminary basic training in TRIZ and want to broaden and deepen their knowledge and master skills with advanced TRIZ techniques. We do not limit the course audience to those who already took introductory training since we provide a set of video training materials on basic TRIZ to watch before the course.
The course explains in detail how different tools in TRIZ are connected, Function Analysis and Trimming, a system of 76 Inventive Standards and Substance-Field Modeling, the TRIZ Trends and Lines of Technology Evolution and their link with Inventive Standards, and provides an overview of the Algorithm of Solving Inventive Problems (ARIZ). The course includes intensive practical work with real-world problems brought by the participants.

The course is highly interactive and focuses on practice.

Before the course the registered participants obtain the set of video lectures which explain the TRIZ techniques which will be used during the course.

The course is conducted in English and in most cases involves international audience from different countries.

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Engineers, designers, technology and product managers, R&D professionals, business managers, new product development professionals, knowledge management professionals, technology consultants, lecturers.
If you want to know more about TRIZ-based systematic Innovation, please visit our "Publications" Section.
If you have doubts if the course is appropriate to you, please contact us and we will assess your specific situation.

To participate in the course, you need to hold certificate of Level 1 from MATRIZ or certificate of basic TRIZ Practitioner from ICG T&C and the TRIZ Training International Centre.


  • Understanding Advanced TRIZ fundamentals.
  • Better understanding of technological and engineering innovation.
  • Learning and mastering practical skills with techniques of Advanced TRIZ.
  • Learning TRIZ-based Function Analysis for system analysis, modeling, and systematic problems discovery.
  • Learning how to apply TRIZ knowledge bases of scientific effects to develop ideas and concepts of new breakthrough solutions.
  • Learning Functional Idealization (trimming) to develop most efficient products and technologies.
  • Learning Substance-Field Modeling to model inventive problems and develop innovative solutions to problems with the TRIZ System of Inventive Standards.
  • Learning and understanding the TRIZ Models, Laws, Trends and Lines of Technology and Technical Products Evolution.
  • Overview of a process with the Algorithm of Inventive Problem Solving (ARIZ) to solve most difficult inventive problems.
  • Gaining practical skills with ARIZ to solve most difficult inventive problems.


  • Fundamentals of Advanced TRIZ. TRIZ as a theory for innovation front-end and as a collection of tools and techniques to support correct problems formulation and new ideas generation in a systematic way.
  • Roadmap to advanced TRIZ techniques.
  • Understanding product and process evolution via innovative problem solving.
  • TRIZ-based Function Analysis to model functional interactions within a product or a process to discover a full set of problems and challenges which can be used for innovative improvement of a selected product or technology.
  • Practice with TRIZ-based Function Analysis on the customer's problems.
  • Functional Idealization (Trimming): increasing benefits/costs ratio of products and processes.
  • Scientific Effects to develop new breakthrough solutions.
  • Substance-Field Modeling to build abstract models of various problems in unified way.
  • 76 Inventive Standards: a structured collection of practical techniques on eliminating negative and improving positive effects within products and processes.
  • Practice with Substance-Field Modeling, Trimming, and Inventive Standards on  customer's problems.
  • Introduction to the system of TRIZ Laws, Trends and lines of Technology Evolution.
  • Analysis of innovative potential of technical systems.
  • Demonstration of TRIZ technology evolution trends and specific patterns of evolution with examples.
  • Practice with the TRIZ Trends of Evolution.
  • Introduction to the Algorithm of Solving Inventive Problems (ARIZ): logic ARIZ, explanation of major concepts, structure, and working principles, resolving physical contradictions, fighting mental inertia.
  • Overview of a problem solving process with ARIZ.
  • Ideas evaluation, selection, and landscaping techniques.
  • Overview of additional advanced tools of TRIZ and xTRIZ: Value Conflict Mapping, Multi-Screen Analysis, Creativity Imagination Development.
  • Place of TRIZ in modern innovation.
  • TRIZ Implementation aspects.

Throughout the course:

  • Practicing in groups
  • Questions and Answers


  • Lecture slides
  • Lecture videos
  • Guide to TRIZ Techniques book
  • TRIZ book
  • Catalog with Case Studies
  • Media with the courseware in electronic format


Those participants who successfully complete the course program are awarded by the internationally recognized certificates of the International TRIZ Association (MATRIZ) of Level 2 and certificates of TRIZ and xTRIZ Practitioners, basic level.


Valeri Souchkov, certified TRIZ Master, internationally recognized systematic innovation professional.  
  • One of developers of modern TRIZ and Systematic Innovation techniques.
  • Since 1989, trained more than 6000 working professionals from over 50 countries.
  • Assisted over 100 innovative projects in different areas.
  • Introduced first public TRIZ training courses in Europe and has been running them on a continuous basis since 1995.
  • Author of more than 100 publications including three books on TRIZ, systematic innovation and creativity.
  • Co-founder and Executive Board Member of ETRIA, the European TRIZ Association
  • Vice President and accredited representative of MATRIZ, the International TRIZ Association.
  • Currently heads ICG Training and Consulting and teaches Systematic Innovation and TRIZ at the University of Twente and TIAS Business School in The Netherlands.


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Pune, India
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Please note that the number of participants is limited due to practical orientation of the course.


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