A Three Day Course
Requirements Engineering has been developed from Metadata’s experience of consultancy, training and software development. This course gives delegates a solid grounding in a range of techniques for revealing, analysing and documenting business and system requirements, in addition to gaining a BCS accreditation that is highly regarded by prestigious UK employers.
In-house courses can be customised to your organisation’s needs.
The course examines a range of elicitation techniques and examines how to record user requirements for an information system. Key areas covered include prioritising requirements, resolving conflicting requirements, and linking project objectives and requirements to the business case.
Holders of the Certificate in Requirements Engineering will be able to:
•Act as an effective member of a team involved in eliciting and recording user requirements for an information system.
•Recognise the nature of the requirements and the knowledge type to which they belong.
•Be familiar with a range of elicitation techniques and know how to apply them effectively.
•Record and prioritise requirements, and be able to recognise and help resolve conflicting requirements.
•Link project objectives/requirements to the business case.
You will learn
•Define project scope and vision
•Conduct elicitation interviews
•Run workshops with stakeholders
•Document functional and non-functional requirements
•Model with UML use case diagrams
•Interpret UML class diagrams
•Manage changing requirements
•Exam fee (£130 + VAT)