This intensive three-day course develops the skills needed to work with requirements stakeholders to ensure that requirements satisfy various perspectives and that conflicts are negotiated to a position of consensus.
Delegates will learn how to work with stakeholders and other requirements actors to ensure the requirements are complete, unambiguous, realistic and testable.
There are no specific pre-requisites for this course.
Please note the exam fee is not included in the course fee. Delegates wishing to undertake the exam should also book on course code REEX-2.
Those delegates taking the BCS certificate will need to spend 60-90 minutes each evening whilst on the course doing revision and example examination questions.
This course is for those wishing to acquire the skill set required for establishing system requirements and those wishing to attain the BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
The Requirements Engineering Process
Lifecycle for business change; Business plans and objectives; Problems with requirements; The stakeholders involved in RE; RE process overview
Requirements and the Business Context
Hierarchy of requirements; TOR/PID; Functional requirements; Non-Functional requirements; General/Technical requirements; Service level requirements
Eliciting and Documenting Requirements
Problems with elicitation; Different stakeholders viewpoints; Elicitation techniques; Facilitated workshops in detail; Prioritisation of requirements; The structure and contents of a requirement
Interviewing for Requirements
Interviewing for RE; The interviewing lifecycle; Planning, preparing, conducting and following up the interview; Questioning strategies
Use of Models in Requirements Engineering
Developing a process/functional model; Reading a static (data) model
Analysing and Negotiating Requirements
Iterating requirements; Congruence with business objectives; Analysing requirements against: Classification, Priority, Ambiguity, Testability, Risk, Granularity, Omissions, Conflicts, Overlaps, and Achievability; Resolving conflicts
Requirements validation; Requirements reviews; Validation checklist; Validation by prototyping
The principles of requirements management (RM); How the '4 pillars' support RM; The baseline mechanism; The role of the Change Control Board
Requirements testing/user acceptance testing; Post-implementation review; Roles of requirements actors
A case study allows the delegates to undertake a simulated requirements engineering assignment to practise the new skills.
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