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BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering Training Course

A Mandatory Module In The BCS Diploma In Business Analysis

Overview

BCS Membership Offer: If you do not hold a BCS certification and successfully pass the examination for this training course - you will be given one year's complementary BCS Membership. This offer is only valid for your first BCS qualification.

Our BCS Requirements Engineering training course will give 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.

This course includes the BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering.

This course is one of the mandatory modules of the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis.

This course includes:

  • Teaching by a real expert
  • Exam and certification fee
  • BCS “Business Analysis” book
  • Delicious lunches and refreshments
  • 1 year BCS Associate Membership from the Chartered Institute for IT – terms and conditions apply

Please Note

You can book this course and hold it in credit until you have decided on a specific course date. Alternatively, please view our other course dates.
Exam Included
3 Days
£1125Excl. VAT

Course Syllabus

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

Validating Requirements

  • Requirements validation
  • Requirements reviews
  • Validation checklist
  • Validation by prototyping

Managing Requirements

  • The principles of requirements management (RM)
  • How the '4 pillars' support RM
  • The baseline mechanism
  • The role of the Change Control Board

Benefits Confirmation

  • Requirements testing/user acceptance testing
  • Post-implementation review
  • Roles of requirements actors

Case Study

The case study allows you to undertake a simulated requirements engineering assignment to practise the new skills.

Learning Outcomes

Our intensive 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. You will learn how to work with stakeholders and others to ensure the requirements are complete, unambiguous, realistic and testable.

You will learn how 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.

Who Should Attend

Anyone requiring an understanding of requirements engineering, including business analysts, business managers and their staff, business change managers and project managers.

What's Included

For all virtual classroom training courses, a printed copy of the latest edition of the comprehensive course manual will be sent to your home address in good time for the start of your BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering training course. In addition, a link will be emailed to you to enable you to access an electronic copy of the same comprehensive manual for convenient future reference.

Entry-Level Requirements

There are no specific pre-requisites for this course.

It is recommended that those new to Business Analysis consider attending the BCS Foundation in Business Analysis Practice course.


Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading List:

Title: Business Analysis (2nd Edition)

Author: Debra Paul, Donald Yeates and James Cadle

Publisher: BCS Publication Date: 2010

ISBN: 9781906124618

Title: Mastering the Requirements Process

Author: Suzanne Robertson and James Robertson

Publisher: Addison Wesley Publication

Date: 1999

ISBN: 978-0201360462

You will need to spend 60-90 minutes each evening on revision and example examination questions.

Exam Information

You will receive all of the training you need to prepare for the BCS Foundation In Business Analysis examination. If you pass the examination, you will be awarded the BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering.

BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering Examination

• Type: 40 Multiple Choice Questions
• Duration: 60 Minutes
• Supervised: Yes
• Open Book: No
• Pass Mark: 26/40 (65%)
• Delivery: Digital

Exam Type

Classroom Exam

Qualifications

BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering

What's Next

Our Practitioner level certifications extend and deepen your understanding of the core areas of Business Analysis and your selected specialist subjects. The BCS Certificate In Modelling Business Processes is another core module for the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis.


Additional Information

If you have successfully passed the course and examination, you will be awarded the BCS Certificate In Requirements Engineering.

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