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BCS Practitioner Certificate Requirements Engineering

BCSCertification : BCS Practitioner Certificate Requirements Engineering
Duration :  4 days
Course Delivery : Instructor lead training by certified BCS instructor
Language : Romanian/English
Price : 4900 RON plus VAT incl exam 

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 Course Introduction:

Requirements Engineering 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 employers all over the world.

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.


Course Description:

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.

This qualification provides a foundation for the range of specialist BCS modular certificates in the areas of Business Analysis, IS Consultancy and Business Change. The qualification can also be used as the core module for the Diploma in Business Analysis. 

The syllabus is based on the BCS publication Business Analysis, ver 2.3, and it is recommended that this text is studied by those preparing to take this examination. The headings listed in the syllabus relate to the relevant chapter headings, section headings and text included in this publication.


Audience:

  • Project Managers 
  • Quality Managers 
  • Software Development Managers 
  • Business Analysts 
  • IT Directors 
  • Management Consultants 

 

Prerequisites:

None, but we do recomend the ITAcademy Business Analysis Foundation course, where you will receive the BCS publication Business Analysis, 3rd edition, very usefull in the preparion for this course


Preparation in advance:

Heavy reading of BCS publication Business Analysis, 3rd edition, heavy reading of " Business Analysis Techniques: 99 Essential Tools for Success"


Learning Objectives:

The following learning objectives are defined as applying to the syllabus. Each topic in the syllabus will be examined according to the learning objective for that topic:

  • Introduction to Requirements Engineering (5%)
  • Hierarchy of requirements (10%)
  • Stakeholders in the requirements process (5%)
  • Requirements Elicitation (20%)
  • Use of models in Requirements Engineering (10%)
  • Requirements Documentation (15%)
  • Requirements Analysis (20%)
  • Requirements Validation (5%)
  • Requirements Management (10%)

For further information please read the syllabus
 


Course activities:

  • 2-3 hours of evening work is required in order to take the exam 
  • Classroom lecturing. 
  • Individual and group assignments. 
  • Exam preparation session 


Included in the course:

  • BCS authorized student curriculum.Image result for 99 techniques of business analysis
  • BCS accredited exam 
  • The manual " Business Analysis Techniques: 99 Essential Tools for Success"
  • Copies of the visual materials used in class. 
  • Lunch, coffee breaks 


About examination:

  • BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering is BCS accredited 
  • Exam administration is BCS responsability 
  • ITAcademy enable with logistics the administration of the exams 
  •  Exam is based on a combination of business scenarios, complex multiple choice and short answer questions, with alocated time 60 min plus 15 min pre-reading, 50% to pass 

  • The exam is wrriten paper based (essey type), in english or any translation available at BCS 
 
 
 

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