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TCC’s BCS Requirements Engineering course introduces you to the techniques for uncovering the requirements which will lead to a working, cost-effective solution. With the use of a supporting case study, this course defines the types of requirements, the people involved in the elicitation process, the techniques of requirements analysis and the ways of prioritising requirements. It also explores different knowledge types and appropriate techniques for handling these.
In the classroom:
- Expert Business Analysis trainer
- Copies of all presentation slides (exclusive to TCC)
- Comprehensive written notes (exclusive to TCC)
- Practical classroom group exercises
- A realistic case study which runs consistently throughout our BCS business analysis courses
- Maximum class size of 12
At TCC training venues:
- A modern and comfortable training room
- Buffet or restaurant lunch and light breakfast selection*
- Hot & cold refreshments throughout the day
* Light breakfast selection available on city centre courses in Birmingham.
What TCC Customers Are Saying:
“The course was very detailed and links well to other BA courses. Very relaxed atmosphere conducive to questions and learning. Good that the exercises are consistent throughout all courses. Homework good. Really enjoyable course. I'm looking forward to the next one.” – Nathalie N
* SAVE UP TO 38% with our BCS Diploma in Business Analysis Training Passport *
To be awarded the Diploma in Business Analysis, you must complete four BCS Business Analysis training courses:
- BCS Business Analysis Practice (3 Days)
- BCS Requirements Engineering (3 Days)
- BCS Commercial Awareness (2 Days)
- BCS Modelling Business Processes (2 Days)
You are then eligible to sit the BCS Business Analysis Diploma Oral Examination covering all four modules.
This course can be purchased as part of a Training Passport, which includes the training and examinations for all four courses leading to the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis for only £2,595 + VAT. A Training Passport allows you to register for any of the dates on our public schedule, at a considerable saving over booking each course and exam individually.
You can complete the courses in any sequence. However, we recommend starting with either Business Analysis Practice or Requirements Engineering.
This course will enable delegates to:
- Understand the requirements life cycle:
- Understand problems of deriving a clear and acceptable requirements document
- Understand how to manage an evolving requirements document
- Prepare for the BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering
Business plans and objectives
Nature, Problems and Hierarchy of Requirements
The business case and rationale
Terms of reference / project initiation document (PID)
Functional requirements / non-functional requirements
General / technical requirements and service level agreements
Stakeholders in the Requirements Process
Requirements Elicitation and Documentation
Terms of reference
Use of Models in Requirements Engineering
Developing a process / functional model
Read a static (data) model
Congruence with business objectives
Identifying and negotiating conflicts between requirements
Requirements ambiguity, realism / feasibility and testability
Stable and volatile requirements
Management of change to requirements
Traceability and ownership
CASE for requirements specification
Requirements testing / user acceptance testing
Roles of requirements actors
Reviews, walkthroughs and inspections
Sign-off requirements document
Who is this course for?
- Business Analysts and Systems Analysts
- Business Managers
- Project Managers and Team Leaders
- Quality Assurance and Quality Control Managers
There are no pre-requisites for the course.
£43,861 - £52,682 estimated salary based on Reed salary checker (top 4 locations).
What do they do?
Business Analysts (known as BAs) are responsible for analysing a business’s processes and investigating how they work. They then identify improvements that can be made and present the case for these improvements back to the business.
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