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15
Aug
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 15th August 2022

15-08-2022 - 17-08-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

31
Aug
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 31st August 2022

31-08-2022 - 02-09-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

14
Sep
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 14th September 2022

14-09-2022 - 16-09-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

26
Sep
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 26th September 2022

26-09-2022 - 28-09-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

17
Oct
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 17th October 2022

17-10-2022 - 19-10-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

31
Oct
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 31st October 2022

31-10-2022 - 02-11-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

28
Nov
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 28th November 2022

28-11-2022 - 30-11-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.

 

14
Dec
2022

BCS Requirements Engineering 14th December 2022

14-12-2022 - 16-12-2022
£1,125.00

This is a 3-day course. The price shown includes the exam fee, but excludes VAT.

Requirements Engineering is an essential business analysis skill. Being able to pinpoint your consumers’ expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution. For testers this knowledge will help to steer the design of your validation tests.

Based around a Requirements Engineering framework, this course will teach you a range of techniques for elicitation, analysis, documentation and managing requirements. All with the help of a detailed case study that allows you to practice applying the techniques you learn. Some of the key areas we’ll look at include requirements categorisation, prioritisation and documentation, traceability and management of changes to requirements, and use case modelling and stories. For testers, this will help with the design of the verification tests, up front as taught in the CTFL course.