BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering
Essential IT systems analysis training to help you elicit, analyse, document and validate business and system requirements — all while achieving an internationally recognised BCS and IIBA® certification.
Basic, essential and professional options that match your ambition. Flexible options to suit you:
- R5455/exam (Basic)
- R10145/course (Essential)
- R15,600.00 R13260/bundle (Professional)
Includes requirements elicitation, requirements analysis, requirements documentation, requirements validation, requirements management, and much more — giving you everything you need to know to pass the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering exam.
Yes, it's possible to put the fun in functional requirements.
Being able to pinpoint your stakeholders expectations for a newly introduced or modified existing product is key to the success of the completed solution.
To do so you need to develop 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.
And this Requirements Engineering course is designed to help you do exactly that...
By developing the skills needed to work with stakeholders and other requirements actors, you will learn how to ensure the requirements are complete, unambiguous, realistic and testable.
Requirements Framework to Eliminate Friction (and Have Fun)
Navigate systems analysis, and get full visibility into the requirements of your business.
Understand the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholder groups.
Apply a range of requirements elicitation techniques to match the situation.
Analyse, prioritise and organise a set of elicited requirements.
Define, document and prioritise requirements for an information system.
Identify problems with requirements and improve the requirements document.
Create a model of the features and functions required from a system.
Produce a model of the data requirements for an information system.
Handle the linking of system requirements to the Business Case.
Implement the quality principles of requirements management.
This course challenges you to think differently about engaging stakeholders.
We tend to stick with what we know and what has worked before. But this course challenges you to think differently about engaging stakeholders in requirements definition.
My most valuable lesson was seeing the relevance and benefits of organising and categorising requirements, as well as building use cases.
And the group discussions and case studies really helped to drive the framework home.
Moving You Closer to Your Career Goal
Modelling Business Processes works towards all the sought-after professional certifications.
BCA Certificate Programme in Business Analysis
Requirements Engineering is a qualifying module towards your BCA Certificate Programme in Business Analysis (CPBA), for people needing to formalise their skills.
BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis
Requirements Engineering is a Core module towards your BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis, for people tagging a higher-level BA qualification.
IIBA Core Business Analysis Certifications
Requirements Engineering provides you with 21 PD hours/CDUs towards your IIBA® certification and re-certification, for people seeking the ECBA™, CCBA®, or CBAP®.
Everything You'll Learn on Requirements Engineering
To give you more of an idea of how the course will help you, here’s a quick guide to the syllabus.
Requirements engineering rationale
Definition of a ‘requirement’; requirements hierarchies; knowledge types; requirements engineering framework for linear and agile.
Stakeholders in requirements
Definition of a stakeholder: business, project and external; stakeholder roles and responsibilities; role of the business analyst.
Managing the requirements
Planning for requirements engineering; business context and business case: linear and Agile development; project initiation.
Eliciting the requirements
Knowledge types; interviews; workshops; observation; supplementary techniques; and the applicability of techniques.
Analysing the requirements
Prioritising and packaging requirements for delivery; organising requirements; prototyping requirements; verifying requirements.
Documenting the requirements
Types and hierarchy of requirements; documentation formats – user stories, use cases and catalogue; requirements document.
Modelling the requirements
Purpose of modelling; context diagrams; modelling functions – use case diagrams; modelling data – class models; cross-checking models.
Validating the requirements
Agreeing the requirements document; types of reviews; stakeholder responsibilities and concerns; validation in linear and Agile development.
Managing the requirements
Dealing with changing requirements – version and change control; requirements traceability – vertical, horizontal; support tools; re-use and patterns.
Delivering the requirements
Approaches to solution delivery; linear and iterative development approaches; post-deployment and benefits confirmation.
How Business Change Academy Professionals Are Breaking Through the Noise
Here’s what some of our learners say about how Requirements Engineering helps them cut through the clutter and deliver business change in remarkable ways.
This is a fantastic course, for every business analyst.
This is a fantastic course, for every business analyst. And as a business analyst mentor I have used the course learnings to share new concepts inside my organisation.
The course opened up my mind to a new understanding of requirements.
The course opened up my mind to a new understanding of requirements, giving me many techniques I can apply to improve how I work with stakeholders to specify their requirements.
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Who Requirements Engineering is designed for:
All business professionals seeking to improve their systems analysis knowledge, skills and abilities.
Including business analysts, process engineers, and systems analysts.
Including subject matter experts, business managers, and product owners.
Including project managers, project stakeholders, and change managers.
Including system architects, software developers, and test analysts.
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