BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering

Duration: 3 Days (24 Hours)

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering Course Overview:

The BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering is a recognized professional certification that authenticates expertise in identifying, analyzing, documenting, and overseeing business and system requirements. Encompassing vital areas such as stakeholder analysis, use case modeling, and requirement prioritization, this certification serves as a yardstick for evaluating an individual’s adeptness in assessing and refining project objectives. This facilitates seamless communication between business stakeholders and IT experts, ultimately curbing project failures by enhancing the accuracy of requirement specifications. Consequently, it contributes to elevated project outcomes and heightened client contentment.

Intended Audience:

• Business analysts aiming to advance their skills in requirements engineering.
• Individuals in roles linked to requirements engineering such as systems analysts, architects, and project managers.
• IT professionals seeking to enhance their careers through a professional certification in requirements engineering.
• Individuals aspiring to understand the importance of clear, accurate requirements in project success.

Learning Objectives of BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering:

The BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering course is designed to impart students with essential skills for proficient requirements management in software development. Its objectives encompass instructing students in the art of eliciting, analyzing, validating, documenting, and overseeing requirements. The curriculum delves into techniques for identifying and engaging stakeholders, modeling system requisites, and supervising solution scope. As a result of the course, students should be adept at skillfully communicating and negotiating requirements, thereby guaranteeing harmony with business objectives and stakeholder anticipations. The emphasis throughout the course lies on hands-on application, equipping students with industry-leading practices in requirement engineering.

 Module 1: What is Business Analysis?
  • Definition of Business Analyst
  • Work performed by a Business Analyst
  • Why Business Analyst is a key role?
  • Essential skills of a Business Analyst
  • Scope of Business analysis work
  • Roles and responsibilities of Business Analyst
  • Behavioral Skills and Personal Qualities
  • Business Knowledge
  • Techniques
  • What is Strategy Analysis and types of Strategy?
  • Strategy Analysis Tools
  • Tools for External Environment Analysis
  • Implementation Strategy Models
  • What is Business Analysis Process Model?
  • Types of Models
  • Introduction to Investigation Technique
  • Categories of investigation technique
  • Types of Qualitative Techniques
  • Types of Quantitative Techniques
  • Documentation Techniques
  • Who is a Stakeholder?
  • Stakeholder Management in the Project Lifecycle
  • Stakeholder attitude analysis
  • Categories of Stakeholders
  • Power/Interest Grid
  • Tools to define stakeholder involvement
  • SSM to analyze business perspective
  • Business Activity Model (BAM)
  • Business Rules and Business Events
  • Validation of Business Activity model
  • Business Process and its advantages
  • Functional view of organization
  • Porter’s value chain
  • Swim lanes
  • Business Process methodology
  • Challenges with Requirement
  • Overview of Requirement Engineering Process
  • Elicitation
  • Analysis-Requirement Quality
  • Validation
  • Importance of Documentation
  • Modules of Requirement document
  • Requirement Catalogue & Categories
  • Prioritization of requirement
  • Requirement Management
  • Overview of Modelling Requirements
  • UML Diagrams
  • Use case Diagrams
  • Entity Relationship diagrams
  • Class Diagrams
  • Delivery Approach or Solution
  • Business change life cycle
  • SDLC Model
  • Roles in delivering requirements
  • Identify options to solve Business issue
  • Aspects of Feasibility
  • Force Field Analysis
  • Cost and Benefits
  • Impact Assessment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Investment Appraisal
  • Presenting a business case
  • Benefit management and realization
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy needs
  • Concerned based Adoption model
  • SARAH Model – Business Change
  • The Change curve
  • Kolb’s learning cycle
  • Honey and Mumford learning cycle
  • BA- Exam Guide
  • Acronyms

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering Course Prerequisites

• Must have understanding of business process modeling
• Knowledge in IT business analysis
• Basic comprehension of stakeholder analysis and engagement
• Familiarity with requirement engineering framework
• Ability to document requirements clearly
• Prior professional experience in IT or business environment.

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