CPRE-FL: Certified Professional Requirements Engineering: Foundation Level
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Do you develop systems using modern technology?
How can you be sure that you are developing the right system, the system your customer wants? Certified Professional for Requirement Engineering (IREB) is the answers! In this course learn how to perform a successful project by handling your requirements in a systematic way. After you have visited this course you will be able to establish and perform requirements engineering successfully in your own projects. This course is designed for anyone who would like to gain an international recognized professional qualification in Requirements Engineering. The IREB was officially founded as the International Requirements Engineering Board in Fürth (Germany) in October 2006.Currently, there are over 2,000 IREB Certified Professionals for
Requirements engineering worldwide.
No IT degree is required, but the understanding of the basic capabilities of software is a prerequisite.
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentations, discussions and practical exercises
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to :
- Learn the necessary knowledge of a requirements engineer.
- Learn a common understanding for Requirements Engineering independent of an industrial domain or development process.
- Understand the four core disciplines of requirements engineering which can add significant value in system development.
- Focus on acquiring the necessary practical knowledge and learning the basic concepts in requirements engineering, with reinforcement through practical exercises.
- System , System Context , and Boundaries
- Determining System and Context Boundaries
- Sources of Requirements
- Categorization of Requirements according to the Kano Model
- Elicitation Techniques
- Structuring Documents
- Documentation Style Alternatives
- Document Structure
- Using Requirements Documents
- Quality Criteria for Requirements Documents
- Quality Criteria for Requirements
- Language Effects
- Constructing Requirements
- using a Template
- Goal Models
- Use Case Models
- Three Modeling Views
- Structural Requirements Models
- Functional Requirements Models
- Behavioral Requirements Models
- Basics for Checking Requirements
- Basics for Reconciling Requirements
- Checking Requirements Quality
- Principles for Checking Requirements
- Techniques for Checking Requirements
- Technique for Reconciling Conflicting Requirements
- Adding Attributes to Requirements
- Creating Views of Requirements
- Prioritizing Requirements
- Tracing Requirements
- Requirements Versioning
- Types of Tools
- Tool Introduction
- Tool Evaluation