Requirements Engineering

The BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering is for candidates who want to develop or further their skills in the understanding and application of elicitation, analysis and management of requirements. As the traditional Business Analyst role develops and grows into other areas, the need for Requirements Engineering skills has opened up into the wider business and is now necessary in a variety of roles and teams. The learning in this certificate is shaped to place emphasis on valuable business analysis skills rather than the Business Analyst role. Focusing on these skills should ensure alignment with business objectives and a fit-for-purpose solution

The Program will examine a wide range of real life business case studies emphasizing on the successful or unsuccessful strategies of each.

Upon achievement of the certificate, candidates will be able to demonstrate a practical understanding of how to:

Collaborate with stakeholders to ensure requirements align with business objectives.

Elicit different types of requirements and the associated documentation. Analyse and validate requirements.

Ensure and manage requirement quality and change.

Training Agenda

  • Total course duration 16 hours
  • Weekend Round through 2 full Saturdays.
  • Weekday across 3 sessions during weekdays

Target Audience

  • Business analyst
  • Business architect
  • Business systems analyst
  • Data analyst
  • Enterprise analyst
  • Management consultant
  • Process analyst
  • Product manager
  • Product owner
  • Project manager
  • Systems analyst
  • Define Requirements Approach and Project Scope
  • Elicit Requirements
  • Record Requirements (Documentation)
  • Build Models and Prototypes to Represent the Requirements
  • Collaborate and Communicate with Stakeholders to Clarify Requirements
  • Analyse, Prioritise and Assure the Quality of Requirements
  • Conduct User analysis and Profiling
  • Requirements Management and Traceability