This three day applied course provides the steps and practices to effectively gather business and system requirements. Participants learn a variety of practical communication, analysis and modeling techniques — the best practices used in the Requirements Elicitation Process. And even more importantly, participants are taught – and given the opportunity to practice how to apply them on systems development projects.
The course teaches a very practical systematic approach to requirements analysis and definition. This is a proven, effective, real world approach that will enable a defined and consistent method that is easily learned and easily applied. Participants will learn specific modern methods, strategies and techniques that can be easily integrated into a company’s existing methodologies and practices.
Cindy Riley –
We all question how practical these courses really are before hand but this is truly a real-world, practical approach. It immediately establishes a huge amount of credibility with your users.
Gerwyn Williams –
I liked level of detail. Much more comprehensive and thorough compared to other courses of this type.
Andrea Cavalluzzo –
The instructor made the coursework engaging and entertaining. The organization (around business processes rather than use case mechanics) was enlightening.
Chris Long –
The step by step methodology that was used made the class very easy to follow. Very logical.
Daniel Bryan –
The course was very “real world” driven. While there were classroom examples, Rob used real life experiences to enforce his material.
Kaustubh Gadre –
A++ to the instructor (Robert). Gave real life practical examples that helped me to corelate and understand the concept a lot better.