This one-day workshop (previously two-days) covers the process, methods, steps and questions to use when employing a Use-Case driven approach to gathering and defining requirements. This course will explain what Use Cases are and how to document them. The course provides a simple six-step process for describing Use Cases as well as strategies for dealing with the common challenges of defining Use Cases. This course will teach you how to write Use Cases that can be used for business and system requirements. It will provide Business Analysts with a clear understanding of when and how to use Use Cases within their Requirements Process.
What you can expect to learn from this course
- Learn the fundamentals of Use Case modeling
- How to practically apply use-cases for eliciting and defining business requirements
- Understand the necessary and sufficient level of detail in Use Cases
I’m pretty familiar with use cases but was required to take this course by my company. I was surprised how much I got out of this class. It actually helped a lot with some frustrations we’ve had with getting the right level and detail to make them practical and worthwhile. Thanks Brad!
Excellent course and great material. Would have been a five except for the technical glitches with the web conferencing.
T. Miller –
I really enjoyed the clear and concise instruction as we went through the steps involved in eliciting and writing a use case. The instructor obviously had a lot of experience and used it to help reiterate the process which I feel helped visualize the points being made