Participants in the Business Requirements Gathering and Writing Seminar will take part in three half-day sessions that are a combination of hands-on exercises and teacher-led discussions. The best practices for writing requirements are covered in full and pertain to project scope definition, requirements and documenting of the detailed requirements initiated in IT projects.
The Business Requirements Gathering and Writing Seminar starts off with a variety of gathering techniques such as brainstorming, storyboarding, interviews, kit reviews and business models. A number of exercises are implemented into each session and include how to write effective scope statements, how to write business problem statements and how to create the use case diagram.
By the end of the seminar, participants will be able to complete practical exercises in the various levels of requirements, as well as be able to critique functional and non-functional requirements. Working in activity diagrams, storyboarding mockups and desk checking for requirements validation, students exercise their new skills in realistic requirements gathering settings. Students also receive sample templates, guidelines and checklists for writing requirements definition documents.
Seminars are held from 1 pm to 5 pm for three consecutive days. To enhance the material learned, printable .pdf documents are available, and the course provides a balance of web and live interactive instruction by phone. Pierson Requirements Group has been approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the IIBA to award students with certification. Upon completion of the course, students can be awarded CDUs, PDUs and Certificates of Successful Completion.
The Business Requirements Gathering and Writing Seminar is designed for those in the business requirements field such as business managers, business analysts and project managers. These virtual classes offered by Pierson Requirements Groups are a cost-effective way to train and educate employees, without incurring the cost of travel and lodging expenses. Costs are $750 per student, with discounts for groups. Class size is up to ten students.
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