BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering Certification Training Course Overview

This course educates the participants with the knowledge and tool set to turn a business problem into a validated specification of quality requirements. The courses includes collaborative group activities, case study analysis, and practical exam-based exercises.

The course is designed and based upon the latest BCS syllabus and “Business Analysis” book.

Audience-who can attend?

  • Anyone involved in the requirement of engineering activities
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Manager 
  • Project Manager
  • Quality Controller
  • Anyone who would like to achieve the recognised BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering

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Course Modules

Module 1: What is Business Analysis?
  • Definition of Business Analyst
  • Work performed by a Business Analyst
  • Why Business Analyst is a key role?
  • Essential skills of a Business Analyst
  • Scope of Business analysis work
  • Roles and responsibilities of Business Analyst
Module 2: Competencies and Techniques for Business Analysis
  • Behavioral Skills and Personal Qualities
  • Business Knowledge
  • Techniques
Module 3: Strategy Analysis
  • What is Strategy Analysis and types of Strategy?
  • Strategy Analysis Tools
  • Tools for External Environment Analysis
  • Implementation Strategy Models
Module 4: Business Analysis Process model
  • What is Business Analysis Process Model?
  • Types of Models
Module 5: Investigation Technique
  • Introduction to Investigation Technique
  • Categories of investigation technique
  • Types of Qualitative Techniques
  • Types of Quantitative Techniques
  • Documentation Techniques
Module 6: Stakeholder Analysis and Management
  • Who is a Stakeholder?
  • Stakeholder Management in the Project Lifecycle
  • Stakeholder attitude analysis
  • Categories of Stakeholders
  • Power/Interest Grid
  • Tools to define stakeholder involvement
Module 7: Modeling Business system
  • SSM to analyze business perspective
  • Business Activity Model (BAM)
  • Business Rules and Business Events
  • Validation of Business Activity model
Module 8: Modelling Business process
  • Business Process and its advantages
  • Functional view of organization
  • Porter’s value chain
  • Swim lanes
  • Business Process methodology
Module 9: Gathering Requirements
  • Challenges with Requirement
  • Overview of Requirement Engineering Process
  • Elicitation
  • Analysis-Requirement Quality
  • Validation
Module 10: Documenting requirements
  • Importance of Documentation
  • Modules of Requirement document
  • Requirement Catalogue & Categories
  • Prioritization of requirement
  • Requirement Management
Module 11: Modelling Requirements
  • Overview of Modelling Requirements
  • UML Diagrams
  • Use case Diagrams
  • Entity Relationship diagrams
  • Class Diagrams
Module 12: Delivering Requirements
  • Delivery Approach or Solution
  • Business change life cycle
  • SDLC Model
  • Roles in delivering requirements
Module 13: Making a business and financial case
  • Identify options to solve Business issue
  • Aspects of Feasibility
  • Force Field Analysis
  • Cost and Benefits
  • Impact Assessment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Investment Appraisal
  • Presenting a business case
  • Benefit management and realization
Module 14: Implementing business change
  • Maslow's Hierarchy needs
  • Concerned based Adoption model
  • SARAH Model – Business Change
  • The Change curve
  • Kolb’s learning cycle
  • Honey and Mumford learning cycle
Module 15: Cracking the Exam a) BA- Exam Guide
  • BA- Exam Guide
  • Acronyms
  • BCS EXAM MOCK 1
  • BCS EXAM MOCK 2
  • BCS EXAM MOCK 3
  • BCS EXAM MOCK 4
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Course Prerequisites
  • Participants should have some practical experience of business analysis.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to accomplish:

  • Will be gaining knowledge in the latest methodology
  • Able to deliver increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a team
  • Learning the best practices and real examples
  • Knowing of how to take a systematic approach to eliciting, analysing, validating, documenting and managing requirement
  • Knowing of how to take a disciplined and rigorous approach for defining the requirements of your business
  • Learning of  how to draw out information and requirements from key business stakeholders