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Location:
On-line
Date:
08.10.2022 - 23.10.2022
Language:
PL
Net price:
PLN 3 099
PLN 3 499
Exam net price:
PLN 825
Course objectives

Preparing participants for working as business and system analyst / requirements engineer.

Benefits

Participants will gain both theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of business-system analysis / requirements engineering such as:

  • professional terminology of requirements engineering
  • cooperation with stakeholders
  • requirements acquisition techniques
  • techniques to describe requirements
  • documentation
  • prioritization of requirements
  • process modelling
  • modelling of applications and systems

Sii recommends taking part in the training as it:

  • is the richest and most comprehensive training program on the market
  • gives the possibility of working on practical tasks (case studies)
  • has qualified staff members: trainers working as requirements analysts/engineers able to transfer practical knowledge and share considerable experience
  • offers the possibility of obtaining IREB® CPRE Foundation certificate
  • opens the opportunity for employment at Sii after completing the course (applies to private persons and not the employees of corporate clients)
  • Sii being a reputable, reliable partner with a strong market position
Training scope
  • Module 1 (day 1, 2, 3) – Requirements engineering – preparation for IREB® CPRE certification
  • Module 2 (day 4) – Agile business analysis 
  • Module 3 (day 5, 6) – Business process modelling
  • Module 4 (day 7) – IREB® CPRE exam

 

  • Day 1
    • Introduction and overview of Requirements Engineering
      • Main assumptions of Requirements Engineering
      • Kinds of requirements
      • The role and tasks of the Requirements Engineer
    • Fundamental principles of Requirements Engineering
      • Overview and discussion of principles
    • Requirements Development Practices
      • Sources of requirements
      • Elicitation of requirements
      • Kano model
      • Requirements negotiation
      • Validation of requirements
  • Day 2
    • Work products and documentation practices
      • Characteristics of work products
      •  Glossaries
      • Natural-language-based work products
      • Template-based work products
      • Model-based work products
      • Use Cases
    • Models
      • Data flow diagram
      • UML class diagram
      • UML activity diagram
      • UML State machine diagram
      • UML sequence diagram
    • Prototypes
    • Artifact quality criteria and requirements
  • Day 3
    • Process and working structure
      • Requirements Engineering process facets
      • Configuration of Requirements Engineering proces
    • Management practices for requirements
      • Life cycle management
      • Version control
      • Configurations and baselines
      • Attributes and views
      • Tracebility
      • Handling change
      • Prioritization
    • Tool support
  • Day 4
    • Basics of business methodologies
      • Agile genesis
      • Main assumptions
      • Basic concepts
    • Personas
    • Backlog management
    • User Story
    • Story Mapping
    • Relative estimates
  • Day 5
    • Basics of business process modelling
      • Modeling purpose
      • Main principles and good practices
    • BPMN notation
      • Application
      • Basic elements
      • Examples of models
  • Day 6
    • Summary and questions
    • Discussion of recruitment processes for IT companies (example technical interview)
  • Day 7
    • IREB® CPRE Foundation exam (optional)
Audience

The “Become a Business Analyst ” course is addressed to:

  • people who do not have experience and degree in IT
  • students and graduates in different fields
  • people willing to change profession
  • other people who want to have a future in the profession of business analyst / requirements engineer

and people working as business analyst/engineer, interested in:

  • consolidating their knowledge of business analysis / requirements engineering
  • receiving the IREB® CPRE Foundation Certificate
  • deepening their knowledge
Course objectives

Preparing participants for working as business and system analyst / requirements engineer.

Benefits

Participants will gain both theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of business-system analysis / requirements engineering such as:

  • professional terminology of requirements engineering
  • cooperation with stakeholders
  • requirements acquisition techniques
  • techniques to describe requirements
  • documentation
  • prioritization of requirements
  • process modelling
  • modelling of applications and systems

Sii recommends taking part in the training as it:

  • is the richest and most comprehensive training program on the market
  • gives the possibility of working on practical tasks (case studies)
  • has qualified staff members: trainers working as requirements analysts/engineers able to transfer practical knowledge and share considerable experience
  • offers the possibility of obtaining IREB® CPRE Foundation certificate
  • opens the opportunity for employment at Sii after completing the course (applies to private persons and not the employees of corporate clients)
  • Sii being a reputable, reliable partner with a strong market position
Training scope
  • Module 1 (day 1, 2, 3) – Requirements engineering – preparation for IREB® CPRE certification
  • Module 2 (day 4) – Agile business analysis 
  • Module 3 (day 5, 6) – Business process modelling
  • Module 4 (day 7) – IREB® CPRE exam

 

  • Day 1
    • Introduction and overview of Requirements Engineering
      • Main assumptions of Requirements Engineering
      • Kinds of requirements
      • The role and tasks of the Requirements Engineer
    • Fundamental principles of Requirements Engineering
      • Overview and discussion of principles
    • Requirements Development Practices
      • Sources of requirements
      • Elicitation of requirements
      • Kano model
      • Requirements negotiation
      • Validation of requirements
  • Day 2
    • Work products and documentation practices
      • Characteristics of work products
      •  Glossaries
      • Natural-language-based work products
      • Template-based work products
      • Model-based work products
      • Use Cases
    • Models
      • Data flow diagram
      • UML class diagram
      • UML activity diagram
      • UML State machine diagram
      • UML sequence diagram
    • Prototypes
    • Artifact quality criteria and requirements
  • Day 3
    • Process and working structure
      • Requirements Engineering process facets
      • Configuration of Requirements Engineering proces
    • Management practices for requirements
      • Life cycle management
      • Version control
      • Configurations and baselines
      • Attributes and views
      • Tracebility
      • Handling change
      • Prioritization
    • Tool support
  • Day 4
    • Basics of business methodologies
      • Agile genesis
      • Main assumptions
      • Basic concepts
    • Personas
    • Backlog management
    • User Story
    • Story Mapping
    • Relative estimates
  • Day 5
    • Basics of business process modelling
      • Modeling purpose
      • Main principles and good practices
    • BPMN notation
      • Application
      • Basic elements
      • Examples of models
  • Day 6
    • Summary and questions
    • Discussion of recruitment processes for IT companies (example technical interview)
  • Day 7
    • IREB® CPRE Foundation exam (optional)
Audience

The “Become a Business Analyst ” course is addressed to:

  • people who do not have experience and degree in IT
  • students and graduates in different fields
  • people willing to change profession
  • other people who want to have a future in the profession of business analyst / requirements engineer

and people working as business analyst/engineer, interested in:

  • consolidating their knowledge of business analysis / requirements engineering
  • receiving the IREB® CPRE Foundation Certificate
  • deepening their knowledge
Exam
  • Test, 46 questions (72 points), multiple choice test
  • Pass mark: 50.4 (70%) points
  • Duration: 75 min. Polish / 75 min. English
  • Course materials: not allowed
  • Dictionary: allowed

The number of participants: 8-12 people

Duration: 6 days

Available language: PL/ EN

Available course material: PL / EN

Available exam: PL/ EN

Course form
Presentation, workshop, exercises, discussion, and practical tasks (case studies) using IT tools/software.
Exam
  • Test, 46 questions (72 points), multiple choice test
  • Pass mark: 50.4 (70%) points
  • Duration: 75 min. Polish / 75 min. English
  • Course materials: not allowed
  • Dictionary: allowed

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