SE-Training - Systems and Systemic Requirements Engineering and Management

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Course Descriptions

This course equips participants with the appropriate understanding of the difficulty of writing good requirements, the use of requirement management as an approach for controlling change and measuring the degree of completion of a project over the development, build, test and deliver, portion of the system and software life cycle.

The course uses a mixture of active and passive teaching styles to maximize the effectiveness of the learning opportunity. Participants will be provided with a software tool (Tiger Pro) specially developed as an educational tool with which to write and test requirements.

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the importance of well-written requirements

• Understand why requirements errors cost more to correct than other types of errors in the system development process.

• Deal with poorly written requirements.

• Recognize poorly written requirements and be able to repair them. Create clear and concise well-written requirements.

• Mitigate the effect on cost and schedule due to poorly written requirements.

Who Should Attend?

• Personnel who specify the development of technology-based systems.
• Engineers and programmers elucidating requirements from customers.
• Designers who work with poorly written requirements.
• Software and hardware testers who need to figureout how to test requirements.
• Acquisition managers, contract specialists.
• Other personnel performing similar roles.

Course Rates

Early Bird Rates: 1,350 CHF. Regular Rates: 1,500 CHF.


2 days

Delivered By

Joe Kasser

Monday, March 30, 2020 - 08:00 to Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 17:00
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