Use cases are a popular technique for gathering, analysing and managing software requirements.
While use cases provide a central theme for the course, it is also shown that use cases by themselves do not constitute a complete set of software requirements. As such, the course also includes other practices and techniques commonly used with or incorporated into use cases, such as domain models, business rules, data requirements, user interface specifications, and supplementary requirements. Furthermore, the course provides insight into how use cases form the basis for use case realisation and test case preparation.
The ‘Software Requirements with Use Cases’ course is delivered by seasoned Equinox consultant practitioners who apply the techniques and practices presented in this course on a daily basis.
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Use Case Modelling Overview
Identify and Briefly Describe Use Cases
Outline the Use Cases
Prioritise Use Cases
Detail Use Cases
Structuring the Use Case Model
Other Use Case Concepts
Following the completion of this course, students will be able to:
The primary audience for this course is business analysts and systems analysts of all levels of experience. The course will also be of value to any project team members who are involved in software requirements activities.
This course is endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis and aligns to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®. This course contributes 14 Professional Development Hours (PD Hours) towards Qualifying for your IIBA® certification and 14 Continuing Development Units (CDUs) towards your recertification for either the CCBATM or CBAP® designation - use the IIBA®course code E031-004A.
It is recommended that participants have some experience with requirements in project environment and have attended Equinox’s ‘Requirements Analysis Framework’ course before attending.
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