BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering Live Online


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Starting date



3 days



About the course

Learn how to take a best practice approach to defining business requirements.
Develop a set of practices and processes to identify requirements in order to develop and design business solutions.

Techniques to engage with stakeholders and draw out information to define requirements.
Attain one of the four modules you need to gain the International Diploma in Business Analysis, which follows entry onto the professional registration for IT technicians (RITTech).

This course includes:

2 day training event with an experienced course tutor.
BCS Exam included.
A years membership to the BCS.
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Who is it for?

This practitioner certificate is designed for people who want to gain an understanding of the role that business, customer and requirements play within professional business contexts.

Suitable for business analysts, project managers, systems analysts, product owners, product managers and those involved in business change processes and/or projects

What will I learn?

This certificate was updated (July 2021) as a part of our aim to continuously improve the quality of learning within our professional certifications. This update allows BCS to remain at the forefront of best practice industry standards for professional certifications. In the updated BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering you’ll learn how to take a systematic approach to eliciting, defining, analysing, validating, documenting and managing requirements.

The certificate includes:

The Requirements Engineering Framework
How to elicit requirements and techniques to use
How to collaborate and communicate with stakeholders in the requirements process
How to write a user story
Best practice approaches to document requirements
How to manage requirements
Validating, prioritising and quality assurance in the requirements process
Analysing and evaluation of requirements

Exam format

40 multiple choice and multiple response questions.

60 minutes.

Taken online.
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