Business Analyst and Requirement Engineer (IREB, IIBA, IQBBA) E-learning
This course explores not just why the requirements matter, but how to gather the right requirements, document them effectively and ensure that they are properly implemented. It explores the roles of the requirements engineer and business analyst both in ferreting out the requirements and interacting with the project team to ensure the customer gets the product they want and need.
This course has been accredited by the American Software Testing Qualification Board (ASTQB) (February 2017). This course is based on the IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysts), IREB (International Requirements Engineering Board) bodies of knowledge as well as the syllabus for IQBBA (International Qualification Board for Business Analysts) Certified Foundation Level Business Analyst certification (CFLBA).
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IQBBA business analyst certification is designed to help address the problems with requirements gathering and implementation. It takes a full lifecycle approach and explains the business analyst’s involvement throughout the project initiation, development, testing and deployment. Even if you’re not a business analyst, you will find this information useful because everyone is affected by the requirements and the only way to have a good project is to have a good understanding of the requirements.
The e-learning course includes:
- Three months of unlimited access to the online course
- A downloadable copy of the complete note set. Download the materials to a PC or mobile device. There is no expiration date on access to this valuable resource as they will be downloadable. Digital rights management and intellectual property rights are protected by some limitations such as the inability to share the file with others. Further, while the materials can be printed, each page includes a prominent watermark, with the exception of the pages in the ISTQB Syllabus and Glossary.
- Course completion certificate (often used for employer reimbursement)
This course explores not just why the requirements matter, but how to gather the right requirements, document them effectively and ensure that they are properly implemented. It explores the roles of the requirements engineer and business analyst both in ferreting out the requirements and interacting with the project team to ensure the customer gets the product they want and need. In this course you will learn effective techniques to select the right people from whom you will elicit the requirements. You will learn to document and track these requirements so nothing gets missed. You will learn which team members you must interact with at which stage in the project, and you will learn to track the requirements to completion.
The objectives for this course include but are not limited to:
- Know reasons why requirements engineering/business analysis is important, yet often neglected (K1)
- Know roles of the requirements engineer/business analyst (K1)
- Understand the impact and causes of poor requirements (K2)
- Understand basic glossary terms (K2)
- Apply good requirements engineering to avoid project and product problems (K3)
- Extract the tasks from the requirements engineer/business analyst job description (K3)
- Know the legal aspects of working with contracts, suppliers and customers (K1)
- Understand that the type of product and application domain influence the approach that should be taken (K2)
- Understand that project conditions can strongly affect the success of the planned approach (K2)
- Understand that the environment is frequently changing and adaptation is a must (K2)
- Understand the social and human interaction factors that are required for success (K2)
- Identify missing success factors (K3)
- Estimate risk (K3)
- Understand the mechanisms and fundamental psychology of effective communication and the skills required for success (K2)
- Know the risks of inadequately determining the scope, context and interfaces of a system (K1)
- Understand the meaning of scope, context and interface (K2)
- Apply techniques to specify the logical and physical system boundaries using suitable techniques (K3)
- Know that requirements exist in many forms and must be consolidated into a coherent whole (K1)
- Understand the differences between functional and non-functional requirements and the acceptance criteria for each (K2)
- Understand the methods to use to define the behavior of the system (K2)
- Identify and model the processes of a system using a variety of tools and techniques (K3)
- Understand how to identify and structure large quantities of terms (K2)
- Apply graphical forms such as entity relationship diagrams (K3)
- Know classification schemes for non-functional requirements (K1)
1. DEFINING THE JOB
1.1. Do good requirements matter?
1.2. Purpose of defining a body of knowledge
1.3. Basic terminology
1.4. Business analyst or requirements engineer
1.5. Required skills
2. CATEGORIZING REQUIREMENTS
2.1. Functional requirements
2.2. Behavioral requirements
2.3. Data and information requirements
2.4. Non-functional requirements
2.5. Interface requirements
3. ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS
3.1. Determining the scope
3.2. Understanding who does what
3.3. Defining and planning the project
3.4. Managing requirements risk
3.6. Managing scope
4. ELICITING REQUIREMENTS
4.1. Identifying the sources
4.2. Finding the stakeholders
4.3. Applying elicitation techniques
5. ANALYZING THE REQUIREMENTS
5.1. Creating the business domain model
5.2. Analyzing what you elicited
5.3. Determining assumptions and constraints
6. DOCUMENTING REQUIREMENTS
6.1. Preparing the glossary
6.2. Getting ready to document
6.3. IEEE guidelines
6.4. Assigning attributes
7. MODELING TECHNIQUES
7.1. Data and static behavioral models
7.2. Process and flow models
7.3. Usage models
8. CONDUCTING REVIEWS AND GAINING APPROVAL
8.1. Preparing the requirements package
8.2. Validating and verifying through reviews
8.3. Obtaining approvals
9. IMPLEMENTING AND MAINTAINING
9.1. Tracking traceability
9.2. Managing changes
9.3. Selecting the solution
10.1. Outlook for the industry
This course is an excellent preparation course for the IQBBA, IIBA, and IREB certification exams
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