Learn to write user requirements in this training course by an immersive, simulated case study. Learn to enhance your requirements development process — from planning the project, through conducting elicitation meetings and writing well-formed user requirements, to validating the requirements and managing changes to them. Gain the skills you need to get the right information from your stakeholders at the beginning and avoid wasting resources later.
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In this user requirements training, you participate in an immersive, simulated case study, providing you with the practical skills necessary to write well-formed and validated user requirements. You learn how to organize and sequence requirements into a user requirements document, prepare a plan for completing a user requirements project, and analyze requirements with a process mapping methodology.
This is a beginners training course and available to anyone who already develops user requirements in their day to day job and wants to enhance their career, or a beginner looking to enhance their knowledge and broaden their career options.
Interpreting existing documentation
Creating a project action plan
Planning elicitation meetings
Facilitating elicitation meetings
Other analysis methodologies
Completing the analysis
Gathering the pieces
Key writing skills
Organizational skills and traceability
Applying validation skills
Writing testable requirements
What you can expect
Navigating the change process
A user requirement is any function or feature that the user of the software being designed expects it to be able to do.
In this course, you face the challenge of planning a requirements project from start to finish. You learn how to sharpen your interviewing and analysis skills and write well-formed, testable, and verifiable requirements. Real-world, pragmatic experience is what this course offers.
The result? You'll be more efficient in your work and be able to effectively describe what customers and users really want. Your deliverables will be easy to read and easy to manage, with just the right amount of detail so engineers, quality assurance professionals, and others can create and manage the solutions you've specified.
This course benefits those involved in the development of products or services and those who participate in the early stages when projects are initiated and their business and user requirements are defined. Targeted class attendees include developers, users, intermediaries, managers, project managers, end users and customer service representatives.
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