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BCS Requirements Engineering training courses

BCS Certificate in Requirements Engineering.

Master requirements engineering techniques with our BCS accredited course. Perfect for enhancing your skills in defining and managing stakeholder requirements, book your place now.

Certified by BCS
Manual: (Instructor-led only)
Duration: Instructor-led: 3 days; Self-paced: 16 hours

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BCS Requirements Engineering training courses- benefits

Requirements Engineering certificate benefits

The benefits of gaining the BCS Practitioner certificate in Requirements Engineering are:

  • You will learn how to take a disciplined and rigorous approach to defining your business requirements
  • You will develop a set of practices and processes you can use to identify requirements at work
  • You will learn how to draw out information and requirements from your key business stakeholders
  • You can increase your confidence when eliciting requirements as a business analyst
  • You can boost your recognition within your organisation as a business analyst
  • You can become a BCS Associate Member on gaining the certification and enjoy networking opportunities with over 70,000 professionals, as well as access to online resources
  • You can gain an internationally recognised certification, enabling you to take your your skills around the world
  • You can map your business analysis skills and identify your goals along your career path by following the SFIAplus industry-standard framework.
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BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering includes

Both the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering classroom training and online self-study course includes:

  • Requirements Engineering training courses and materials accredited by BCS
  • BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering exam preparation
  • BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering exam
  • BCS Business Analysis manual 3rd edition (classroom course only)
  • Sample Requirements Engineering exam
  • BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering when you pass the exam
  • 1-year associate membership from BCS (The Chartered Institute for IT) – terms and conditions apply.
BCS Requirements Engineering training courses- details

Training course details

Target audience for the BCS Requirements Engineering

A BCS Requirements Engineering course is suitable for business analysts, business managers and team members, business change managers, software development professionals, and project managers seeking continuing professional development (CPD), and employees wanting an understanding of business analysis techniques and best practices.

Enrol on this course if:

  • You are already performing a business analysis role and want to elicit, analyse, validate, document and manage requirements, or
  • You want to gain a professional business analysis qualification to boost your career.

Course times

BCS Requirements Engineering

  • Weekday courses (3 days): 9:30am – 5:30pm
  • Homework: 0.5 hours with 3-4 hours of reading prior to the course.

Self-study BCS Requirements Engineering online course

  • Self-study time required: 16 hours
  • Course access duration: 12 months.
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Requirements Engineering training course details

Learning outcomes

BCS Requirements Engineering training helps you learn how to take a systematic approach to eliciting, analysing, validating, documenting, and managing requirements.

It helps students learn:

  • An introduction to the requirements engineering process
  • The hierarchy of requirements
  • How to identify stakeholders in the requirements engineering process
  • How to elicit requirements
  • Modelling, designing and analysing requirements
  • Requirements management.

Requiremenets Engineering course curriculum

BCS Requirements Engineering

The BCS Requirements Engineering course covers all topics from the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Requirements Engineering syllabus.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Introduction to requirements engineering
  • Stakeholders in the requirements engineering process
  • Requirements elicitation
  • Requirements analysis
  • Requirements validation
  • Requirements documentation
  • Requirements management.
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Requirements Engineering self-paced online training

Learning technology

The Requirements Engineering online self-study course has been designed with the latest web technologies, so it works on Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android. It is fully responsive, so it fits any device and screen size – desktop, tablet and mobile. No browser plugins or installation files are required. An internet connection is required.

Best practice design

Like all our online courses, this Requirements Engineering course has been designed using the latest best practices in elearning.

Some competitors develop e-learning cheaply by simply filming a trainer in a classroom. We don’t think that’s a good way to help students learn, nor does it engage learners.

Our Requirements Engineering course is highly interactive, and exercises have been designed to aid a deeper level of understanding, leading to longer-lasting learning.

We are confident that our interactive Requirements Engineering elearning will help you gain a level of understanding so that you can sit your BCS Requirements Engineering exam with confidence.

Benefits of elearning

Online self-study is ideal for busy people. By self-studying online rather than in a classroom there are some key benefits:

  • Saves you time – you don’t need to travel to a course venue. You don’t even need to go to an exam centre because you can take your Requirements Engineering exam online too.
  • Saves you money – the price of our Requirements Engineering course is very competitive. It comes with an exam too, so there are no extra costs to you.
  • Flexible schedule – you can study where and when you want – you only require internet access.
  • Flexible delivery – you can study on any device. You can even study on your mobile whilst on the move, or in the coffee shop!
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BCS Requirements Engineering exam

BCS Requirements Engineering exams

The BCS Requirements Engineering examination is taken at the end of the last afternoon on a classroom course, or within one year of purchasing an online self-study training course.

  • Style: Multiple-choice
  • Questions: 40
  • Pass mark: 63% (25/40)
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Materials allowed: Closed-book
  • Prerequisites: None

FAQs - BCS Requirements Engineering

What is BCS Requirements Engineering?

BCS Requirements Engineering is a certification program that provides professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage and engineer requirements in various industries. This certification focuses on the principles and best practices of requirements engineering, ensuring certified individuals can significantly contribute to their projects and organizations.

Why is BCS Requirements Engineering important for projects?

BCS Requirements Engineering is crucial to project management as it ensures all project requirements are clearly defined and understood from the start. Proper requirements engineering reduces misunderstandings and risks, leading to higher success rates and more efficient resource use.

How does BCS Certification benefit professionals?

Obtaining a BCS Certification in Requirements Engineering offers numerous benefits to professionals. It enhances career paths by opening up more opportunities in project management and systems engineering roles. The certification provides structured training and professional development, helping individuals master the study materials and apply them effectively in real-world scenarios.

What training options are available for BCS requirements engineering?

Various training options are available for those interested in BCS requirements engineering. These include online training courses, virtual classrooms, and e-learning resources. Certification programs and workshops offer great opportunities for professional development. Knowledge Train provides quality training to enhance your understanding and skills in requirements engineering.

How to prepare for the BCS Requirements Engineering certification exam?

Preparing for the BCS Requirements Engineering certification exam requires a structured study plan and the use of multiple resources. E-learning courses, study guides, and practice exams help you understand the exam syllabus and requirements. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) and preparation tips are also very useful. Reviewing all certification requirements thoroughly can ensure you are well-prepared.

What career paths are available for certified requirements engineers?

Certified requirements engineers have various career paths available in business analysis, project management, and related fields. Continuous professional development allows for skill enhancement and career growth. The demand for skilled requirements engineers is high, and certification provides a significant competitive advantage. Career paths might include apprenticeships, leading to substantial advancement and diverse job roles.

What are the emerging trends in requirements engineering?

In the changing landscape of requirements engineering, several emerging trends are shaping the way we work:

  • Agile methodologies: The adoption of agile practices is increasing, emphasizing flexibility and collaboration.
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE): This trend involves using models to support the design and development of systems, improving precision and understanding.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML): AI and ML are being utilized to automate repetitive tasks, analyze data, and generate insights.
  • User-centered design: A focus on user experience is driving the need for more detailed and user-focused requirements.

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