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Requirements Specification Course: How to Write Great Requirements

The Step by Step Course To Learn How to Write Great Requirements

This is the only course where you will learn from IREB Certified Experts with 20+ years of experience, combining both best practice and theory.
This course includes:

1 Downloadable resource

1 Year full access

Access on Mobile

Certificate of completion

Why Top Leading Industry Organizations Choose Visure’s Course Trainings

Throughout this course, you will gain access to the best up-to-date practices with industry specific examples.

Courses-Video On Demand

3+ Hours On-Demand Video


Exam & Certificate of Completion


Course Students Eligible for IIBA CDUs


Trained Over 1,000+ Students

AI Requirements

What You'll Learn

How to implement the best practices, methods, and techniques for Writing Great Requirements

How you can avoid fatal mistakes when writing Great Quality Requirements

How to select and implement all the Requirements Specification Methods

How to Write Great Requirements & Specifications

How to Automate Your Requirements Quality Analysis Process

and so much more!

Course Content

This is exactly what you will learn throughout the Requirements Specification Course.

6 sections • 17 lectures • 3.5 hours total length
1 lecture
About this Course 04:52
Module #1: Why do we need Requirements Engineering
1 lecture
Intro to Requirements Engineering 04:10
Learning doc
Module #2: Requirement Specification Methods
3 lectures
Functional Vs Non-Functional Requirements 17:33
Using Requirements Specification Tempaltes 17:50
Language Methods: Making Requirements Understandable 7:40
Module #3: How to Write Great Requirements
9 lectures
Making Requirements Clear 5:29
Making Requirements Atomic 9:25
Making Requirements Non-ambiguos 10:39
Making Requirements Verifiable 9:05
Making Requirements Necessary 8:56
Making Requirements Design Independent 8:05
Making Requirements Feasible 6:14
Making Requirements Complete 7:18
Making Requirements Correct 3:39
Module #4: How to Write Great Specifications
2 lectures
Writing Great Specifications- Part 1 11:40
Writing Great Specifications- Part 2 9:01
Module #5: How to Automate Requirements Quality
1 lecture
Automating Your Requirements Quality 9:51
Who Is This Course For?

This course is designed for professionals who have to read and write requirements, and teams building complex products and systems in regulated industries.

Courses-Functional Business Analiyst

Functional & Business Analysts

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Systems Engineers

Projects Managers

Project Managers

Courses-development Engineers

Development Engineers

Courses-Quality Managers

Quality Managers

Courses-Methodology Managers

Methodology Managers

Requirements Specification Course: How to Write Great Requirements

This course includes:

Requirements Specification Course

(Value of $1,500)

1 Download resource

(Value of $50)

Certificate of Completion

(Value of $450)

BONUS: Early Access to Requirements Engineering Methodology Courses

(Value of $150)

BONUS: Lifetime access to Member Portal: Exclusive Resources, Whitepapers & Events

(Value of $500)


(Value of $2,650)

Value Pricing is based on the 1 On 1 Corporate Trainings that Visure Engineer Experts Offer

1,000+ Highly Regulated Organizations Trust Visure

What Top Industry Professionals Say About Our Courses

Elena Perez RodriguezSystem Engineer, Lidax Edit Top
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“Visure Requirements ALM Platform really simplified the project traceability and impact analysis process, that used to be very time consuming before Visure.”
David WarwickSoftware Group Lead
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“Visure Requirements ALM removes the administrative overhead of keeping multiple Word/Excel documents up to date, while maintaining a flexible approach which fits with our existing ISO processes.”
Michael D.System Engineering- Aerospace Industry
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“Visure tools helped identify deficiencies in our traceability from using traditional spreadsheets for a mission critical customer.”
Reza MadjidiConsuNova- CEO
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“The quicker the developer can demonstrate the proof of the completed reviews, the more credibility they show to the certification authorities such as FAA and EASA.”


Great question! Yes, this course is ideal for students who are aiming to join Global organizations building complex products and systems.

Once you complete the course and take the certification exam, you’ll receive a certification exam. You can present that certification exam to the IIBA to get CDUs credited towards the IIBA certification.

IREB stands for International Requirements Engineering Board – a non-profit organization, who’s provider of the CPRE (Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering) certification scheme.

The CPRE by IREB® is a certification for everyone involved professionally with Requirements Engineering, Business Analysis and software and systems development.

Great question! Yes, we do provide corporate trainings to organizations of any level. For more information, please visit our Contact Us Page or email us at

Once you complete the mini exams of each module within the course, you’ll be able to access the certification exam.

In order to pass the exam, you need a score greater than 70. If the score is reached, a certification will be generated by with your name and also registered within our database for validation.

We accept all payment methods, including:

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • AMEX

Great question! If you’re not satisfied with the course training and content, we will provide a full refund upon request. NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

Terms & Conditions Apply.

Great question! You will gain full access to the course and all the resources available for an entire year from the date you registered.


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Fernando Valera

CTO, Visure Solutions

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Reza Madjidi

CEO, ConsuNova Inc.

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