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Online IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) Foundation Level Training

Since its inception, the CPRE Foundation Level certification has evolved to become the most achieved certificate in Requirements Engineering worldwide.

The main goal of the course is to prepare candidates for the IREB International Certification. Additionally, once the course has been completed, participants will have gained extensive knowledge of Requirements Engineering and the role of this discipline in the life-cycle of a project, regardless of the industry.



IREB CPRE Live Online Training

Visure Solutions, a worldwide certified training provider, with a student pass rate of over 84% in the exams, will be holding an IREB CPRE live online training session.

You can now stay at home while achieving your IREB Certification.


Topic:

Preparation for the IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) Foundation Level Exam

After the course, you will come out with practical knowledge of Requirements Engineering concepts and methods. You will learn good practices that are applicable to any field. There is a strong emphasis on applying, by means of practical exercises, thoroughly tested methods for the development, documentation and validation of requirements.


Pricing:

  • Training:
    • North American session: $ 1,990 / person
    • European sessions: 1,990 € / person

The price includes:

  • 4 Half-Days of Live Online Training
  • Training Course Material
  • Official IREB Book: Requirements Engineering Fundamentals: A Study Guide for the CPRE – Foundation Level
  • Exam Voucher: Voucher for official IREB CPRE test to be taken online at your earliest convenience within a period of three (3) months.


Dates / Times:



EUROPE:
September 28- October 1, 2020 – CEST Time


November 23-26, 2020 – CEST Time


Training Agenda:


Day I

North America: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT (San Francisco, Los Angeles)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

Europe: 10:00 – 15:00 CEST Time (Madrid, Paris, Berlin)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

  • Introduction and foundations: Many of the problems in the software development cycle have their origin in requirements engineering. This section highlights the important role of requirements engineering in software and systems development. It offers definitions for the most important terms in requirements engineering and provides fundamentals of communication theory and requirements types.
  • System and System Context: How to define the scope of the proposed system by clearly separating the relevant from the irrelevant aspects of the environment.
  • Requirements Elicitation: How to identify stakeholders and how to manage them. Introduction to different types of elicitation techniques and how and in which context they should be used.


Day II

North America: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT (San Francisco, Los Angeles)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

Europe: 10:00 – 15:00 CEST Time (Madrid, Paris, Berlin)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

  • Requirements Documentation: Importance of requirements documentation, basic rules, structure and quality criteria for requirements documents. Introduction to different types of requirements documents and the importance of a glossary.
  • Documentation of Requirements Using Natural Language: Effects of natural language and how to use templates to avoid the problems commonly associated with using prose to document requirements.


Day III

North America: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT (San Francisco, Los Angeles)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

Europe: 10:00 – 15:00 CEST Time (Madrid, Paris, Berlin)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

  • Model-based Documentation of Requirements: Documenting requirements with models; different types of models and how and when to use them.
  • Requirements Validation and Negotiation: How to ensure that the documented requirements meet the predetermined quality criteria such as correctness and agreement. Identifying conflicts between stakeholders and resolving them.


Day IV

North America: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT (San Francisco, Los Angeles)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

Europe: 10:00 – 15:00 CEST Time (Madrid, Paris, Berlin)
Including breaks and lunchtime (4h 30min)

  • Requirements Management: Assigning attributes to requirements, defining views on requirements, prioritizing requirements, and tracing requirements as well as versioning requirements and managing requirement changes. These techniques are applicable to individual requirements as well as complete requirements documents.
  • Tool Support: Tools are often used to support the requirements process. Discussion of different types of tools and how to evaluate and introduce them.

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