eFoundation for Requirements Development and Management
If you currently develop and manage requirements, manage people who do, or plan to do either in the future, this course is for you. This course teaches essential requirements development and management skills in a flexible self-paced eLearning format. The curriculum is a series of eight self–paced courses that build the foundation you need to successfully develop and manage requirements for business projects and software products. You’ll learn how to develop and manage requirements, gain tips for eliciting and documenting requirements, discover how to use the EBG Requirements Roadmap to analyze requirements, and study the steps for adapting your requirements practices to your project.
- Learn key requirements development and management skills
- Discover the ways to elicit and document requirements
- Understand the fundamentals for using the Requirements Roadmap to analyze requirements
- Realize steps to adapt and improve requirements practices on your project
This curriculum is endorsed by the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA™) and it aligns with the knowledge areas within the International Institute of Business Analysis's (IIBA) Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK®). A detailed cross-reference guide allows reference to the IIBA BABOK® Knowledge Areas Techniques and Tasks. You’ll earn 24 CDUs (Continuing Development Units) for completing this curriculum.
Who will benefit from this course?
It is appropriate for anyone who needs a solid foundation in the basics of requirements to drive success, including business analysts, developers, project leads/managers, product owners, subject matter experts and testing/QA staff.
8–12 hours (depending on learner experience and familiarity)
This curriculum qualifies for 24 PDs (Professional Development hours) for initial certification or 24 CDUs (Continuing Development Units) for re-certification.
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